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Pro MMA fighter's bold vision for seafront sports complex

Pro MMA fighter's bold vision for seafront sports complex

08 July 2020

A mixed martial arts fighter is on a mission to breathe new life into the seafront with plans for a huge community sports hub.

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'You're putting key workers' jobs at risk'

'You're putting key workers' jobs at risk'

07 July 2020

Health workers have criticised the county council for cutting a scheme that supports people after being discharged from hospital.

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CEO to 'Go the Distance' in charity marathon

CEO to 'Go the Distance' in charity marathon

07 July 2020

The chief executive of an NHS trust is preparing for a 26-mile challenge between hospitals to raise money for and say thank-you to his staff.

Don't fear visit to GP

Don't fear visit to GP

07 July 2020

A GP is urging people not to delay a call to their surgery if they have any concerns about their health.

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Abortions increase by 21% in less than 10 years

Abortions increase by 21% in less than 10 years

06 July 2020

More women in the county are having abortions than ever before, with the biggest rise coming among those aged 25 to 29, new figures show.

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Around 1,000 skincare patients need seeing urgently

Around 1,000 skincare patients need seeing urgently

06 July 2020

A healthcare provider's contract has been suspended after it was found long waiting times placed skin cancer patients at risk.

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Hospitals returning to normal

Hospitals returning to normal

06 July 2020

Two hospitals are running full services from this week, after a dramatic drop in coronavirus patients.

'I arrived as pandemic was peaking and volunteers fled'

'I arrived as pandemic was peaking and volunteers fled'

06 July 2020

As Covid-19 cases soared and volunteers left Calais “en masse”, a 21-year-old woman from Kent was just on her way to the migrant camps...

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Inside new GP surgery for 15,000 patients

Inside new GP surgery for 15,000 patients

05 July 2020

Newly released CGIs give a glimpse inside a GP surgery which will cater for 15,000 patients when it opens later this year.

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Family awarded £20m over oxygen-starved child

Family awarded £20m over oxygen-starved child

03 July 2020

Parents of a severely disabled girl have been handed a multi-million pound compensation package, nine years after she was starved of oxygen at birth.

Pub openings is 'recipe for disaster'

Pub openings is 'recipe for disaster'

01 July 2020

A behavioural scientist believes social distancing during Saturday's re-openings will be 'impossible'.

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Leisure centre to close for a year

Leisure centre to close for a year

30 June 2020

A popular leisure centre will remain closed for a year as part of a £6.5m refurbishment.

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Health care provider could appeal closures

Health care provider could appeal closures

30 June 2020

A company that provides healthcare to 11,000 people could appeal the decision to close three of its branches.

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Health boss plays down virus spike concerns

Health boss plays down virus spike concerns

30 June 2020

A health boss has spoken out against rumours that an area could see a large spike in cases.

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MP fears beach 'morons' will spark second lockdown

MP fears beach 'morons' will spark second lockdown

30 June 2020

A "moronic minority" of beachgoers risk a second Covid-19 lockdown being enforced, according to a worried MP.

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Charity launches online sessions

Charity launches online sessions

30 June 2020

An organisation dedicated to helping older people has started to roll out activity classes on Zoom.

'Local lockdown would be catastrophic'

'Local lockdown would be catastrophic'

29 June 2020

People living in a town with the second highest coronavirus infection rate in the country are being asked to 'be sensible' this weekend.

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Panel to discuss findings of baby death probe

Panel to discuss findings of baby death probe

29 June 2020

Experts investigating maternity services following a number of baby deaths at a hospital trust will meet to discuss their initial findings.

New Covid-19 cases lowest since lockdown began

New Covid-19 cases lowest since lockdown began

28 June 2020

Coronavirus cases in Kent have fallen to their lowest level since March at a time when packed beaches and pubs reopening spark fears of a second wave.

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Health centres closed 'to protect patients'

Health centres closed 'to protect patients'

27 June 2020

A health watchdog has closed three medical centres due to their poor performance.

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