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First funding for road widening

First funding for road widening

19 October 2019

Initial cash has been earmarked for widening a road in a project called for since the 1980s, a local MP announces.

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Crossing at 'death trap' junction promised

Crossing at 'death trap' junction promised

18 October 2019

A much called for crossing at a junction dubbed a "death trap" is set to finally be delivered over the next few months, councillors claim.

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Buses fail to show due to 'unforeseen circumstances'

Buses fail to show due to 'unforeseen circumstances'

16 October 2019

A bus firm has blamed "unforeseen circumstances" for the fact people were left waiting for hours.

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Motorway delays after multi-car pile-up

Motorway delays after multi-car pile-up

15 October 2019

Drivers are being warned to expect delays after a pile-up on a motorway.

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Could £1.7m slip road solve estate's traffic misery?

Could £1.7m slip road solve estate's traffic misery?

11 October 2019

A major new plan has been announced to tackle congestion on one of the county's biggest trading estates.

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Trains delayed due to woman near tracks

Trains delayed due to woman near tracks

10 October 2019

Commuters faced delays as trains were held after a woman was spotted near train tracks.

Vehicle collides with rail bridge

Vehicle collides with rail bridge

06 October 2019

A vehicle crashed into a railway bridge resulting in delays on train services in Kent.

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Train services to Kent cancelled

Train services to Kent cancelled

03 October 2019

All Southeastern services have been cancelled from a London station.

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Lorry plan 'will delay' M20 junction

Lorry plan 'will delay' M20 junction

03 October 2019

Officials say the partial opening of a motorway junction will push back the project's completion date.

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Peoples' 'voices must be heard' over crossing plans

Peoples' 'voices must be heard' over crossing plans

03 October 2019

A council has vowed to make its and its residents voices heard over plans for a multi-billion pound crossing.

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Pupils left stranded six miles from school

Pupils left stranded six miles from school

02 October 2019

An error by a bus driver meant a 25-minute journey for some pupils ended up taking more than two hours.

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Train passengers slam overcrowding

Train passengers slam overcrowding

01 October 2019

Pictures have shown the true extent of overcrowding on Kent's trains.

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Political pit of snakes awaits Boris

Political pit of snakes awaits Boris

01 October 2019

Time is running out for the Prime Minister to come up with a Brexit deal to satisfy his divided party, the EU, and the opposition.

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School bus window 'kicked out'

School bus window 'kicked out'

25 September 2019

The driver of a packed school bus realised he had lost a window when he reached his destination and children started climbing out of the hole.

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Giant ferries to set sail

Giant ferries to set sail

24 September 2019

Two eco-friendly super-ferries will take to the seas after a €260 million deal with Chinese shipbuilders.

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Fears 'scary' rail crossing could end in tragedy

Fears 'scary' rail crossing could end in tragedy

24 September 2019

Residents have called for warning lights at a rail crossing after several near misses.

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High speed rail turns 10

High speed rail turns 10

23 September 2019

High speed trains have been operating in Kent for a decade, boosting the economy by an estimated £1 billion.

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What to do if you're a Thomas Cook customer

What to do if you're a Thomas Cook customer

23 September 2019

Urgent plans to bring more than 150,000 Thomas Cook holidaymakers back to the UK has been dubbed the "largest repatriation in peacetime history".

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'You weren't my customers, you were my friends'

'You weren't my customers, you were my friends'

23 September 2019

A Thomas Cook employee has posted an emotional note to customers after the travel firm collapsed.

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Brexit and Kent: A round-up of the week's key stories

Brexit and Kent: A round-up of the week's key stories

20 September 2019

It's been another week of spills and thrills on the Brexit rollercoaster.

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