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Chopper helps trace suspected teen thieves

Chopper helps trace suspected teen thieves

29 June 2022

Two teenagers suspected of stealing a catalytic converter have been arrested after a police search that included a chopper.

'Disgrace' as new-build semis rented out for up to £2,100 a month

'Disgrace' as new-build semis rented out for up to £2,100 a month

29 June 2022

Homes on new-build estates across Kent are being snapped up by buy-to-let investors and rented out at eye-watering prices.

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'We can't clean up our mess - we're not allowed a broom!'

'We can't clean up our mess - we're not allowed a broom!'

28 June 2022

A resident forced to clean up after binmen who left rotten food strewn across the street says they told her: 'We aren't allowed to carry a broom!'

'Our business was the town's heartbeat - but now it's destroyed'

'Our business was the town's heartbeat - but now it's destroyed'

27 June 2022

The owner of a beloved business destroyed by a fire has spoken of his "devastation", saying it will take at least two years to reopen.

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Why plans for thousands of new Kent homes have stalled

Why plans for thousands of new Kent homes have stalled

25 June 2022

An issue holding up major housing projects could lead to "uncontrolled development" in some areas - so what's being done to solve the problem?

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Male witness urged to come forward after high street attack

Male witness urged to come forward after high street attack

24 June 2022

Police are appealing for a potentially important witness to come forward following an attack on a man and woman.

Plans revealed for McDonald's at new business park

Plans revealed for McDonald's at new business park

23 June 2022

Developers have unveiled proposals to open a new McDonald's and a number of other units at a business park off a major Kent road.

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'We have not recovered from the pandemic... and now this'

'We have not recovered from the pandemic... and now this'

23 June 2022

Business owners and workers have spoken about the impact this week's rail strikes are having on trade.

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Parents face 'out-of-touch' uniform costs at new school

Parents face 'out-of-touch' uniform costs at new school

22 June 2022

Hard-up families face forking out hundreds of pounds on school uniform in the absence of second-hand alternatives at a new Kent secondary.

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Early birds treated to stunning sunrise on longest day of year

Early birds treated to stunning sunrise on longest day of year

21 June 2022

A spectacular view of the sun peaking above the horizon met early-risers this morning on the longest day of the year.

Ambulance staff 'at risk of sack if too short'

Ambulance staff 'at risk of sack if too short'

20 June 2022

A trade union says an ambulance trust's proposals to bring in new vehicles could have seen some staff dismissed "due to their body shape".

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'We can't let our children play outside'

'We can't let our children play outside'

16 June 2022

Council tenants say dangerous decking outside their flats will cause a serious accident and they're having to make sure their children keep away.

Parking warden grabbed around throat by angry driver

Parking warden grabbed around throat by angry driver

15 June 2022

Angry drivers have attacked, threatened, and racially abused parking wardens in a spate of incidents that are being investigated by police.

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Kent restaurants named among best in UK

Kent restaurants named among best in UK

15 June 2022

Five eateries across the county have been honoured in a top industry ranking of the nation's best eateries.

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Litter police make innocent shopper do 'walk of shame'

Litter police make innocent shopper do 'walk of shame'

15 June 2022

A non-smoker has criticised 'intimidating' enforcement officers who wrongly accused her of throwing a cigarette butt from her car window at Morrisons.

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Woman taken to hospital after hit-and-run

Woman taken to hospital after hit-and-run

14 June 2022

A woman was taken to hospital after a hit-and-run.

Serial shoplifter jailed after breaching supermarket ban

Serial shoplifter jailed after breaching supermarket ban

13 June 2022

A shoplifter who continued to target shops despite a court order banning him from certain stores has been jailed.

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Uncle running double marathon to raise funds for poorly nephew

Uncle running double marathon to raise funds for poorly nephew

13 June 2022

A teacher is set to run two marathons in just 24 hours to raise money for his young nephew who is battling bone cancer.

Bookshop forced out by high rents opens on station platform

Bookshop forced out by high rents opens on station platform

12 June 2022

A popular bookshop that was forced to close by rocketing rents has reopened in a long-empty waiting room on a railway station platform.

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Person injured escaping flat fire

Person injured escaping flat fire

12 June 2022

One person injured their leg while climbing down a ladder to flee a fire started by a faulty battery charger.

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