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Lockdown parking, bins and toilets - everything you need to know

Lockdown parking, bins and toilets - everything you need to know

05 November 2020

How are council-run services going to be impacted during lockdown? Here's a guide on what is changing and what is staying the same.

Fears of lockdown 'mental health crisis'

Fears of lockdown 'mental health crisis'

04 November 2020

Mental health charities are reporting a rise in calls from people with anxiety and depression - with fears lockdown will cause a 'huge crisis'.

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Show goes on for panto as 12,000 tickets sold

Show goes on for panto as 12,000 tickets sold

03 November 2020

Kent's biggest theatre says the second lockdown will not stop its festive show from opening.

'Kind and caring' hairdresser, 22, died in M20 crash

'Kind and caring' hairdresser, 22, died in M20 crash

02 November 2020

Touching tributes have been made to a young hair stylist who sadly lost her life in a fatal car crash.

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'It's a total disaster for venues like mine'

'It's a total disaster for venues like mine'

31 October 2020

Kent businesses are reeling from news Prime Minister Boris Johnson could introduce national lockdown restrictions from Wednesday.

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'Link our towns with solar farm cycle path'

'Link our towns with solar farm cycle path'

30 October 2020

Campaigners are calling on the developers of a controversial solar farm to include a cycleway to run through it.

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After Life star spotted filming in town

After Life star spotted filming in town

29 October 2020

A star of Ricky Gervais’ After Life and Derek series has been spotted with television crews filming in a Kent town.

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Anti-Semitism probe 'shameful chapter' in party's history

Anti-Semitism probe 'shameful chapter' in party's history

29 October 2020

A Kent Labour MP says a probe which found the party broke equality law in its handling of claims of anti-Semitism confirms what "many others knew".

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Bin collection delays as Covid sparks staff shortages

Bin collection delays as Covid sparks staff shortages

29 October 2020

Waste collections across a Kent district have been hit by delays due to staff shortages among bin crews.

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Kent's best pubs revealed

Kent's best pubs revealed

29 October 2020

We raise a glass to the county's best boozers which earned a coveted place in this year's Good Beer Guide.

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'Relaxing rules for Christmas will have consequences'

'Relaxing rules for Christmas will have consequences'

24 October 2020

A leading scientist whose modelling sparked the first lockdown has warned of the consequences of easing Covid-19 measures over the festive period.

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The most expensive house in every town in Kent

The most expensive house in every town in Kent

24 October 2020

From swimming pools to cinema rooms, we look inside some of the most stunning homes on the market in Kent.

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Restaurant without hot water hit with one-star hygiene rating

Restaurant without hot water hit with one-star hygiene rating

23 October 2020

Staff at an Indian restaurant which had no running hot water and a dirty kitchen have been told it requires "major improvement".

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Beach hut destroyed in suspected arson attack

Beach hut destroyed in suspected arson attack

22 October 2020

Fire crews believe a beach hut destroyed by flames in the early hours was deliberately set alight.

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Mum’s death weeks after giving birth faces probe

Mum’s death weeks after giving birth faces probe

22 October 2020

The death of a young mum who died weeks after giving birth will form part of an investigation into maternity services at a hospital trust.

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Chair of scandal-hit hospital trust to step down

Chair of scandal-hit hospital trust to step down

21 October 2020

The chair of a hospital trust at the centre of a major baby death scandal has announced he will not be seeking to retain his role when his term ends.

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Parents' anger as pupils forced to eat lunch outside

Parents' anger as pupils forced to eat lunch outside

20 October 2020

An outraged mum has accused a school of putting children’s health at risk after pupils were made to eat outside because of Covid-19 measures.

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'We've cleared 1,000 beds during Covid - hopefully we'll keep it that way'

'We've cleared 1,000 beds during Covid - hopefully we'll keep it that way'

19 October 2020

Hospitals have cleared more than a third of all their inpatients during coronavirus - one hospital boss says he hopes the changes is permanent.

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Kent's lost police stations and what's there now

Kent's lost police stations and what's there now

17 October 2020

From blocks of flats to beauty salons and Wetherspoon pubs, several of our county's former police stations now have a new lease of life.

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GP backs circuit-breaker as infection rate rises

GP backs circuit-breaker as infection rate rises

16 October 2020

As the infection rate continues to rise, a Kent GP is backing a temporary lockdown - while a head teacher warns it would be a "poor" move for schools.

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