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Bikers' bid to spread festive joy to poorly children

Bikers' bid to spread festive joy to poorly children

18 November 2020

As a Christmas toy run has been cancelled due to the pandemic, organisers are appealing for donations so they can still send gifts to ill children.

Helicopter crashed after pilot distracted by open door

Helicopter crashed after pilot distracted by open door

17 November 2020

A helicopter crash that left three people injured happened after an aircraft door was left open forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing.

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Food bank to supply organic fruit and veg to hungry families

Food bank to supply organic fruit and veg to hungry families

17 November 2020

A new scheme will see a food bank team up with an organic farm - to supply those in need with fresh fruit and veg in the run-up to Christmas.

Primary school shut for two weeks

Primary school shut for two weeks

16 November 2020

Children at a primary school have been told to stay at home until at least December 1 after pupils and staff hit by Covid.

Bus route 'no-go zone' as yobs shoot windows out

Bus route 'no-go zone' as yobs shoot windows out

16 November 2020

Part of a popular Stagecoach route has been declared a no-go zone after air rifle-wielding vandals smashed bus windows four nights in one week.

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Travellers no longer face jail threat for pitching up

Travellers no longer face jail threat for pitching up

16 November 2020

The power to ban travellers from pitching up on council land has been deemed no longer valid by a judge.

Cash machine fire at Tesco

Cash machine fire at Tesco

15 November 2020

Firefighters were called to a Tesco Express store after its cash machine caught fire.

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School Covid canteen 'like Ashford Outlet extension'

School Covid canteen 'like Ashford Outlet extension'

15 November 2020

Pupil ‘bubbles’, marquee classrooms and gallons of sanitiser - a Kent head teacher describes the reality, and cost, of school life under Covid.

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Lamborghini driver caught speeding

Lamborghini driver caught speeding

13 November 2020

A luminous green supercar was clocked doing 41mph in a 30mph limit earlier today

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Primary school pupils in quarantine due to Covid case

Primary school pupils in quarantine due to Covid case

13 November 2020

A number of children are isolating at home after a positive Covid-19 test at a primary school.

Kent hotspots ranked UK's top 3 for relocating Londoners

Kent hotspots ranked UK's top 3 for relocating Londoners

12 November 2020

Three county towns have topped the list of the best seaside places for Londoners to move to.

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Time for some D.I.Wine?

Time for some D.I.Wine?

12 November 2020

A bid to transform a former hardware store into a wine bar has been given the green light.

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'Delivering Covid vaccines to thousands a big ask', warns GP

'Delivering Covid vaccines to thousands a big ask', warns GP

12 November 2020

GP staff will likely work seven days a week and be supported by an army of volunteers as they bid to roll out a new Covid-19 vaccine in Kent.

'We arrived in America and people were singing our songs'

'We arrived in America and people were singing our songs'

11 November 2020

A musician from Kent has spoken of touring across the world in a band on the cusp of global success.

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Stonehenge-style new addition for Kent park

Stonehenge-style new addition for Kent park

10 November 2020

After months of planning, the UK's largest village green can lay claim to its own ancient monument. Well, not exactly.

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Mystery surrounds death of man found at home

Mystery surrounds death of man found at home

09 November 2020

An inquest has been unable to establish how a middle-aged man - thought to be a baker who was born in Poland - died.

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Care home Covid screens like 'torture' for residents

Care home Covid screens like 'torture' for residents

06 November 2020

Care home managers have hit back at new government guidance on care home visits - and are calling for Covid tests to be rolled out for visitors.

Pilates studio to open at luxury seafront complex

Pilates studio to open at luxury seafront complex

06 November 2020

A prime seafront spot previously earmarked for a swanky wine bar will instead be turned into a pilates studio, it has been confirmed.

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Too-wide breakdown-prone dustcarts to be ditched

Too-wide breakdown-prone dustcarts to be ditched

06 November 2020

A new fleet of rubbish trucks will replace outdated models on the streets in east Kent next year when a council gains control of emptying bins.

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Woman charged with 15 theft offences

Woman charged with 15 theft offences

05 November 2020

One woman has been charged with 15 counts of theft following an alleged spree throughout the south east.

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