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The quiet landslide that gave Labour a second term

The quiet landslide that gave Labour a second term

07 June 2021

Twenty years ago today voters in Kent headed to the polls and gave Labour a victory in seats they "thought we could never win.”

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Suspected rogue trader charged with fraud

Suspected rogue trader charged with fraud

04 June 2021

A suspected rogue trader is due to appear in court on suspicion of fraud charges related to alleged shoddy and unnecessary roof and chimney repairs.

Pupil's input was crucial for teacher's new book

Pupil's input was crucial for teacher's new book

03 June 2021

A former teacher says the input of pupils at a Kent school was invaluable in helping to write his fantasy novel.

Senior surgeon accused of fraud and forgery

Senior surgeon accused of fraud and forgery

03 June 2021

A senior surgeon has appeared in court to face allegations he "routinely inflated" fees for private medical procedures he carried out on patients.

Man appears in court accused of raping child

Man appears in court accused of raping child

02 June 2021

A man has been remanded in custody after appearing in court after he was charged with three counts of raping a child.

Missing man safely located

Missing man safely located

02 June 2021

Police searching for a missing person say he has been safely located following a public appeal.

CCTV to catch parents parking badly

CCTV to catch parents parking badly

02 June 2021

New cameras are set to be installed outside school gates to deter parents from driving and parking irresponsibly.

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Patients forced to rebook vaccines after two-hour queues form

Patients forced to rebook vaccines after two-hour queues form

01 June 2021

A mass vaccine centre has told some patients to rebook after exceptionally large queues began to form at the site.

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Man arrested on suspicion of raping child

Man arrested on suspicion of raping child

01 June 2021

A man has been arrested as part of an investigation into the alleged sexual assault of a child.

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First homes 'snapped up' at Garden City plot

First homes 'snapped up' at Garden City plot

01 June 2021

Developers behind plans for new homes at Kent's garden city say the first 100 properties have now been sold and proposals submitted for more.

Boost for businesses

Boost for businesses

01 June 2021

Firms are being offered the chance to apply for a grant to help them recover from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Fringe festival coming to town

Fringe festival coming to town

01 June 2021

Music, comedy and art will celebrate the Thames Estuary.

Miles of queues after crash and blocked Dartford Crossing

Miles of queues after crash and blocked Dartford Crossing

01 June 2021

A crash involving two cars on top of two other incidents, has caused delays at the Dartford Crossing leading to miles of queues.

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Drink-driving arrest after lorry crash

Drink-driving arrest after lorry crash

31 May 2021

A driver has been arrested after a lorry crash that left a road blocked and barriers damaged.

Search for missing woman ends in tragedy

Search for missing woman ends in tragedy

31 May 2021

A body has been found in the search for a missing 53-year-old woman who was last seen at her home.

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Vandals rip down fences at Stone Age site

Vandals rip down fences at Stone Age site

30 May 2021

Fences and metal gates have been damaged by vandals at a world famous heritage site where a 400,000-year-old caveman's skull was found.

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Detective made subordinates collect flooring and take iPhone to menders

Detective made subordinates collect flooring and take iPhone to menders

30 May 2021

A senior police officer who sent junior colleagues on 'personal errands' including collecting their iPhone during working hours has avoided dismissal.

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Two men charged after aggravated burglary

Two men charged after aggravated burglary

28 May 2021

Two men have appeared in court after a man and a woman were seriously injured in a burglary.

Virtual reality used for hospital safeguarding training

Virtual reality used for hospital safeguarding training

28 May 2021

A hospital trust is pioneering the use of virtual reality headsets to train staff to spot the signs of children suffering from abuse.

Company prosecuted for illegal use of water hydrant

Company prosecuted for illegal use of water hydrant

28 May 2021

A construction and maintenance firm has been prosecuted for illegally filling a tanker using a water hydrant

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