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Shadow Chancellor's fares demand

Shadow Chancellor's fares demand

03 September 2018

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell arrived in the county this morning to join rail campaigners protesting against hikes in ticket prices.

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Man cut free from car

Man cut free from car

02 September 2018

A man had to be rescued after his car rolled off a carriageway.

Celebrity chef restaurant open from today

Celebrity chef restaurant open from today

31 August 2018

A new Marco Pierre White restaurant has had its first customers.

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Kent's most picturesque towns revealed

Kent's most picturesque towns revealed

31 August 2018

Kent has more picturesque towns than anywhere else in the country, according to new research.

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Urgent action needed on Universal Credit, says Bishop

Urgent action needed on Universal Credit, says Bishop

31 August 2018

A high-ranking bishop has called on the Government to "fix" its controversial Universal Credit benefit system, amid a surge in demand at food banks.

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One small step for one giant growth

One small step for one giant growth

30 August 2018

Another 26 homes are earmarked for an area due to multiply by nearly four in a couple of decades.

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Warning after handbag thefts

Warning after handbag thefts

29 August 2018

Two bags, with cash and cards, were stolen from a pub's staff area

What did the Romans do for us?

What did the Romans do for us?

26 August 2018

New theories have emerged of Roman Britain when Kent was the industrial heartland.

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Fruity food fight with Kent ap-peel

Fruity food fight with Kent ap-peel

23 August 2018

Thrill seekers taking part in the world's biggest food fight might be splattered with tomatoes from Kent.

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Latest leap in docks development

Latest leap in docks development

17 August 2018

Work begins next year on a new marina for a docklands redevelopment.

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Battle to save surgery

Battle to save surgery

15 August 2018

Residents are fighting to stop the closure of their village surgery.

Eager beavers keep Kent alive

Eager beavers keep Kent alive

13 August 2018

The county's last surviving piece of fenland is being kept alive in a seriously unique way.

Declared open

Declared open

13 August 2018

This weekend saw the official opening of a new retail and leisure complex.

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Health groups placed in 'special measures'

Health groups placed in 'special measures'

07 August 2018

Four GP health organisations in east Kent have been placed in special measures after running up deficits of more than £30 million.

Smuggler brought in woman, teen and toddler

Smuggler brought in woman, teen and toddler

26 July 2018

A trucker was jailed after bringing three people into the UK hidden in his cab.

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Plans to dig up offshore sands given go-ahead

Plans to dig up offshore sands given go-ahead

26 July 2018

The government will allow unique shifting sands to be dredged, ending a long and bitter battle.

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'How the NHS saved my husband and son'

'How the NHS saved my husband and son'

25 July 2018

A woman, speaking on the NHS' 70th anniversary month, says it kept two of her family alive.

Reaching new heights

Reaching new heights

23 July 2018

Colourful climbing frames will be part of a new £26 million leisure centre.

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Menace of dive-bombing gulls

Menace of dive-bombing gulls

20 July 2018

Town centre seagulls are snatching food from children.

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Customers make Next move

Customers make Next move

17 July 2018

A new Next clothing store has welcomed its first customers in a major shopping complex.

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