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Mum calls for barbecue beach ban after son's horror fall

Mum calls for barbecue beach ban after son's horror fall

05 July 2022

A mum says 'there was blood everywhere' after her son cut his foot on a disposable barbecue buried in the sand at a beach. Warning: graphic image.

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Controversial housing development to go ahead

Controversial housing development to go ahead

01 July 2022

A council's legal challenge against a decision by the Planning Inspectorate to allow a 141-home scheme to proceed has been dismissed.

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Make the first weekend of July one to remember

Make the first weekend of July one to remember

28 June 2022

From fantastic fringe festivals to family treasure hunts, we've got five things to keep you busy this weekend.

Hall will not be sold to cinema backers

Hall will not be sold to cinema backers

27 June 2022

A charity has hit out at what its chairman says have been 'aggressive' attempts to buy its land to build a cinema.

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Why plans for thousands of new Kent homes have stalled

Why plans for thousands of new Kent homes have stalled

25 June 2022

An issue holding up major housing projects could lead to "uncontrolled development" in some areas - so what's being done to solve the problem?

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Cheers! Celebrate English Wine Week with these Kent vineyards

Cheers! Celebrate English Wine Week with these Kent vineyards

22 June 2022

From crisp whites to warm reds, you can enjoy some fantastic wines from across the Garden of England.

Row after developer puts portable loo in parking space

Row after developer puts portable loo in parking space

15 June 2022

Frustrated residents have hit out after a portable toilet was placed directly outside their homes.

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Always wanted to run your own pub? Here are seven to pick from

Always wanted to run your own pub? Here are seven to pick from

14 June 2022

From countryside pubs to dining destinations, we’ve got seven wonderful watering holes up for sale that could be yours.

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School bus services cut after unruly pupils try and set child's hair alight

School bus services cut after unruly pupils try and set child's hair alight

14 June 2022

A school’s bus services have been cancelled after bullying led to a child’s hair nearly being set on fire and staff received abuse from parents.

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High street store suddenly closes

High street store suddenly closes

10 June 2022

A high street clothes shop has suddenly closed, shocking residents.

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Our guide to a fantastic Father’s Day

Our guide to a fantastic Father’s Day

08 June 2022

Stuck for ideas this Father’s Day? We’ve got you covered with some great things to do across the county.

Spectacular theatre under the stars

Spectacular theatre under the stars

06 June 2022

We’ve got your guide to the top outdoor theatre shows happening across the county this summer, from opera to Shakespeare.

Classic pictures from Kent nightclubs in the Noughties

Classic pictures from Kent nightclubs in the Noughties

02 June 2022

A look back at some of the very best nights out at the county's greatest clubs - and the D-list celebrities who joined the party.

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Ex-mayor predicts more Tory losses as party loses control of council

Ex-mayor predicts more Tory losses as party loses control of council

01 June 2022

A former Conservative mayor who jumped ship less than a day after hanging up his chains says the party will face more losses unless changes are made.

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Kent Jubilee weekend pharmacy opening times

Kent Jubilee weekend pharmacy opening times

30 May 2022

Here is everything you need to know about when pharmacies are open this Jubilee weekend.

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Theatre group strip off for a good cause

Theatre group strip off for a good cause

30 May 2022

The musical production of Calendar Girls is based on the true story of women who raised money for charity with a nude calendar.

Hopes 145-mile bike route will encourage cycle tourism

Hopes 145-mile bike route will encourage cycle tourism

26 May 2022

A new long-distance cycle route weaving through Kent is being officially unveiled today.

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More homes approved on old college land

More homes approved on old college land

20 May 2022

An additional 60 homes have been confirmed as part of a controversial development at a former college site.

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Julia's killer 'ignored by mental health teams'

Julia's killer 'ignored by mental health teams'

18 May 2022

The father of Julia James' killer has said his son was 'let down' by social services.

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FEASTival set to welcome foodies from across Kent

FEASTival set to welcome foodies from across Kent

18 May 2022

The FreeWheelin FEASTival will be serving unique street food, delicious drinks and artisan produce for the first time since the pandemic.

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