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Hungry caterpillars devour entire hedge

Hungry caterpillars devour entire hedge

02 September 2021

Asian Box moth caterpillars are running riot in Kent and destroying hedges and plants.

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Royal Mint unveils new 50p Winnie the Pooh coin worth £1,000

Royal Mint unveils new 50p Winnie the Pooh coin worth £1,000

02 September 2021

A new 50p collectable coin featuring Winnie the Pooh and Friends has been unveiled by The Royal Mint, including one with a very hefty price tag.

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Giant clock returned to Cathedral after three-year absence

Giant clock returned to Cathedral after three-year absence

27 August 2021

A huge clock has been reinstalled at Canterbury Cathedral following a three-year restoration project.

Ex-driver's love of buses takes interesting turn

Ex-driver's love of buses takes interesting turn

27 August 2021

A man whose dream to become a bus driver was dashed after a heart attack hopes a bus firm will recognise his talent for making remote-control buses.

'I've never seen anything like it - it just grew and grew'

'I've never seen anything like it - it just grew and grew'

26 August 2021

A woman is delighted after a giant sunflower sprang up in her garden - surviving slugs and brutal weather to reach more than twice her own height.

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How the extraordinary Houdini baffled Kent

How the extraordinary Houdini baffled Kent

24 August 2021

He is one of the most famous performers of all-time - but did you know Houdini brought his remarkable public stunts and shows to the county?

Driver's funny number plate pokes fun at M25 traffic woes

Driver's funny number plate pokes fun at M25 traffic woes

21 August 2021

A chauffeur is making light of the traffic nightmares motorists in a town suffer on a daily basis with a personalised number plate for his dog car.

Epic fail by uninsured driver on eve of test

Epic fail by uninsured driver on eve of test

19 August 2021

A learner driver has been slapped with a ticket for uninsured driving - the night before taking his test.

Town's first green carnival well received

Town's first green carnival well received

18 August 2021

A town's first all-pedestrian ‘green’ summer carnival parade took place at the weekend.

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'I should be able to shower for more than 60 seconds'

'I should be able to shower for more than 60 seconds'

18 August 2021

A woman who is disabled says she now has to go to her daughter's home to have a shower due to delays in fixing her wetroom.

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250 ants discovered in unopened box after eight months

250 ants discovered in unopened box after eight months

16 August 2021

Hundreds of ants found in small tubes in a box, which had been unopened for eight months, have now been rescued.

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Officers save man with chocolate and orange juice

Officers save man with chocolate and orange juice

15 August 2021

Police officers who found a diabetic cyclist drifting in and out of consciousness have been praised for saving him with chocolate and orange juice.

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Women bare bodies for fashion show with a difference

Women bare bodies for fashion show with a difference

15 August 2021

Instead of wearing dresses on the catwalk, a brave band of women painted their bodies to prove you can make an impact whatever your size or shape.

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Car gets stuck at sea

Car gets stuck at sea

14 August 2021

A driver has been left in deep water after their car was submerged at a Kent beach.

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Learner facing driving ban after police stop

Learner facing driving ban after police stop

09 August 2021

A learner driver is facing losing his licence after being pulled over by police in an uninsured car.

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'Incredibly rare' pine marten spotted in Kent garden

'Incredibly rare' pine marten spotted in Kent garden

09 August 2021

A pine marten has been sighted in a Kent seaside town, hundreds of miles away from its typical habitat of the Scottish Highlands.

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Kent castle put up for sale at £11m

Kent castle put up for sale at £11m

08 August 2021

A Grade I-listed castle - said to have once hosted Mick Jagger - has been put on the market.

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Remains of 2,000-year-old Roman temple to be unveiled

Remains of 2,000-year-old Roman temple to be unveiled

08 August 2021

The remains of a 2,000-year-old Roman temple that were discovered on a building site are set to be unveiled to the public.

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'Garish yellow lines ruining our prettiest streets'

'Garish yellow lines ruining our prettiest streets'

07 August 2021

A councillor is calling for bright yellow lines painted in an historic town, to be removed and replaced with subtler markings.

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Bizarre find inside giant chicken egg

Bizarre find inside giant chicken egg

04 August 2021

A family received a cracking surprise when they opened a ginormous chicken egg laid by their pet hen.

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