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Drugs and phones seized in county lines raids

Drugs and phones seized in county lines raids

25 September 2020

Eight people have been charged in a county lines crackdown after a series of raids were carried out.

Work starts on Kent's new 'super homes'

Work starts on Kent's new 'super homes'

25 September 2020

Work has begun on air-tight, fully insulated, carbon neutral 'super efficient' all-electric homes with solar panel roofs and air source heat pump.

Club pays tribute to girl killed by falling tree

Club pays tribute to girl killed by falling tree

24 September 2020

Crystal Palace Football Club remembers young fan killed who was killed when a tree fell on her.

Stack returns as strike hits port

Stack returns as strike hits port

24 September 2020

Operation Stack has been implemented as a French strike impacts Kent ferry services.

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Man accused of stealing hoverboard from tip

Man accused of stealing hoverboard from tip

24 September 2020

A man has been charged with stealing 17 items from a municipal rubbish dump.

Juror 'pinged' court worker's bra strap

Juror 'pinged' court worker's bra strap

23 September 2020

A bus driver on jury service sent home after groping a woman Crown Court worker has admitted sexual assault.

Covid-19 testing station set up on seafront

Covid-19 testing station set up on seafront

23 September 2020

A temporary coronavirus testing station has been set up in a car park on the seafront next to a sandpit, amusement park and ice cream kiosk.

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10pm pub curfews and work from home for six months, says PM

10pm pub curfews and work from home for six months, says PM

22 September 2020

The PM has addressed MPs and told them new Covid rules will stay in place for six months ahead of his announcement to the nation.

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Four staff and 25 children sent home from primary school

Four staff and 25 children sent home from primary school

21 September 2020

A class and its teachers has been sent home to self isolate after a girl tested positive for Covid-19.

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Controversy as funfair goes ahead

Controversy as funfair goes ahead

21 September 2020

A funfair with rides and attractions which was held in a town park has caused a stir as people question whether it should have been allowed.

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'I've seen mum once in six months - the policy needs to change'

'I've seen mum once in six months - the policy needs to change'

21 September 2020

A heartbroken daughter who has seen her mum just once during the coronavirus crisis is calling on the government to change its care homes policy.

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Coppers discover wiry obstacle on road

Coppers discover wiry obstacle on road

20 September 2020

Officers shared their disbelief on Twitter when they found a cable spool in the middle of a road.

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Flood alert in force

Flood alert in force

19 September 2020

There's a warning a higher than normal tide could cause flooding in the early hours.

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Man in custody after collision

Man in custody after collision

19 September 2020

A 33-year-old man is being quizzed by police following an incident this morning.

Panto postponed until next year

Panto postponed until next year

18 September 2020

Another popular pantomime has been forced to postpone this year's shows due to the coronavirus crisis.

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Night time closures for main road

Night time closures for main road

18 September 2020

Drivers warned to prepare for three weeks of road works on busy route.

Parents fear 'unauthorised absence' after school's Covid-19 case

Parents fear 'unauthorised absence' after school's Covid-19 case

18 September 2020

A pupil and some of her classmates were sent home from a Kent grammar school after a positive coronavirus test which has left some parents fuming.

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Strike! Bowling alley gets the go ahead

Strike! Bowling alley gets the go ahead

18 September 2020

Plans for a bowling alley in a town centre have been approved by councillors.

Station staff bitten, spat at and headbutted

Station staff bitten, spat at and headbutted

18 September 2020

A man has been charged after railway workers and security staff were headbutted, spat at and bitten.

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'Stick with us' urges hospital boss amid uncertainty of Covid and winter pressures

'Stick with us' urges hospital boss amid uncertainty of Covid and winter pressures

18 September 2020

Patients are being urged to follow three simple messages to make sure hospitals and the health system copes during the winter period.

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