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VIDEO: Rare waterspouts spotted in Kent

VIDEO: Rare waterspouts spotted in Kent

31 August 2018

An incredible natural phenomenon has been captured off the Kent coast.

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Pony rescued from dyke

Pony rescued from dyke

31 August 2018

A mare was pulled to safety after getting trapped in a water-filled dyke.

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Urgent action needed on Universal Credit, says Bishop

Urgent action needed on Universal Credit, says Bishop

31 August 2018

A high-ranking bishop has called on the Government to "fix" its controversial Universal Credit benefit system, amid a surge in demand at food banks.

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Architecture student's mission to help Ugandan school

Architecture student's mission to help Ugandan school

31 August 2018

A 20-year-old student has helped design a new school building for 120 African children.

Giant plant on roundabout turns heads

Giant plant on roundabout turns heads

31 August 2018

An exotic plant growing on a ring road has produced an eye-catching 25ft tall flower stalk.

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Power cut in high street

Power cut in high street

28 August 2018

At least one shop has closed after an electrical fault has caused a high street power outage.

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Restaurant's plea to customers after card machine failure

Restaurant's plea to customers after card machine failure

27 August 2018

A charity-run social enterprise has lost hundreds of pounds after a card payment system failed.

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Grief of parents whose son choked on piece of toast

Grief of parents whose son choked on piece of toast

25 August 2018

The parents of a voluntary worker who died after choking on a piece of toast do not want his death to be in vain.

Missing teenager found safe

Missing teenager found safe

24 August 2018

Police have located a 14-year-old girl who went missing from a holiday park several days ago.

Student landlords face rent refunds

Student landlords face rent refunds

24 August 2018

Landlords failing to license large shared homes before new government rules come into effect could be forced to pay back rent to tenants.

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Damage to cars sparks police search

Damage to cars sparks police search

24 August 2018

A damaged car windscreen has sparked a search for a man police believe may be able to help their investigation.

Fury over cuts to over-60s' DIY discount

Fury over cuts to over-60s' DIY discount

22 August 2018

B&Q has been accused of pricing out hard-up DIY enthusiasts by cutting back a popular discount scheme.

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MS sufferer mistaken for being 'drunk'

MS sufferer mistaken for being 'drunk'

22 August 2018

A mum with MS says she regularly encounters unsolicited opinions from misinformed strangers.

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Secondary school's new name could end 'stigma'

Secondary school's new name could end 'stigma'

21 August 2018

Parents hope a rebrand will improve the reputation of a once-troubled school with a bright future.

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Tributes paid to former deputy council leader

Tributes paid to former deputy council leader

20 August 2018

A former deputy county council leader who served on the authority for 17 years has died after a long illness.

Drama as defibrillator used to save man after street collapse

Drama as defibrillator used to save man after street collapse

20 August 2018

A defibrillator that was only installed months ago has already saved a life... with the help of a shopkeeper and a passing doctor.

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MP: Should we scrap six-week summer break?

MP: Should we scrap six-week summer break?

17 August 2018

A Kent MP has suggested that shortening school holidays could help families struggling to make ends meet.

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Teen living the dream with Coventry City

Teen living the dream with Coventry City

17 August 2018

An ex-Kent schoolboy has told how he is adjusting to life as a pro-footballer after signing a three-year deal.

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£5.8m seaside care home edges closer to completion

£5.8m seaside care home edges closer to completion

15 August 2018

Facility should welcome first residents by the end of the year and will eventually provide a home for up to 65 people.

Kent's weird and wonderful food challenges

Kent's weird and wonderful food challenges

15 August 2018

Take a look at some of the mammoth meals on offer in the county to those brave enough to take on the challenge.

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