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Mum refuses to shave off son's 'inappropriate' Ronaldo cut

Mum refuses to shave off son's 'inappropriate' Ronaldo cut

30 June 2021

A defiant parent is saying she won't change her son's haircut, after his school objected to the footie-inspired trim.

Flood warning issued for parts of Kent

Flood warning issued for parts of Kent

29 June 2021

Residents on the Isle of Sheppey have been warned to stay alert as the Environment Agency issues flood warnings.

Twitter fury as Kent comic 'supports' Chris Whitty thugs

Twitter fury as Kent comic 'supports' Chris Whitty thugs

29 June 2021

Comedian Lee Hurst has caused fury on Twitter after apparently supporting the yobs who attacked the Government's chief medical officer Chris Whitty.

Organisers pull the plug on music festival

Organisers pull the plug on music festival

29 June 2021

An outside music festival has been axed at the last minute after organisers couldn't guarantee there would be no dancing or singing.

Missing teen found

Missing teen found

27 June 2021

A teenager who had been missing has been found.

Funeral of 'best mayor'

Funeral of 'best mayor'

26 June 2021

Flags flew at half mast for the councillor dubbed the 'best mayor' by one of her colleagues.

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Bookkeeper swindled firm out of £50k to fund gambling

Bookkeeper swindled firm out of £50k to fund gambling

26 June 2021

A family say it will take years to recover after their business was defrauded by someone they trusted.

'Firms need to employ more ex-military'

'Firms need to employ more ex-military'

26 June 2021

As the county salutes serving and veteran troops for Armed Forces Day, one says companies should not turn their back on the ex-personnel.

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End of an era as Covid test centre closes

End of an era as Covid test centre closes

25 June 2021

It's the start of the end as health bosses close one their first Covid asymptomatic test centres after 28,000 tests.

Fatal crash driver fined over wrong insurance

Fatal crash driver fined over wrong insurance

25 June 2021

A food delivery driver whose car hit and killed a 16-year-old girl has been given a £1,000 fine for not having the proper insurance.

'We need more houses but in the right places'

'We need more houses but in the right places'

24 June 2021

As plans to speed up house building across the country are revealed, our political editor Paul Francis looks at what it means for Kent.

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Rail company's gift to Demelza charity

Rail company's gift to Demelza charity

24 June 2021

Network Rail built a new disabled access ramp for a Kent children's hospice disrupted by its works, and donated £3,500.

Air ambulance lands on M2 after crash

Air ambulance lands on M2 after crash

24 June 2021

One person has been flown to hospital after a crash on the M2.

Driver 'going too fast' before fatal crash

Driver 'going too fast' before fatal crash

24 June 2021

A police officer drove the same route as a young man killed in a head-on collision and told an inquest of his findings.

Club's plan to raise £100k for health workers

Club's plan to raise £100k for health workers

23 June 2021

A football club and its main sponsor are to host an event to raising funds to support local NHS workers who've worked tirelessly during the pandemic.

Petition for action as danger railway crossing stays shut

Petition for action as danger railway crossing stays shut

23 June 2021

A councillor is calling for urgent action after a busy footpath crossing railway tracks - temporarily shut over safety concerns - remains closed.

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MP warns his party to change tack on housing

MP warns his party to change tack on housing

22 June 2021

A Kent MP has warned his party that it risks losing seats at the next election if it fails to listen to concerns over housing.

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Heart-warming moment missing dog reunited with siblings

Heart-warming moment missing dog reunited with siblings

22 June 2021

A whippet missing for nearly a month, and feared stolen, has gone wild with happiness at being reunited with her family.

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£92m congestion-busting flyover plans approved

£92m congestion-busting flyover plans approved

21 June 2021

Major upgrades on one of Kent's busiest junctions have been given the green light by the Secretary of State after a public inquiry.

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Fly-tippers spend six months targeting land

Fly-tippers spend six months targeting land

21 June 2021

A farmer has spoken of his frustration as criminals continue to dump rubbish on his land, despite installing deterrents.

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