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'Kent's Banksy' sprays new artwork on derelict store

'Kent's Banksy' sprays new artwork on derelict store

04 August 2020

A popular street artist who keeps his identity closely under wraps has struck again - with a new piece sprayed on a now-vacant Debenhams store.

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Families fear repeat of huge crowds and 'mass brawl'

Families fear repeat of huge crowds and 'mass brawl'

04 August 2020

A beach gathering of more than 100 people descended into chaos, sparking concerns over more trouble when temperatures soar again this week.

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Highs of 37C forecast for end of week

Highs of 37C forecast for end of week

03 August 2020

Get ready for more sun! Temperatures are set to soar once more come the end of the week, with forecastors predicting figures well above 30C.

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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.

Fly-tipper tracked down and fined £400

Fly-tipper tracked down and fined £400

31 July 2020

A fly-tipper has been fined £400 for dumping rubbish after an enforcement officer tracked her down.

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Obesity fears as council pools stay shut

Obesity fears as council pools stay shut

31 July 2020

There are fears residents will struggle to keep fit as no date has been set for the reopening of a district’s council-owned swimming pools.

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Residents' horror at return of the 'blob'

Residents' horror at return of the 'blob'

30 July 2020

An appeal to overturn a decision by councillors to reject a bid for a development of shops and flats has been lodged.

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Circus to return as owner wakes from coma

Circus to return as owner wakes from coma

30 July 2020

A popular family-run travelling circus will restart tours this summer as its co-owner remains seriously injured in hospital after being hit by a car.

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Barrier installed at harbour in bid to tackle boy-racers

Barrier installed at harbour in bid to tackle boy-racers

29 July 2020

A barrier has been installed at a harbour after fed-up residents complained boy-racers were making living nearby a "nightmare".

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15 hospital staff test positive for Covid-19

15 hospital staff test positive for Covid-19

28 July 2020

A five-day testing blitz of 9,000 staff at a Kent hospitals trust has uncovered 15 positive cases.

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Meal discounts at restaurants across district

Meal discounts at restaurants across district

27 July 2020

Here are the restaurants in Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay and Faversham giving discounts as part of the government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

'No showers, no shouting and don't change clothes'

'No showers, no shouting and don't change clothes'

25 July 2020

Gyms, swimming pools and indoor sport centres will enforce a number of rules when they reopen from today.

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East Kent Covid-19 deaths rise to almost one in four

East Kent Covid-19 deaths rise to almost one in four

24 July 2020

Health chiefs are seeking "definitive" answers over the worrying number of deaths at a Kent hospitals trust.

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New waste service will allow residents to call back bin lorries

New waste service will allow residents to call back bin lorries

24 July 2020

Householders angry at missed bin collections will soon be able to call back refuse trucks to collect their rubbish via new technology.

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The heyday of the carnival in Kent

The heyday of the carnival in Kent

24 July 2020

In the absence of this year's carnival parades, we're celebrating the county's events which have been loved and lost and those still going strong.

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School announces stringent measures for September reopening

School announces stringent measures for September reopening

23 July 2020

A secondary school is understood to be one of the first to announce reopening plans for September.

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‘Children will be exposed to drunks and lewd behaviour’

‘Children will be exposed to drunks and lewd behaviour’

23 July 2020

A new outdoor seating area for 120 people on a beach would expose children to drunken crowds and “lewd behaviour”, councillors fear.

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One in five national Covid-19 deaths at single Kent trust

One in five national Covid-19 deaths at single Kent trust

23 July 2020

Concerns are mounting over whether in-hospital transmission across a trust has been a major factor in the worrying death toll rates.

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Grieving mum backs calls to tighten jet skiing rules

Grieving mum backs calls to tighten jet skiing rules

22 July 2020

Calls to ban jet-skiers from towing people on rubber rings are being led by the mother of a man killed following a crash with one of the machines.

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Dog owners fined for failing to control pets on beach

Dog owners fined for failing to control pets on beach

22 July 2020

Two dog owners have been hit with £100 fines after allowing their pets to run free on a popular beach and 'cause alarm to members of the public'.

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