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Psychologists' signs help cut pollution at crossings

Psychologists' signs help cut pollution at crossings

01 April 2021

Carefully worded road signs have helped 'significantly' cut pollution by reducing engine idling at busy railway crossings, a study has found.

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'I'm going on hunger strike to stop climate change'

'I'm going on hunger strike to stop climate change'

25 March 2021

With the future of our world threatened by the effects of global warming, one Canterbury student is taking drastic measures to get the message across.

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Next coastal flood defence works announced

Next coastal flood defence works announced

24 March 2021

A section of Kent's coastline has been selected for future coastal flood defence improvements.

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Chinese and Russian cyber hackers target KCC computers

Chinese and Russian cyber hackers target KCC computers

03 March 2021

There were 76 million attempts to steal data from Kent County Council's computers during just three months last year, councillors have been told.

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Meteor races across night sky

Meteor races across night sky

01 March 2021

Footage captures the dramatic moment a fireball lights up parts of Kent as a meteor raced across the night sky.

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20-metre 5G mast planned for housing estate

20-metre 5G mast planned for housing estate

04 February 2021

A 20-metre telecomms tower could be built metres from a community playground.

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Inside the tech used by new border command cell

Inside the tech used by new border command cell

02 February 2021

A James Bond-style unmanned speed boat is among the new technology being deployed by Border Force in its fight against people smuggling gangs.

'Up to 1 in 3 people in Kent have caught Covid'

'Up to 1 in 3 people in Kent have caught Covid'

07 January 2021

EXCLUSIVE: Almost one in three people in Kent could have already had coronavirus, scientists have estimated.

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How and when to see the ‘Christmas Star’

How and when to see the ‘Christmas Star’

14 December 2020

The 'Christmas star' will be seen for the first time in 800 years this winter.

Council will be 'King Canute' in crumbling cliffs saga

Council will be 'King Canute' in crumbling cliffs saga

21 November 2020

A council has decided to take on the Environment Agency in a last-ditch bid to save cliffs which keep falling into the sea.

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Dad gets green light for 'last hope' cancer treatment

Dad gets green light for 'last hope' cancer treatment

28 September 2020

A father who raised £100,000 for his "last hope" cancer treatment in Israel will fly out this week after getting the green light from doctors.

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Wartime missile crater to be excavated

Wartime missile crater to be excavated

19 September 2020

The landing site of a rocket launched during an attack on Britain during the Second World War is to be excavated by archaeologists.

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Tributes to 'brave' mum whose body will be donated to science

Tributes to 'brave' mum whose body will be donated to science

27 August 2020

Tributes have flooded social media for a mum whose last ditch cancer treatment was not available because of coronavirus.

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Kent's connectivity praised

Kent's connectivity praised

27 August 2020

Government ministers have applauded Kent's efforts to boost broadband connection.

University data held for ransom

University data held for ransom

28 July 2020

A Kent university has revealed data was stolen by an unknown cybercriminal.

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KMTV films tackle pig vaccines, IVF and leukaemia treatment

KMTV films tackle pig vaccines, IVF and leukaemia treatment

25 July 2020

New documentaries produced by the TV channel are taking audiences inside the labs where cutting edge research is being done to save and improve lives.

Petition launched to stop 'rape and pillage' of beaches

Petition launched to stop 'rape and pillage' of beaches

16 July 2020

A petition has been launched lobbying authorities to stand firmer against suspected illegal shellfish harvesting to protect coastal habitats.

Bison to be introduced to Kent woodland

Bison to be introduced to Kent woodland

10 July 2020

Europe's biggest land mammals will be free to roam a 2,500 acre conservation area in Kent as part of a ground-breaking project to boost biodiversity.

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Experiment shows just how effective face masks are

Experiment shows just how effective face masks are

09 July 2020

With many scientists urging people to wear facemasks, our KMTV reporter has taken on her own experiment and the results are remarkable.

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Is it too early to call 'flying ant day' in Kent?

Is it too early to call 'flying ant day' in Kent?

23 June 2020

Swarms of flying ants have been spotted in streets and gardens across the south - but when will they emerge in Kent?

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