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Covid fears after pupils ‘squished together’ on buses

Covid fears after pupils ‘squished together’ on buses

09 September 2020

An asthmatic dad concerned about the spread of coronavirus on his son’s 'packed' school bus is calling for safer transport for pupils.

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‘Build new hospital, Boris, to sort east Kent health crisis’

‘Build new hospital, Boris, to sort east Kent health crisis’

06 September 2020

Frustrated campaigners are calling on the Prime Minister to build a new hospital in east Kent amid concerns over an “unacceptable standard” of care.

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Pictures of inside fire ravaged building

Pictures of inside fire ravaged building

05 September 2020

Remarkable images show the extent of the blaze which ripped through a building last night.

Investigation begins into major fire in seaside town

Investigation begins into major fire in seaside town

05 September 2020

Fire crews had to tackle a major blaze last night - amid concerns someone may have been trapped in the property.

Huge fire breaks out in town centre

Huge fire breaks out in town centre

04 September 2020

Emergency services are at the scene of a huge blaze that has broken out near a town's high street.

Londoners fuel huge house price rises in Kent

Londoners fuel huge house price rises in Kent

03 September 2020

As scores of people relocate in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, house prices have been rocketing in a sought-after Kent destination.

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Longest waits for council housing revealed

Longest waits for council housing revealed

03 September 2020

Thousands of people remain on waiting lists for a council property as local authorities continue to deal with a shortage of suitable homes.

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MP calls for asylum seekers arriving in UK to be kept safe

MP calls for asylum seekers arriving in UK to be kept safe

02 September 2020

A Kent MP has called for the government to support police in ensuring the safety of asylum seekers arriving in the UK.

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Months of closures on one of Britain's most dangerous roads

Months of closures on one of Britain's most dangerous roads

02 September 2020

A road dubbed one of the most dangerous in Britain is set to undergo months of safety revamps and resurfacing.

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Weird and wonderful treasures found on Kent's beaches

Weird and wonderful treasures found on Kent's beaches

02 September 2020

From a 1,000-year-old leather slipper, to a 12st elephant tusk, there really is no telling what you might stumble upon along Kent's beaches.

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Beach named safest in the UK for dogs

Beach named safest in the UK for dogs

31 August 2020

A Kent beach has been named as one of the UK's safest dog-friendly seafronts in a top 50 list.

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Council-owned swimming pools set to reopen

Council-owned swimming pools set to reopen

28 August 2020

Three council-owned swimming pools are set to reopen - weeks after concerns were raised about residents becoming unfit.

Police taser aggressive drunk in street

Police taser aggressive drunk in street

27 August 2020

An aggressive drunk was tasered in the street by officers in the early hours of this morning.

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How to have a banging bank holiday weekend

How to have a banging bank holiday weekend

26 August 2020

From proms nights with firework finales to open-air theatre and live music, here's what's happening across the county this bank holiday weekend.

Bus firm's services set to return to pre-lockdown timetables

Bus firm's services set to return to pre-lockdown timetables

25 August 2020

Bosses at a Kent bus operator have confirmed most of its services will return to full pre-lockdown timetables next week.

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Fallen tree stops train services

Fallen tree stops train services

25 August 2020

Trains will be delayed this evening after strong winds caused a tree to fall on a line.

Bid to expand oyster shack refused

Bid to expand oyster shack refused

25 August 2020

Controversial plans for a new outdoor seating area for 120 people at a beach have been refused.

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Hundreds of nails litter beach after pallets burned at party

Hundreds of nails litter beach after pallets burned at party

25 August 2020

Fed-up residents fear a child or dog could be hurt by dangerous detritus left after bonfires.

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Bid to turn storage sheds into microbrewery tourist attraction

Bid to turn storage sheds into microbrewery tourist attraction

25 August 2020

Fresh plans to open a microbrewery along a seafront stretch have been unveiled - five months after the first bid was branded "harmful".

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Man tried to rob post office with water pistol

Man tried to rob post office with water pistol

24 August 2020

A bungling would-be robber who tried to hold up a post office with a water pistol was swiftly caught by police 20 minutes after committing the crime.

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