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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.

'I could see great sadness and distress'

'I could see great sadness and distress'

14 May 2021

A teenager who suffered the devastating loss of both of his parents, within a year, has seen £10,000 pour in for his unique challenge.

Arrests made in crackdown on rural crime

Arrests made in crackdown on rural crime

14 May 2021

Police targeting crime in the countryside made arrests and recovered stolen property during a two-day operation.

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.

Welcome back inside

Welcome back inside

14 May 2021

Kent's attractions are ready to welcome visitors inside again next week. From castles to clip 'n' climb centres and cinemas, here's what's reopening.

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.

Winners crowned in 'My AuSome Art' competition

Winners crowned in 'My AuSome Art' competition

13 May 2021

The winners of an art competition set up by a charity to mark Autism Awareness Week have been announced.

Tragic last moments as teen told police 'I'm going to kill myself'

Tragic last moments as teen told police 'I'm going to kill myself'

13 May 2021

No patrols were sent to a teen who called police in distress before taking his own life despite teams being available, an inquest has heard.

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Meet county's fox rescuers

Meet county's fox rescuers

13 May 2021

The Fox Project began life 30 years ago and now treats more than 1,000 foxes every year.

Third fine for ignoring planning enforcement notices

Third fine for ignoring planning enforcement notices

12 May 2021

A landowner described his appearance in court over a planning breach with Tunbridge Wells council as 'the story of my life.'

County in top ten for pubs walks in the UK

County in top ten for pubs walks in the UK

12 May 2021

Kent has been named as the eighth top county for pubs walks in the UK by AA Media.

Body found in harbour is missing student

Body found in harbour is missing student

11 May 2021

The death of a missing student has led to tributes to a young man described as having 'extraordinary promise and great personal charm'.

Dad and son's food delivery service rises and rises

Dad and son's food delivery service rises and rises

11 May 2021

A father and son delivery business, which started providing baked goods to people's doorsteps during the pandemic, is on a roll.

Pupils recognised in competition

Pupils recognised in competition

10 May 2021

Three students from two schools in Kent have been named runners-up in an international children's competition.

The pioneers who took football around the world

The pioneers who took football around the world

09 May 2021

A Kent-based football history writer and podcaster explores the county's links with the spread of the global game.

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Conservatives lose overall control of Tunbridge Wells

Conservatives lose overall control of Tunbridge Wells

08 May 2021

Bucking the national trend, the Tories have suffered losses in Tunbridge Wells, but remain the largest party.

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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.

Woman hurls abuse at taxi driver

Woman hurls abuse at taxi driver

07 May 2021

A taxi driver has been subjected to a foul-mouthed rant by a woman outside a train station.

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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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