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New help for long Covid sufferers

New help for long Covid sufferers

14 May 2021

A new assessment service has been launched to assist those suffering with long-term symptoms following a Covid-19 infection.

Arrests made in crackdown on rural crime

Arrests made in crackdown on rural crime

14 May 2021

Police targeting crime in the countryside made arrests and recovered stolen property during a two-day operation.

Hospice marks 30 years of compassion in the community

Hospice marks 30 years of compassion in the community

14 May 2021

As a hospice enters it's third decade, we take a look back at its rich history, starting with the royal visit that put the charity on the map.

Megan McKenna to perform with Tom Jones at Kent gig

Megan McKenna to perform with Tom Jones at Kent gig

14 May 2021

Reality star Megan McKenna will be joining Sir Tom Jones as he performs in Kent later this year.

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New classrooms for those struggling with school

New classrooms for those struggling with school

14 May 2021

A school's expansion will offer specialist help to more pupils who find life in large classrooms too tough and have battled with their GCSEs.

Welcome back inside

Welcome back inside

14 May 2021

Kent's attractions are ready to welcome visitors inside again next week. From castles to clip 'n' climb centres and cinemas, here's what's reopening.

Missing teen found safe and well

Missing teen found safe and well

13 May 2021

A 16-year-old boy who had gone missing has been found safe and well.

Suspected county lines dealer due in court

Suspected county lines dealer due in court

13 May 2021

A suspected drug dealer arrested after police seized crack cocaine and heroin during a search is due to appear in court.

Meet county's fox rescuers

Meet county's fox rescuers

13 May 2021

The Fox Project began life 30 years ago and now treats more than 1,000 foxes every year.

'It was strange' - journalist's photo used on fake news site

'It was strange' - journalist's photo used on fake news site

13 May 2021

A journalist has spoken of how he felt when a picture of him was used without his permission as part of a fake news website ruse.

Time to think about summer holidays

Time to think about summer holidays

12 May 2021

A family caravan business has re-opened after lockdown with a third generation now in charge.

Social worker writes book to help bereaved children

Social worker writes book to help bereaved children

11 May 2021

As the UK marks Dying Matters Awareness Week, a hospice social worker has written a book to help children understand their feelings of bereavement.

It's in the bag!

It's in the bag!

11 May 2021

Rain could not deter a community's determined litter-pickers.

Police hunt girl's attacker

Police hunt girl's attacker

11 May 2021

Officers want to hear from anyone who saw the man in black.

Ward boundary review under way

Ward boundary review under way

11 May 2021

It looks likely that the number of councillors in a local authority borough will be cut by around a fifth at the next election.

Paddle boarding business opens on unexplored stretch of river

Paddle boarding business opens on unexplored stretch of river

11 May 2021

A new paddle boarding community designed to bring physical and mental health benefits to those looking to learn a new skill has arrived in Kent.

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'Most tragic case' of grieving mum's suicide

'Most tragic case' of grieving mum's suicide

10 May 2021

A coroner has described a mother's death as a "most tragic case" after hearing about people close to her who she had loved and lost.

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Oh for another year of National Service!

Oh for another year of National Service!

10 May 2021

A former soldier recalls 'taxi dancers', spicy food and nights out while serving his country in Singapore in the 1950s.

'It gives men somewhere to open up'

'It gives men somewhere to open up'

10 May 2021

At the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, we speak to a man who has set up a group where men can share their struggles.

'The girls had their last day without knowing it'

'The girls had their last day without knowing it'

09 May 2021

Parents have told of pupils' upset at having their last day at school without realising, after term ended unexpectedly early.

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