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Funding boost for key junction

Funding boost for key junction

05 July 2020

Kent County Council is preparing to stump up hundreds of thousands to help fund a project which will see a busy route upgraded.

'Brown paper packages' slur lands top Tory in trouble

'Brown paper packages' slur lands top Tory in trouble

04 July 2020

Senior councillor 'slanders cabinet and maligns the future king of England' in stormy video debate.

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Care home to replace Volvo garage

Care home to replace Volvo garage

03 July 2020

A car showroom will be demolished to make way for a 75-bed nursing home.

Fate of former car showroom yet to be decided

Fate of former car showroom yet to be decided

03 July 2020

The decision as to whether a huge 1930s building in a town centre can be converted into flats has been deferred.

Number who became British in Kent last year revealed

Number who became British in Kent last year revealed

03 July 2020

With the number of people gaining British citizenship slowly growing, many applicants this year feel left in limbo due to lockdown.

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Police investigation launched into pride flag fiasco

Police investigation launched into pride flag fiasco

02 July 2020

A police investigation has been launched into the latest twist in a row over a pride flag.

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'It's downright disrespectful to be mocked and laughed at'

'It's downright disrespectful to be mocked and laughed at'

02 July 2020

The owner of a beauty salon feels the industry is being "ignored and disregarded" by politicians.

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Nightclub fears showroom flats will lead to noise complaints

Nightclub fears showroom flats will lead to noise complaints

02 July 2020

Plans to turn an empty town centre car showroom into homes will be debated this evening - with two night spots worried about the plans.

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New child domestic abuse law welcomed

New child domestic abuse law welcomed

01 July 2020

Children can now be deemed domestic abuse victims, allowing greater sentencing powers.

Library opening dates revealed

Library opening dates revealed

01 July 2020

The council has announced when 12 Kent libraries will re-open to the public.

The £60m cost of Covid

The £60m cost of Covid

01 July 2020

The cost of Covid-19 is set to soar to almost £60 million with discussions due to be held about how it will affect taxpayers and council services.

Thanet Way set for £4.4m overhaul

Thanet Way set for £4.4m overhaul

30 June 2020

A project to reconstruct the deteriorating surface of major Kent road has been given the green light thanks to a major cash boost from the government.

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Plans for 2,500-home development revealed

Plans for 2,500-home development revealed

30 June 2020

A scheme which could see thousands of homes built on about 500 acres have been shown in a public exhibition for the first time.

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New wards planned in boundary review

New wards planned in boundary review

30 June 2020

Plans to change the ward boundaries in Medway have been put forward for you to have your say on.

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Parents fined for school absence next term

Parents fined for school absence next term

29 June 2020

The government has been criticised after saying parents will be fined for school non-attendance from September.

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Families earning £60k could qualify for social housing

Families earning £60k could qualify for social housing

27 June 2020

A borough council is proposing a major shake-up of its housing register.

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Support floods in for Kent MP after cancer diagnosis

Support floods in for Kent MP after cancer diagnosis

26 June 2020

Politicians and constituents alike have expressed their support for a Kent MP who revealed she has breast cancer.

Controversial development turned down once more

Controversial development turned down once more

25 June 2020

A planning saga continue as councillors defied advice and rejected a development for 421 homes.

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MP criticises council over vaping ban 'hypocrisy'

MP criticises council over vaping ban 'hypocrisy'

25 June 2020

An MP has hit out over a ban that allows councillors to continue to vape inside council buildings - but no-one else.

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Opposition builds against homes plans

Opposition builds against homes plans

25 June 2020

Residents and environmental groups are demanding more answers before plans for homes are considered.

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