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Heart-warming truth behind Polish 'love' signs

Heart-warming truth behind Polish 'love' signs

16 May 2022

The mystery over handwritten Polish signs put up across a town has been solved.

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'Rape was clearly on killer's mind', jury told

'Rape was clearly on killer's mind', jury told

16 May 2022

Jurors have heard Callum Wheeler - accused of murdering PCSO Julia James - was 'highly sexualised' and had rape 'plainly' on his mind.

'She really didn't deserve to go so young'

'She really didn't deserve to go so young'

16 May 2022

A fundraiser has been set up in memory of a young mum who died of an undiagnosed illness.

Teenager knocked off bike died of head injury

Teenager knocked off bike died of head injury

16 May 2022

A teenager who died after being knocked off his bicycle by a car died from a head injury, an inquest has heard.

Man bottled in face taken to hospital

Man bottled in face taken to hospital

16 May 2022

A man has been taken to hospital after being hit in the face with a bottle during a fight.

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NHS prescription charges to be frozen to help 'ease' cost of living

NHS prescription charges to be frozen to help 'ease' cost of living

16 May 2022

The cost of an NHS prescription is being frozen for 2022, the government has announced, which says it will help ease the cost of living.

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Harry Styles to read a Cbeebies Bedtime Story

Harry Styles to read a Cbeebies Bedtime Story

16 May 2022

Singer Harry Styles will take a tour break in favour of a sit down on the Cbeebies sofa later this month where he will read the Bedtime Story.

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Climate protesters force 'Russian oil tanker' to make U-turn

Climate protesters force 'Russian oil tanker' to make U-turn

16 May 2022

Climate protestors have been arrested after forcing a tanker carrying Russian diesel to do a U-turn in the Thames.

Eurovision: Can the UK avoid nil points in Turin?

Eurovision: Can the UK avoid nil points in Turin?

14 May 2022

It's back...the Eurovision Song Contest grand final is tonight but what hope does the UK entry have this year?

We tried going cash-only in Kent

We tried going cash-only in Kent

14 May 2022

Could you get by without paying for things via card or smartphone for a week? KentOnline put it to the test...

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Dad struck down by rare illness after Covid

Dad struck down by rare illness after Covid

13 May 2022

A "fit and healthy" man was left totally paralysed and unable to breathe after being struck down by a rare illness after he contracted Covid.

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Amazon van stolen in daylight robbery

Amazon van stolen in daylight robbery

13 May 2022

Police investigating the theft of an Amazon delivery van have released a CCTV image of a man.

Hopes 'perfectly healthy high street trees' could be saved from axe

Hopes 'perfectly healthy high street trees' could be saved from axe

13 May 2022

There is hope a controversial tree-felling plan for a Kent high street could be axed during the next stages of the planning process.

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The bowel cancer signs to know as Deborah James receives Damehood

The bowel cancer signs to know as Deborah James receives Damehood

13 May 2022

As cancer patient and campaigner Deborah James says she's stopping active treatment, what are the signs of bowel cancer to look out for?

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Huge 72-mile diversion for M2 weekend closure

Huge 72-mile diversion for M2 weekend closure

13 May 2022

A mammoth diversion is to be in place for this weekend's full M2 closure... with drivers being sent through Operation Brock on the M20.

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Tesco becomes latest supermarket to pull chicken from shelves

Tesco becomes latest supermarket to pull chicken from shelves

13 May 2022

Tesco is recalling cooked chicken products over salmonella fears, joining Waitrose, Aldi and Sainsbury's in asking customers to return items.

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Strong warning for asthma and hay fever sufferers as pollen levels rise

Strong warning for asthma and hay fever sufferers as pollen levels rise

13 May 2022

Pollen levels are expected to be high this weekend as temperatures rise, prompting a warning for sufferers, while a shortage of medicines continues.

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'Killer said Julia deserved to die'

'Killer said Julia deserved to die'

13 May 2022

A court has heard how a 22-year-old on trial for murder told custody staff he would return to a woods 'to rape and kill women' if released.

School's future 'in the balance' with housing estate plans

School's future 'in the balance' with housing estate plans

13 May 2022

A decision on plans to build a housing estate on school grounds in an attempt to ensure its survival will be decided next week.

Replacing port berth could now cost council £2.3m

Replacing port berth could now cost council £2.3m

12 May 2022

Controversial plans to replace a berth at a Kent port - which could cost more than £2 million - will be considered next week.

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