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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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Lonely Street

Lonely Street

13 July 2018

An MP wants more help for small businesses as a whole strip of a of a precinct is abandoned.

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Heatwave picture

Heatwave picture

13 July 2018

Kent trekkers found snow stayed on Britain's highest mountain even in scorching summer.

Police called to disturbance at school

Police called to disturbance at school

12 July 2018

A disturbance at a grammar school resulted in the police being called

Date for new mining visitor centre

Date for new mining visitor centre

12 July 2018

A new centre on former colliery land will be as long as the London Gerkhin is tall.

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Fires could have been arson attacks

Fires could have been arson attacks

11 July 2018

Two fires in a town in the same evening are feared to be suspicious.

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Beat defies the heat

Beat defies the heat

09 July 2018

Students stood tall their annual grand parade despite the stifling heatwave.

New owners for historic hall and town square

New owners for historic hall and town square

06 July 2018

A16h century building and square are to be taken over by a town council.

Hooded gang gatecrash birthday party

Hooded gang gatecrash birthday party

05 July 2018

A gang rammed through a gate before threatening guests with a knife and broken bottles, smashing furniture and smearing walls with pizza.

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Birthplace for businesses?

Birthplace for businesses?

04 July 2018

Councillors have agreed to use a former foodstore as a site for start-up enterprises.

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New plans for boatyard building to be revealed

New plans for boatyard building to be revealed

04 July 2018

A newly formed charity has applied for a £100,000 grant in its bid to take over the empty boatyard building in a Kent town.

Embrace the mud in new assault course challenge

Embrace the mud in new assault course challenge

03 July 2018

A new charity assault course event has been set up to test you and your colleagues.

Priest declares love for toy boys on Jeremy Kyle

Priest declares love for toy boys on Jeremy Kyle

28 June 2018

A former priest from Kent told the nation that he "loves a toyboy" as he appeared on Jeremy Kyle today.

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Fun, sun and music at Prom on the Farm

Fun, sun and music at Prom on the Farm

27 June 2018

Thousands of pounds is expected to be raised for a charity which supports disabled adults at a new one-day festival event.

Teen in hospital after car accident

Teen in hospital after car accident

22 June 2018

A 15-year-old has been hit by a car while walking near a main road.

£88k is price of council's lease blunder

£88k is price of council's lease blunder

22 June 2018

A district council has been forced to pay out almost £88,000 after it granted a lease to the wrong company, KentOnline can exclusively reveal.

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Man saves the life of colleague

Man saves the life of colleague

21 June 2018

A quick-thinking worker saved his colleague's life when he had a suspected heart attack.

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Bringing history to life

Bringing history to life

20 June 2018

An Anglo-Saxon weekend takes place at a town's heritage centre.

Police hunting man after bus 'sex assault'

Police hunting man after bus 'sex assault'

20 June 2018

Officers are investigating reports a teenager was inappropriately touched.

No way to one way

No way to one way

20 June 2018

Councillors have voted to keep a street two way following traffic danger fears.

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