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'People treat my Ghostbusters car like a celebrity'

'People treat my Ghostbusters car like a celebrity'

08 May 2022

A 20-year mission to restore an iconic car has finally come to an end – much to the delight of members of the public keen to be pictured with it.

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P&O boss hits out at 'misinformation'

P&O boss hits out at 'misinformation'

06 May 2022

The boss of P&O has told colleagues he hopes he survives in his role and hit out at "misinformation" following March's mass sacking.

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'Severe delays' after tunnel is closed

'Severe delays' after tunnel is closed

05 May 2022

Traffic built up this morning after a tunnel was closed following the implementation of Dover TAP.

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'Pointless' junction scheme approved

'Pointless' junction scheme approved

04 May 2022

KCC has been condemned for its arrogance after refusing to send highways officers to explain its junction scheme.

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First look at new walk-through trains as Elizabeth line gets ready to open

First look at new walk-through trains as Elizabeth line gets ready to open

04 May 2022

After years of delays London's new 'purple' transport line will open later this month with new trains and station upgrades for passengers.

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Operation Brock to remain for 'at least a week'

Operation Brock to remain for 'at least a week'

03 May 2022

Lorries will have to queue on the M20 as part of Operation Brock for "at least another week".

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War-time railway celebrates 95th anniversary in style

War-time railway celebrates 95th anniversary in style

01 May 2022

A railway used in the Second World War will be holding a gala event to celebrate its 95th anniversary.

P&O staff didn't know how to use life-saving equipment

P&O staff didn't know how to use life-saving equipment

28 April 2022

P&O agency staff on board the Spirit of Britain didn't know how to use life-saving equipment, an inspection report has revealed.

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Chaos fears as roundabout works delayed again

Chaos fears as roundabout works delayed again

28 April 2022

Work to remove a busy roundabout has been postponed again due to Operation Brock – sparking fears of traffic chaos later in the year.

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Rail worker strike could be 'biggest in history'

Rail worker strike could be 'biggest in history'

28 April 2022

Passengers could face travel chaos this summer if plans for a national rail strike go ahead.

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P&O resumes crossings six weeks after mass sackings

P&O resumes crossings six weeks after mass sackings

27 April 2022

P&O has resumed freight crossings six weeks after sacking 800 staff over Zoom.

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Delays expected at busy junction as traffic measures return

Delays expected at busy junction as traffic measures return

26 April 2022

Queues are expected at one of Kent's busiest junctions after measures to funnel traffic through one lane were reintroduced today.

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The viral TikTok hack that might land you with a fine and licence points

The viral TikTok hack that might land you with a fine and licence points

26 April 2022

A viral TikTok video of a car window being tinted using three household items has caught the attention of insurance experts.

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Commuters urged to 'give up their seat' as crowds return to public transport

Commuters urged to 'give up their seat' as crowds return to public transport

26 April 2022

With people returning to public transport in greater numbers, commuters are being urged to pay attention to the needs of their fellow passengers.

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Railway station set to shut for repairs

Railway station set to shut for repairs

26 April 2022

A railway station will be closed for several days to passengers and commuters due to much needed repairs.

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Op Brock could be back again...and again - highways chiefs warn

Op Brock could be back again...and again - highways chiefs warn

26 April 2022

Highways chiefs say there could be a need to trigger Operation Brock as many as seven more times this year.

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Innovative railway engineer used a converted truck to pull his trains

Innovative railway engineer used a converted truck to pull his trains

23 April 2022

Railway engineer Holman Stephens invented the Railmotor - a train pulled by a one-ton Ford lorry.

Towns miss out on government bus funding

Towns miss out on government bus funding

21 April 2022

Hopes of getting a share of £3bn to boost bus services have been dashed.

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Bus cuts 'will worsen climate change'

Bus cuts 'will worsen climate change'

20 April 2022

Hundreds of people have signed a petition against council plans to axe 48 bus services across Kent.

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The new Highway Code rule that lets you watch TV but says phones are still illegal

The new Highway Code rule that lets you watch TV but says phones are still illegal

20 April 2022

Just months after some of the biggest changes in its history, The Highway Code is changing again and here's why.

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