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Police renew appeal for missing man last seen 8 days ago

Police renew appeal for missing man last seen 8 days ago

17 May 2024

Police have renewed an appeal to find a missing man last seen more than a week ago.

Green and Lib Dems agree power deal

Green and Lib Dems agree power deal

17 May 2024

A new coalition has been formed to run a borough council.

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‘Britain’s worst landlord’ narrowly avoids prison for harassing council staff again

‘Britain’s worst landlord’ narrowly avoids prison for harassing council staff again

17 May 2024

A millionaire dubbed “Britain’s worst landlord” has narrowly avoided prison after harassing council staff again.

‘Bring back the stats’: Protest over scrapping of ‘inspirational’ Parkrun records

‘Bring back the stats’: Protest over scrapping of ‘inspirational’ Parkrun records

17 May 2024

Runners staged a protest in a call to organisers of a free weekly run to reinstate controversially deleted data.

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‘I thought I would be living in a tent, but they have given me a second chance’

‘I thought I would be living in a tent, but they have given me a second chance’

17 May 2024

An ex-convict says she has been given a “second chance” after a plant project helped get a roof over her head.

Primary welcomes new head of school after death of previous head teacher

Primary welcomes new head of school after death of previous head teacher

17 May 2024

A primary school has welcomed a new head teacher three years after its previous head died from cancer.

Council puts skids under ‘drifting’ school after complaints of ‘screeching’ tyres

Council puts skids under ‘drifting’ school after complaints of ‘screeching’ tyres

17 May 2024

The petrolhead behind Kent’s first car ‘drifting’ school says he will continue to operate the new track - despite not having planning permission.

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Major gaffe sees candidate elected to council despite coming last

Major gaffe sees candidate elected to council despite coming last

17 May 2024

A mix-up has led to the wrong person taking a seat on a council and only a High Court order can remove them.

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Memorial for restaurant boss before he’s flown home

Memorial for restaurant boss before he’s flown home

17 May 2024

A memorial is being held for a beloved restaurant boss before he is flown back to Latvia.

‘First of its kind’ secure school for young offenders to open in Kent

‘First of its kind’ secure school for young offenders to open in Kent

16 May 2024

A secure school designed to turn around the lives of some of Britain’s most violent young offenders is set to open in Kent.

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‘They told me my daughter was fine – the next day she was dead’

‘They told me my daughter was fine – the next day she was dead’

16 May 2024

An NHS trust has admitted mistakes in the care of a six-year-old who died just days after being sent home from A&E.

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Retirement homes plan for former historic deer park

Retirement homes plan for former historic deer park

16 May 2024

A plan for retirement homes has been criticised with one person saying the increase in traffic could cause “untold misery and suffering”.

Historic country estate for sale at £4m

Historic country estate for sale at £4m

16 May 2024

A country estate with its own swimming pool, tennis courts and 82 acres of land is for sale.

Murder of ‘Britain’s worst ever paedophile’ could have been stopped, report finds

Murder of ‘Britain’s worst ever paedophile’ could have been stopped, report finds

16 May 2024

The murder of a sex offender branded “Britain’s worst paedophile” could have been stopped, an official report has concluded.

Castle's cafe plans dropped amid 'race track' crossing fears

Castle's cafe plans dropped amid 'race track' crossing fears

16 May 2024

Plans for cafe at a historic castle have been scrapped months after fears were raised over the project going ahead on town centre ‘race track’.

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The Kent Wetherspoon pub ranked second best in UK

The Kent Wetherspoon pub ranked second best in UK

16 May 2024

One of Kent’s Wetherspoon pubs has been listed as the second-best ‘Spoons’ in the country, according to new research.

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Hundreds join fight to reverse ‘lifeline’ bus cuts

Hundreds join fight to reverse ‘lifeline’ bus cuts

16 May 2024

Battle lines are being drawn as hundreds join the fight in a bid to reverse a decision to axe ‘lifeline’ bus services.

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kmfm most listened to commercial station in Kent

kmfm most listened to commercial station in Kent

16 May 2024

Kent radio station kmfm is celebrating becoming the most listened to commercial station in the county.

Shock £500k repair bill for closed historic Kent landmark

Shock £500k repair bill for closed historic Kent landmark

16 May 2024

The re-opening of one of Kent’s most historic gardens has been scuppered on safety grounds after the owners were landed with a shock £500k bill.

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UK’s first school skate park planned in Kent town

UK’s first school skate park planned in Kent town

16 May 2024

A secondary school has applied to build a skate park on its grounds to promote the growing sport and hopes of nurturing a future world champion.

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