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Parts of Kent face water shortage in heat wave

Parts of Kent face water shortage in heat wave

08 August 2020

Parts of Kent could be left with no drinking water today unless customers immediately abandon using garden hoses and paddling pools.

Driver released after man killed by lorry

Driver released after man killed by lorry

07 August 2020

An HGV driver arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after a man was killed on the A20, has been released pending further investigation.

Six Kent M&Co stores to remain open

Six Kent M&Co stores to remain open

07 August 2020

Six M&Co stores across the county are to remain open - as administrators close 47 of the chain's outlets nationally following the pandemic.

The world firsts that happened in Kent

The world firsts that happened in Kent

07 August 2020

From flight to Miss World, we take a look back at world firsts which happened right here in Kent.

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Man dies after being hit by lorry

Man dies after being hit by lorry

06 August 2020

An HGV driver is in custody after being arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after man in his 50s died on the A20.

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A20 shut after person hit by lorry

A20 shut after person hit by lorry

06 August 2020

A busy road has been closed after a person was hit by a lorry.

Railway stations Covid-19 tests all negative

Railway stations Covid-19 tests all negative

05 August 2020

Swab tests for Covid-19 across stations in Kent have all come back negative, according to a train company that runs services in the county.

Plug pulled on famous effigy fireworks festival

Plug pulled on famous effigy fireworks festival

04 August 2020

A parade and bonfire display, which sees effigies of famous faces go up in smoke, has been called off this year.

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Road closed after crash

Road closed after crash

04 August 2020

The A25 was closed following a three-vehicle crash this afternoon.

Pizza Express branch set to shut

Pizza Express branch set to shut

04 August 2020

One Kent branch of a popular pizza restaurant chain will close while the fate of several more are yet to be confirmed.

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Covid-safe panto to go ahead

Covid-safe panto to go ahead

04 August 2020

Family favourite Jack And The Beanstalk will be staged in front of a much smaller audience to allow social distancing.

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150 not out: Kent's cricket grounds celebrated in landmark year

150 not out: Kent's cricket grounds celebrated in landmark year

01 August 2020

As county cricket resumes, a new book marking Kent's 150th anniversary celebrates the 18 grounds to host the game in the club's illustrious history.

Councils hope to avoid local lockdowns

Councils hope to avoid local lockdowns

29 July 2020

Fresh powers to tackle Covid-19 outbreaks have been granted but there remain concerns over data guiding decision making.

County lines heroin dealer jailed

County lines heroin dealer jailed

28 July 2020

A drug dealer who travelled from London to Kent in rental cars and sent almost daily 'marketing texts' has been jailed.

Dining discounts on offer at these venues

Dining discounts on offer at these venues

27 July 2020

Here's where you can take advantage of the Government's new Eat Out to Help Out offer.

Son of Boohoo chief executive dies aged 20

Son of Boohoo chief executive dies aged 20

27 July 2020

The 20-year-old son of the boss of online fashion store Boohoo was found dead at his home in Kent.

Bomb disposal team called in as man arrested

Bomb disposal team called in as man arrested

24 July 2020

A man was arrested after police and an explosive ordnance disposal expert were called to an address where chemicals were found.

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Bill's reopens - we went along for a taster

Bill's reopens - we went along for a taster

24 July 2020

Staff have put in plenty of measures to keep guests safe while still offering a delicious menu in a delightful setting.

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Big discounts in closing down sale

Big discounts in closing down sale

24 July 2020

A popular chain has announced huge price drops as it clears stores ahead of shutting up shop for good.

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Live on the Vine summer festival launches

Live on the Vine summer festival launches

24 July 2020

A new summer festival, bringing live entertainment outdoors each weekend, is set to launch tonight, raising funds for a local theatre and artists.

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