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School teachers send out SOS to their pupils

School teachers send out SOS to their pupils

19 April 2020

Teachers at a Kent primary school missed their pupils so they have recorded a special coronavirus lockdown version of the Abba hit SOS for them.

Dad battles lockdown gloom by dressing up as Stormtrooper

Dad battles lockdown gloom by dressing up as Stormtrooper

19 April 2020

A dad hopes he can force a smile during the coronavirus lockdown by marching through the streets dressed as an iconic Star Wars character.

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'By the end I think I'll be crawling'

'By the end I think I'll be crawling'

16 April 2020

Two determined dads are going to run, walk or crawl for 24 hours straight in their respective gardens, to raise money for the NHS.

NHS staff to get free lawn mows

NHS staff to get free lawn mows

16 April 2020

A gardening company is offering free grass-cutting services to NHS staff.

Sew kind of you!

Sew kind of you!

15 April 2020

Choir members have sewn hundreds of drawstring bags for NHS workers, in the hope they will reduce the spread of coronavirus.

How viral Kent satirist ended up on US chat show

How viral Kent satirist ended up on US chat show

15 April 2020

A comedian taking the internet by storm explains how he ended up a US chat show and why no politician is safe from his satire.

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Wildlife park videos residents in lockdown

Wildlife park videos residents in lockdown

13 April 2020

A Kent animal park is filming lockdown diaries with its inhabitants showing how work is continuing during the coronavirus pandemic.

Rapunzel and Easter Bunny visit village

Rapunzel and Easter Bunny visit village

13 April 2020

A married couple have been spreading Easter cheer with music and waving.

The journey behind the rhinestone jumpsuits and leather jackets

The journey behind the rhinestone jumpsuits and leather jackets

13 April 2020

From former police inspectors to ex reality TV stars, there are plenty of tribute acts in Kent. We peeped under the wigs to see what makes them sing.

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Police 'shingled out' as car stuck on beach

Police 'shingled out' as car stuck on beach

11 April 2020

Police officers had to be towed out of a shingle beach after their car became trapped while on patrol.

From coal to nuclear: Kent's historical power stations

From coal to nuclear: Kent's historical power stations

11 April 2020

The county has a rich history of generating energy, but how much do you know about its power plants?

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Running Spider Man spotted in village

Running Spider Man spotted in village

10 April 2020

A dad-of-two who dresses up as Spider Man for his daily run has become a hit with children stuck at home because of the coronavirus lockdown.

Archbishop to broadcast Easter service filmed in kitchen

Archbishop to broadcast Easter service filmed in kitchen

10 April 2020

As church services are suspended due to Covid-19, the Archbishop of Canterbury has recorded a poignant online service to be streamed on Easter Sunday.

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Cat sanctuary forced to deny link to Tiger King documentary

Cat sanctuary forced to deny link to Tiger King documentary

09 April 2020

A Kent wildlife park has had to deny any affiliation with a controversial big cat rescue centre which features in Netflix's Tiger King documentary.

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Road cordoned off after 'wartime bomb' found

Road cordoned off after 'wartime bomb' found

09 April 2020

The bomb squad was called in and a main road blocked off following reports of an unexploded wartime munition.

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Town's Roman history unearthed on TV tonight

Town's Roman history unearthed on TV tonight

09 April 2020

A street's Roman links will be explored in an archaeological programme this evening.

NHS graffiti tribute by 'Kent's Banksy'

NHS graffiti tribute by 'Kent's Banksy'

09 April 2020

An anonymous Kent street artist has sprayed a new piece dedicated to 'superhuman' medics fighting on the frontline of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The origins of Easter traditions explained

The origins of Easter traditions explained

09 April 2020

Ever wondered why we buy chocolate eggs? KentOnline has researched the roots of the most beloved Easter traditions.

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Spate of phone box thefts

Spate of phone box thefts

07 April 2020

Thieves have targeted a series of phone boxes across a town.

Police given treat for hard work

Police given treat for hard work

06 April 2020

Police have thanked the unknown donor of a sweet treat left on their car.

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