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Nessie swims south to guard 'bomb ship'

Nessie swims south to guard 'bomb ship'

01 April 2022

The Loch Ness Monster has swum south to study the SS Richard Montgomery 'bomb ship' and Second World War Maunsell sea forts off the Kent coast.

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Town split after pensioner fined £150 for feeding pigeons

Town split after pensioner fined £150 for feeding pigeons

30 March 2022

Is it right to feed wild pigeons in a town centre? Animal-lovers say 'yes' but shop-keepers want the practice banned.

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Police officer chases down suspected sex offender

Police officer chases down suspected sex offender

29 March 2022

A 29-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault - after being chased down by a police officer on foot.

Dozens of dead sharks wash up on beach

Dozens of dead sharks wash up on beach

24 March 2022

A number of dead dogfish have been found strewn across the shingle on a Kent beach.

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'Why I'm welcoming Ukrainian family to my home'

'Why I'm welcoming Ukrainian family to my home'

24 March 2022

A nurse is preparing to take a young mum and her four-year-old daughter into her home once they flee war-torn Ukraine.

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Carpenter finds snake hiding under roof tiles

Carpenter finds snake hiding under roof tiles

23 March 2022

Workmen renovating a town centre building came face-to-face with an unexpected slithery escapee – who now has a new identity and home.

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Police called out to 'alligator' on the loose

Police called out to 'alligator' on the loose

23 March 2022

Police were called after several people spotted an alligator by the side of a road.

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Pup abandoned in crate trains to become police dog

Pup abandoned in crate trains to become police dog

21 March 2022

A young cocker spaniel found dumped in a crate on a roadside with five other puppies is training to become a police sniffer dog.

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Historic rail track pulled up

Historic rail track pulled up

20 March 2022

A short piece of track has been removed to make a road safer, but not everyone in the community is happy about it.

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No music please, we're British

No music please, we're British

18 March 2022

County council bans 'music and noise' at Platinum Jubilee street parties in case it upsets the neighbours.

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Bomb ship film to be shown

Bomb ship film to be shown

18 March 2022

A film charting the sinking of the Second World War bomb ship SS Richard Montgomery is being shown to the public.

Historic clock tower on time for return

Historic clock tower on time for return

18 March 2022

Stunning photos show a 119-year-old coronation clock and tower is on time for its return to its town centre home in May after a major refurbishment.

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Sheppey witch accepts apology from Nicola Sturgeon

Sheppey witch accepts apology from Nicola Sturgeon

11 March 2022

Sheppey witch Charlotte Clark accepts Nicola Sturgeon's apology for the 1563 Witchcraft Act but says it's been 'a long time coming'.

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Baddiel tweet tackles Putin and Kent town all in one

Baddiel tweet tackles Putin and Kent town all in one

11 March 2022

Comic David Baddiel has taken a pot-shot at Putin in one of his latest tweets and has dragged Kent commuter town into the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.

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Much-loved village pub to reopen at last

Much-loved village pub to reopen at last

07 March 2022

A village pub that's been closed for 18 months prompting fears for its future is set to reopen featuring a fine dining restaurant.

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Four car parks put up for sale by council

Four car parks put up for sale by council

02 March 2022

Several city centre car parks are set to become housing after they were put up for sale by a council.

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Hollywood director transforms seafront into 'winter wonderland'

Hollywood director transforms seafront into 'winter wonderland'

02 March 2022

Footage has captured amazing scenes on a Kent seafront as filming takes place for a new Hollywood film directed by and starring Oscar winners.

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Man 'tried to hide from police behind tree'

Man 'tried to hide from police behind tree'

01 March 2022

A man has been arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft - after allegedly hiding behind a tree in an attempt to evade police.

Kent town to host World Cup

Kent town to host World Cup

24 February 2022

A World Cup is coming home to a Kent town, near to where the sport began, after beating off competition from Brazil and Greece.

Bungling fly-tipper blames tip booking system

Bungling fly-tipper blames tip booking system

22 February 2022

A man caught fly-tipping on CCTV complained that he had to book a slot at the local tip.

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