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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.

'Loud crash' as restaurant wall collapses

'Loud crash' as restaurant wall collapses

07 August 2020

An investigation has been launched into why a wall of a restaurant building, owned by the council, collapsed.

Struggling restaurant chain reopens in town centre

Struggling restaurant chain reopens in town centre

07 August 2020

A Frankie and Benny's in a town centre will reopen next week.

Kent's 'most wanted' behind bars after chopper search

Kent's 'most wanted' behind bars after chopper search

07 August 2020

A man added to Kent Police's most wanted list has been jailed after he was caught following a public appeal.

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Head of council survives leadership battle

Head of council survives leadership battle

07 August 2020

The leader of a council who fought to keep his position after uncertainty in his party has won a leadership battle.

Walk in to the drive-in

Walk in to the drive-in

07 August 2020

Don't fancy driving to a drive-in? Chef Tom Kerridge launches his new walk-in tickets for his garden party next month, with food and live music.

Tories to vote in new council leader

Tories to vote in new council leader

06 August 2020

Conservative party councillors in one borough are preparing to cast their votes on who they want as their new leader after uncertainty in the group.

Families face weeks of being unable to afford food as charity referrals double

Families face weeks of being unable to afford food as charity referrals double

05 August 2020

A foodbank in a supposedly affluent area has paid up to £40,000 on supplies for households, as demand outstrips donations.

All set to steam into summer

All set to steam into summer

05 August 2020

Head into summer in style with a trip on a steam train. Here's our guide to where you can get on board:

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Villagers angry over grant of planning approval

Villagers angry over grant of planning approval

04 August 2020

Council promises new homes will be built using "dormouse avoidance measures."

Search for third man after doorstep grocery thefts

Search for third man after doorstep grocery thefts

04 August 2020

A CCTV image has been released of a third person police would like to speak to after shopping deliveries have been stolen in one town.

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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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Six cattle in rescue drama

Six cattle in rescue drama

03 August 2020

Six cows had to be winched out of a ditch by firefighters after getting stuck up to their necks in mud.

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Firefighters battle blaze on acre of land

Firefighters battle blaze on acre of land

02 August 2020

Firefighters fought for more than 90 minutes to bring flames under control which damaged an acre of land.

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.

'Bed blocking' pressure on hospital care

'Bed blocking' pressure on hospital care

31 July 2020

Operations have been cancelled because of beds being occupied by recovered patients who can not be discharged.

Hospital boss goes the extra mile

Hospital boss goes the extra mile

31 July 2020

The chief executive of a hospital trust who raised £10k running a marathon for his colleagues is encouraging others to walk, run or cycle for charity.

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.

'Pet owners aren't fully aware of the horrors of the countryside'

'Pet owners aren't fully aware of the horrors of the countryside'

29 July 2020

A dead dog found wrapped in a plastic bag is the latest in a series of animal atrocities discovered in a village.

Dining discounts on offer at these venues

Dining discounts on offer at these venues

27 July 2020

Here's where you can take advantage of the Government's new Eat Out to Help Out offer.

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