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New help for long Covid sufferers

New help for long Covid sufferers

14 May 2021

A new assessment service has been launched to assist those suffering with long-term symptoms following a Covid-19 infection.

Megan McKenna to perform with Tom Jones at Kent gig

Megan McKenna to perform with Tom Jones at Kent gig

14 May 2021

Reality star Megan McKenna will be joining Sir Tom Jones as he performs in Kent later this year.

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New classrooms for those struggling with school

New classrooms for those struggling with school

14 May 2021

A school's expansion will offer specialist help to more pupils who find life in large classrooms too tough and have battled with their GCSEs.

Missing teen found safe and well

Missing teen found safe and well

13 May 2021

A 16-year-old boy who had gone missing has been found safe and well.

Time to think about summer holidays

Time to think about summer holidays

12 May 2021

A family caravan business has re-opened after lockdown with a third generation now in charge.

Ward boundary review under way

Ward boundary review under way

11 May 2021

It looks likely that the number of councillors in a local authority borough will be cut by around a fifth at the next election.

Results from West Kent in KCC elections

Results from West Kent in KCC elections

07 May 2021

The battle for control of Kent County Council has been taking place and this is how things look in west Kent.

Pressure on most popular schools revealed

Pressure on most popular schools revealed

07 May 2021

An education adviser says too many secondary school pupils are having to travel outside their home town to get to lessons.

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'We were all inspired by him, he was our hero'

'We were all inspired by him, he was our hero'

06 May 2021

A Second World War veteran has died weeks before his 100th birthday.

The shows Kent's theatres will have for curtain up

The shows Kent's theatres will have for curtain up

06 May 2021

As the county's theatres prepare for curtain up once again, we take a look at their reopening dates and what live shows they will have for audiences.

The story of Kent's kart circuit that may never reopen

The story of Kent's kart circuit that may never reopen

06 May 2021

Almost 60 years have passed since an historic kart circuit opened for the first time, but there is now a huge question mark hanging over its future.

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Neighbours unhappy with new mobile phone mast

Neighbours unhappy with new mobile phone mast

05 May 2021

A new mobile phone mast erected near a petrol station has upset residents who say it's an ugly eyesore and will affect the view from many homes.

The bogus news site, the teen entrepreneur and the 'robot' journalists

The bogus news site, the teen entrepreneur and the 'robot' journalists

05 May 2021

We reveal the story of the Kent Chronicle - which posed as a legitimate online news service by stealing stories by genuine reporters.

Lake expectations for this £5.5m luxury home

Lake expectations for this £5.5m luxury home

04 May 2021

Want a home with seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and its own lake and waterfall? This Georgian-style residence in the Kent countryside has it all.

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In the market for farmers' produce

In the market for farmers' produce

03 May 2021

Kent's farmers' markets produce fresh, local produce weekly. Former MasterChef winner and cookery writer, Julie Friend, brings us the latest news.

Husband guilty of nail bar attempted murder

Husband guilty of nail bar attempted murder

30 April 2021

A jury has found a man guilty of trying to kill his estranged wife in a 'terrifying and brutal' attack at a high street beauty salon.

Cat found stabbed with his ears cut off

Cat found stabbed with his ears cut off

29 April 2021

Police are hunting the brute who killed Caesar - the third cat to die in six weeks at the hands of a sick pet mutilator.

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Missing woman found safe and well

Missing woman found safe and well

29 April 2021

A woman reported missing has been safely located.

What's on this bank holiday weekend across Kent

What's on this bank holiday weekend across Kent

29 April 2021

Does a bank holiday weekend put a smile on your face? Here's our guide to what's on in Kent from tractor rides and lambs to festivals and bluebells.

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Suspected arsonist 'made threats with hammer'

Suspected arsonist 'made threats with hammer'

26 April 2021

A suspected arsonist has been accused of threatening police and firefighters as they responded to a late-night blaze.

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