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Pledge to monitor jams during £2m junction upgrade

Pledge to monitor jams during £2m junction upgrade

14 September 2021

Regular reviews of congestion caused by a major upgrade at the entrance to an industrial estate will be carried out, highways chiefs have promised.

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Forties festival is back

Forties festival is back

14 September 2021

A two-day vintage festival celebrating the fabulous '40s is back this weekend after a year's absence, with live music and displays.

'If I worked in Tesco, I wouldn’t have a glass of wine in the canteen'

'If I worked in Tesco, I wouldn’t have a glass of wine in the canteen'

13 September 2021

A Kent MP has called into question a Westminster drinking culture that she says sees colleagues 'reeking of booze' when voting.

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Work begins on game-changing park for towns' economy

Work begins on game-changing park for towns' economy

13 September 2021

Building is finally under way on a £15 million investment for a world-class business park aiming to attract leading technology and science firms.

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Drive-in cinema plan turned down

Drive-in cinema plan turned down

13 September 2021

Plans to open a drive-in cinema at a popular outlet centre have been rejected.

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Homes planned near new rail station

Homes planned near new rail station

13 September 2021

A developer is hoping to build new homes near the site of a a proposed multi-million pound railway station.

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Shopping centre on horse campaign route

Shopping centre on horse campaign route

13 September 2021

More than 20 horses and ponies will take part in a special awareness walk around one of the county's most popular shopping centres.

New flats for town centre site

New flats for town centre site

13 September 2021

The next step towards completing a town centre development is under way with plans for 45 affordable flats beside a former car park.

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Concern grows for missing girl

Concern grows for missing girl

13 September 2021

A teenage girl has been reported missing as police say they are growing increasingly concerned for her wellbeing.

Traffic hell: Roadworks cause misery for Medway motorists

Traffic hell: Roadworks cause misery for Medway motorists

13 September 2021

Motorists are facing long delays as work starts on a major junction upgrade to ease congestion on one of Kent's biggest industrial estates.

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Motorway service station under fire over 'unfair' parking tickets

Motorway service station under fire over 'unfair' parking tickets

13 September 2021

A service station on the M2 says it will keep fining drivers who use the site as a short-cut, despite backing down in the latest challenge.

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Fire damaged pub to close 'until further notice'

Fire damaged pub to close 'until further notice'

12 September 2021

A pub and hotel will stay closed for longer than expected after fire triggered by a tumble dryer caused significant damage.

Pub closed after fire starts in tumble dryer

Pub closed after fire starts in tumble dryer

11 September 2021

A popular pub and hotel has been forced to close after four fire engines spent the night tackling a blaze caused by an electrical fault.

Bikers suffer serious injuries in estate collision

Bikers suffer serious injuries in estate collision

11 September 2021

Two men were rushed to hospital last night following a collision on one of the county's biggest trading estates.

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Redundant worker starts Scooter clothing stall

Redundant worker starts Scooter clothing stall

11 September 2021

A gran who lost her job during lockdown has started a stall specialising in scooter clothing.

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Firm under threat by development plans set to create 50 new jobs

Firm under threat by development plans set to create 50 new jobs

10 September 2021

A company which could be forced to leave Kent because of landowners' plans to redevelop on its riverside site secures £30m contract to supply HS2.

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'Kicked out for being drunk - but I actually have Parkinson's'

'Kicked out for being drunk - but I actually have Parkinson's'

10 September 2021

Initiative launched to help those with hidden disabilities as they continue to face discrimination.

Fun run through historic streets returns

Fun run through historic streets returns

10 September 2021

Hundreds of runners have been pounding through the historic streets of a Kent town tonight as a mile fun run and sporting festival returns.

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School-run woe goes on for residents

School-run woe goes on for residents

10 September 2021

It's a case of new term, same old problem for residents living near a top private school.

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Council thanks key workers 999 Day

Council thanks key workers 999 Day

10 September 2021

Emergency services and local organisations were celebrated for their work during the coronavirus pandemic.

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