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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.

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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Dog walker killed in 'hit and run'

Dog walker killed in 'hit and run'

07 August 2020

A dog walker has been found dead after being hit by a vehicle which failed to stop.

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Dismay at closure of farm shop

Dismay at closure of farm shop

06 August 2020

Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling for a much-loved local farm shop to be saved from permanent closure.

Town's next bike-friendly scheme almost finished

Town's next bike-friendly scheme almost finished

06 August 2020

A cycle hub next to a train station is near completion- part of a drive to make the area more bike-friendly.

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Purses snatched in supermarket thefts

Purses snatched in supermarket thefts

05 August 2020

Shoppers are being warned to keep their valuables safe after three purses were stolen in two days from supermarkets.

More sites set to reopen

More sites set to reopen

05 August 2020

Wondering where to head this weekend? Here's some more venues which are reopening across the county.

Hospital to reopen after ceiling collapse

Hospital to reopen after ceiling collapse

05 August 2020

A cottage hospital is reopening four months after a burst water pipe caused a ceiling collapse.

Drivers risking death at level crossing

Drivers risking death at level crossing

04 August 2020

In just two months, 13 drivers have been spotted running flashing lights and swerving closing barriers as trains approach at a level crossing in Kent.

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Family heartbroken by double blow

Family heartbroken by double blow

04 August 2020

A dad lost his job in the same week doctors revealed his wife has terminal cancer.

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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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Couple lose High Court wedding fight

Couple lose High Court wedding fight

03 August 2020

A bid for recognition of humanist wedding ceremonies has failed but hopes remain for a change in the 'discriminatory' law.

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Festival to go ahead in 'bitesize' form

Festival to go ahead in 'bitesize' form

03 August 2020

A music and theatre festival has been scaled down and become an open-air event so that it can go ahead in a smaller form this summer.

Man to go on trial accused of trying to kill wife

Man to go on trial accused of trying to kill wife

01 August 2020

A man is to go on trial next month accused of trying to stab his wife to death in a nail bar.

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.

Bridge fall victim was trying to get to safety

Bridge fall victim was trying to get to safety

30 July 2020

An inquest has shed new light on the death of a woman who fell from a bridge after her car caught fire.

Crowdfunding campaign for green belt battle

Crowdfunding campaign for green belt battle

30 July 2020

A council is urging people to chip in to help it pay for legal representation in its campaign to prevent further development.

Hunt for vandals who covered new train in graffiti

Hunt for vandals who covered new train in graffiti

29 July 2020

Three men are wanted in connection with a graffiti attack which left a brand new train covered in spray paint.

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'I would have struggled if I couldn't have seen my son'

'I would have struggled if I couldn't have seen my son'

29 July 2020

A father has spoken about his time working as an emergency ambulance crew member in London during the peak of the pandemic.

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.

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