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The Kent pub so popular it's having an extension

The Kent pub so popular it's having an extension

21 November 2019

A bar bucking the national trend of decline is so popular it has been given planning consent for an extension.

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Protesters storm council meeting about crime

Protesters storm council meeting about crime

21 November 2019

Kent's police and crime commissioner and councillors have been moved to a secure room after campaigners burst into a meeting.

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John Lewis store targeted by robbers

John Lewis store targeted by robbers

21 November 2019

Three robbers escaped with smartphones after threatening to harm staff.

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Estate's newest residents are bright and feathered

Estate's newest residents are bright and feathered

21 November 2019

Peacocks have been pictured roaming around a new housing estate - but residents aren't alarmed.

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'I drove 60 miles for Haribo'

'I drove 60 miles for Haribo'

21 November 2019

One eager sweet fan did more than most to be one of the first shoppers at Haribo.

First Haribo store in Kent opens

First Haribo store in Kent opens

21 November 2019

Customers have spent the morning queuing outside the county's first Haribo sweet shop.

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UK's loneliest cat faces second Christmas in care

UK's loneliest cat faces second Christmas in care

21 November 2019

Toby watched all his former moggy mates get re-homed - but he was left behind.

'Eye-watering' £100m loan for garden town is approved

'Eye-watering' £100m loan for garden town is approved

21 November 2019

Councillors have agreed to borrow a staggering £100m in order to proceed with a proposed new garden town.

'Asbestos at Woolworths gave gran terminal lung cancer'

'Asbestos at Woolworths gave gran terminal lung cancer'

21 November 2019

A daughter is searching for her mother's old shop colleagues after she died from terminal lung cancer.

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Can you be-leaf it?

Can you be-leaf it?

21 November 2019

Here's how drivers have been deliberately parking on double yellow lines outside a school and getting away with it.

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Ex City high-flier now living in bus shelter

Ex City high-flier now living in bus shelter

21 November 2019

The plight of a rough sleeper who used to mix with royalty has captured the hearts of residents.

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'The conflict is insane'

'The conflict is insane'

21 November 2019

An exchange student from Kent has shunned advice to fly home from Hong Kong despite her university campus being "destroyed".

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Town could sell £20m Magna Carta copy

Town could sell £20m Magna Carta copy

21 November 2019

A 700-year-old artefact described as a town's 'birthright' could be sold off by the council - with an estimated price tag of £20 million.

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Convicted paedophile found heavily decomposed

Convicted paedophile found heavily decomposed

20 November 2019

A convicted paedophile who lived as a recluse was found heavily decomposed after a community warden raised the alarm.

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'He was loved but just couldn't see it'

'He was loved but just couldn't see it'

20 November 2019

A family has vowed to improve mental health services after the tragic death of their 'Tommy Boy'.

Ben West reveals why he asked THAT question in Corbyn-Johnson debate

Ben West reveals why he asked THAT question in Corbyn-Johnson debate

20 November 2019

A charity founder has explained why he asked the country's would be PMs what gifts they would buy one another.

Air ambulance sent to incident near railway station

Air ambulance sent to incident near railway station

20 November 2019

Emergency services including the air ambulance have been called to an incident near a railway station.

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CCTV appeal after suitcase swiped during epileptic seizure

CCTV appeal after suitcase swiped during epileptic seizure

20 November 2019

Police have released images of a woman they are trying to trace after a cruel thief swiped a suitcase from an epileptic 32-year-old.

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Centre for people with disabilities to close

Centre for people with disabilities to close

20 November 2019

A facility which provides activity sessions and day trips for the disabled will close due to a lack of demand.

Parents with mental health conditions 'scared' of social services, says mum

Parents with mental health conditions 'scared' of social services, says mum

20 November 2019

A mum who lost her children to social services has spoken of her heartbreak.

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