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Why YouTube ‘auditors’ targeting Kent firms are going viral

Why YouTube ‘auditors’ targeting Kent firms are going viral

21 February 2024

So-called ‘auditors’ are a big hit on YouTube – frequently antagonising security guards and police – and we spoke to one to find out why they do it.

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‘I can see why it’s the fastest-growing sport in the country!’

‘I can see why it’s the fastest-growing sport in the country!’

18 February 2024

It’s been billed as a more social and accessible version of tennis but does Padel live up to the hype? KentOnline went courtside to find out.

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‘M&S’s Valentine's Day meal deal was twice the price of Asda - but was it worth the money?’

‘M&S’s Valentine's Day meal deal was twice the price of Asda - but was it worth the money?’

14 February 2024

We compared one of the more expensive Valentine’s Day meal deals with a cheaper option to see if you can really put a price on love.

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‘How our dads created Bagpuss in a disused Kent cow shed’

‘How our dads created Bagpuss in a disused Kent cow shed’

12 February 2024

We spoke to the children of Bagpuss’ creators as today marks the 50th anniversary of the iconic cat hitting our TV screens.

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'It's a ghost town - we need a Primark'

'It's a ghost town - we need a Primark'

11 February 2024

One in three residents are calling for Primark to open in a Kent “ghost town” – as shoppers hit out at a lack of variety on their high street.

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‘We raved in the Nave at Canterbury Cathedral and it was a surreal night out’

‘We raved in the Nave at Canterbury Cathedral and it was a surreal night out’

09 February 2024

The controversial silent discos being held at Canterbury Cathedral have made headlines all over the world. KentOnline joined the ravers last night...

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‘We spend our days trawling sickening images to put paedophiles behind bars’

‘We spend our days trawling sickening images to put paedophiles behind bars’

07 February 2024

We go inside the police unit tasked with hunting those who fuel the demand for sickening child sexual abuse images - and identifying the victims.

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DFLs galore! Why and where Kent’s population is rising the most

DFLs galore! Why and where Kent’s population is rising the most

04 February 2024

Look at all the new homes being built and you’d assume the county’s population was rocketing. The truth, however, may surprise you...

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‘This place isn’t the Wild West people think it is...’

‘This place isn’t the Wild West people think it is...’

03 February 2024

We went on a mission to discover the truth about a deprived area that’s been the butt of jokes for decades.

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‘I knew chances of winning The Apprentice were slim – but my business boomed’

‘I knew chances of winning The Apprentice were slim – but my business boomed’

01 February 2024

Making history in an all-female semi-final and losing out over a paper skeleton, we speak to two former Apprentice candidates ahead of the new series.

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The Kent woman who created a children’s classic still loved today

The Kent woman who created a children’s classic still loved today

28 January 2024

150 years ago a woman was born in Kent who would go on to create one of the most iconic children’s characters.

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We tried the Kent bowling alley branded ‘worst in the UK’

We tried the Kent bowling alley branded ‘worst in the UK’

28 January 2024

A “health hazard”, “simply dreadful”, “dire” and “an embarrassment” – surely this bowling alley couldn’t be as bad as the Tripadvisor reviews claim.

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‘Wet T-shirts and smoking indoors - Kent nights out were different in the 80s and 90s’

‘Wet T-shirts and smoking indoors - Kent nights out were different in the 80s and 90s’

28 January 2024

There were some “electrifying” nights out in Kent back in the 1980s and 1990s, when people could still smoke indoors and celebrities came to town.

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Can trendy new Kent bar really beat a night out in London?

Can trendy new Kent bar really beat a night out in London?

27 January 2024

We tried out a trendy new bar aiming to bring a slice of London nightlife to Kent.

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How more than 400 Kent breweries disappeared

How more than 400 Kent breweries disappeared

25 January 2024

Kent’s brewing history is a tale of an incessant march towards just a few big names as countless independent breweries were lost.

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‘Farage could return’ as party’s support surges in Kent

‘Farage could return’ as party’s support surges in Kent

24 January 2024

Polls show the Reform Party is growing in support in most Kent seats – and its leader says: “People are not laughing at us now.”

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‘We thought phone rules would spark rebellion – but now pupils talk to each other!’

‘We thought phone rules would spark rebellion – but now pupils talk to each other!’

24 January 2024

Even pupils admit life at school has improved after teachers started locking away phones in pouches.

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Where is Kent's 'green belt' and will it be built on?

Where is Kent's 'green belt' and will it be built on?

22 January 2024

While some districts are 93% green belt land, others have none at all. Here, we explain what it could mean for housebuilding where you live.

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‘I lost £50,000 to a scam but I’m stronger now for it’

‘I lost £50,000 to a scam but I’m stronger now for it’

21 January 2024

A successful businesswoman whose livelihood was snatched away in a sophisticated £50,000 scam has lifted the lid on her ordeal.

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‘I’m 100, still driving and have no intention of stopping’

‘I’m 100, still driving and have no intention of stopping’

21 January 2024

A 100-year-old says he still loves driving – even though potholes on Kent’s roads are “worse than ever” and modern-day motorists have “no manners”.

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