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Mum, 27, given months to live after sudden cancer diagnosis

Mum, 27, given months to live after sudden cancer diagnosis

01 February 2021

Friends of a mum-of-three who has been given months to live have launched a fundraiser to help her create precious memories with her young children.

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Confusion as teachers vaccinated 'in error'

Confusion as teachers vaccinated 'in error'

31 January 2021

Health chiefs have told teachers to not book vaccinations on a widely shared link as it admits jabs have been given to staff 'in error'.

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Disgust as town's pubs and shops urged to open this weekend

Disgust as town's pubs and shops urged to open this weekend

29 January 2021

Business owners have been left 'horrified' by calls for them to reopen by anti-lockdown campaigners.

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MP and council leader clash over business grants row

MP and council leader clash over business grants row

29 January 2021

A Kent MP has clashed with a council leader over claims Covid relief grants are not being paid to struggling businesses quickly enough.

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Hop Fest 2021 cancelled due to pandemic

Hop Fest 2021 cancelled due to pandemic

28 January 2021

One of the county's most popular events has been cancelled for a second year because of the pandemic - eight months before it was set to happen.

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New CCTV image after bus driver attack

New CCTV image after bus driver attack

28 January 2021

Police have released a new CCTV image after a bus driver was attacked through his window.

Cov-vid-iots: The rule breakers caught on camera

Cov-vid-iots: The rule breakers caught on camera

28 January 2021

Police have released bodycam footage, including of a mass card game and three men marooned on a sea fort, as they step up their lockdown crack down.

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Publican's children star in street artist's new work

Publican's children star in street artist's new work

28 January 2021

A landlord's children feature in a striking new design which has been sprayed on his pub in support of frontline workers.

Trio marooned on sea fort fined after 180-mile lockdown trip

Trio marooned on sea fort fined after 180-mile lockdown trip

27 January 2021

Three men from Staffordshire have been fined by police - after they travelled by boat to a sea fort during the lockdown and had to be rescued.

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Three men rescued from abandoned sea fort

Three men rescued from abandoned sea fort

26 January 2021

The RNLI has rescued three young men who were marooned on an abandoned sea fort in the Thames Estuary when their boats drifted away on the tide.

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Controversial railway crossing set to close

Controversial railway crossing set to close

25 January 2021

The Planning Inspectorate has ruled a railway foot crossing should close, following a public inquiry.

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'Increasing parking charges by 70p an hour will kill our high street'

'Increasing parking charges by 70p an hour will kill our high street'

25 January 2021

Angry businesses already struggling with the effects of the pandemic have branded plans to hike parking charges across a Kent district as 'greedy'.

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26-mile coastal path gets go ahead

26-mile coastal path gets go ahead

24 January 2021

Plans to open a 26-mile coastal path which will link two towns and connect to a 2,700-mile project have been given the go-ahead.

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Carer feared she’d be trapped after car flipped into ditch

Carer feared she’d be trapped after car flipped into ditch

23 January 2021

A carer who flipped her car into a ditch after skidding on black ice feared she would be trapped in the wreckage with no one able to find her.

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Eco delivery hubs could soon appear on outskirts of towns

Eco delivery hubs could soon appear on outskirts of towns

23 January 2021

Parcels could soon be delivered to homes by a fleet of electric vans and bikes operating out of special hubs on the edge of town.

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The hidden killer claiming young lives without warning

The hidden killer claiming young lives without warning

23 January 2021

Grieving families have shared their stories after tragically losing loved ones aged in their 20s.

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'They've got no laptops so have to share their mum's mobile'

'They've got no laptops so have to share their mum's mobile'

21 January 2021

Hard-up families forced to home-school during the lockdown have been left without laptops and are having to use mobile phones instead.

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'Church parking free-for-all is very worrying safety issue'

'Church parking free-for-all is very worrying safety issue'

21 January 2021

Plans have been lodged to install a gate across a church car park in a bid to address a safety issue which is hindering access for funeral mourners.

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'Amazing ambassador for grassroots football'

'Amazing ambassador for grassroots football'

20 January 2021

Tributes have been pouring in for a ' big hearted' soccer league secretary who died from the new variant of Covid-19.

Vaccine doses sent to wrong surgery

Vaccine doses sent to wrong surgery

18 January 2021

Hundreds of coronavirus vaccine doses sent to the wrong practice 30 miles away forced appointments to be postponed as a GP highlights supply issues.

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