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'We say we are more than football and we really are'

'We say we are more than football and we really are'

28 May 2021

Men aiming to shed the pounds can take part in a unique football league which is expanding in Kent with another league on the way next month.

Elderly were 'lied to' over shielding says care chief

Elderly were 'lied to' over shielding says care chief

27 May 2021

The government failed over protecting elderly and vulnerable people during the pandemic says National Care Association chief.

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Hospital staff must pay £10 a day as free parking scrapped

Hospital staff must pay £10 a day as free parking scrapped

26 May 2021

A campaign to bring back free parking for all hospital staff has been backed by more than 1,400 supporters.

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Choirs devastated at last-minute rule change

Choirs devastated at last-minute rule change

26 May 2021

Singing groups have hit-out at tough new coronavirus rules, which they say were unexpectedly brought in by the government without warning.

The Parkrun venues in Kent still waiting for green light

The Parkrun venues in Kent still waiting for green light

25 May 2021

A number of Parkruns in the county are yet to be given permission to restart despite pressure from the government on landowners to allow them to.

Pupils tested as Indian strain found at Kent school

Pupils tested as Indian strain found at Kent school

25 May 2021

Targeted Covid-19 testing is taking place at a Kent school after a case of the so-called 'Indian strain' was detected.

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'Of course we are concerned'

'Of course we are concerned'

25 May 2021

A council leader says the emergence of a new Covid-19 strain, albeit at a small rate, in the town was 'concerning' and urged residents to be vigilant.

Vaccine walk-in clinic to open and hospital slots cancelled

Vaccine walk-in clinic to open and hospital slots cancelled

25 May 2021

A walk-in Covid vaccine clinic will open this weekend for patients yet to have their first dose as those with slots at a hospital are told to rebook.

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Police investigate hospital trust over baby deaths

Police investigate hospital trust over baby deaths

24 May 2021

Detectives are examining whether to launch a criminal investigation into the baby death scandal at troubled health trust.

Sleep pods to help medics

Sleep pods to help medics

24 May 2021

Exhausted hospital staff are now able to make use of new technology to grab a power nap on breaks or a sleep at the end of their shift.

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'It's changed him a lot. He has forgotten how to smile'

'It's changed him a lot. He has forgotten how to smile'

21 May 2021

A step-son will jump out of a plane from 12,000ft to raise money for the hospital treating his step-dad still recovering from long Covid.

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Just one hospital in Kent now treating Covid patients

Just one hospital in Kent now treating Covid patients

21 May 2021

Just one hospital in Kent is now treating people with coronavirus as the county's biggest trust becomes 'Covid-free' for the first time in 14 months.

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One million first doses given out in Kent

One million first doses given out in Kent

20 May 2021

Covid cases drop again and more than one million people in Kent have now received a first dose of the vaccine.

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How did nuclear fallout affect our soldiers' families?

How did nuclear fallout affect our soldiers' families?

18 May 2021

Wives and children of service veterans involved in Britain's H-bomb tests are invited to take part in a new health study.

GP faked records to cover up cancer miss

GP faked records to cover up cancer miss

18 May 2021

A doctor who falsified a patient's records after learning they had been diagnosed with cancer after failing to refer them has been struck off.

People aged 36 and 37 to be invited for vaccine

People aged 36 and 37 to be invited for vaccine

17 May 2021

As the NHS continues the roll-out of its Covid vaccination programme, people aged 36 and 37 are to be invited to book their jabs this week.

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Toy shop extends its Quiet Hour

Toy shop extends its Quiet Hour

17 May 2021

A toy store is extending its Quiet Hour initiative to create a calmer shopping experience for customers, including those with autism.

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Is Indian Covid strain taking hold in Kent?

Is Indian Covid strain taking hold in Kent?

17 May 2021

Up to 20 cases of the Indian Covid variant have been detected in Kent in a week - with one district recording the highest number in the south east.

Kent fundraisers' life-saving help for India

Kent fundraisers' life-saving help for India

17 May 2021

Vital equipment will be flown to Covid-ravaged India this week after an appeal target was smashed following a massive response.

Could you foster a child in need?

Could you foster a child in need?

17 May 2021

Foster carers are needed now more than ever as the pandemic lead to more referrals for children needing safe, secure homes.

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