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Mass dog walks to be held in memory of Julia

Mass dog walks to be held in memory of Julia

11 May 2021

Walks will be held at locations across the country in memory of much-loved mum and PCSO Julia James - as an investigation into her murder continues.

Rooms with a view for £800k

Rooms with a view for £800k

11 May 2021

House hunters can take in the sea air with these high-spec two & three-bedroom new homes by the coast - but the price tag could take your breath away.

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Kent businesswoman who left school at 15 now owns 16th century hotel

Kent businesswoman who left school at 15 now owns 16th century hotel

10 May 2021

A mum-of-two who quit school at 15 is about to reopen a 16th century coaching inn after a multimillion-pound investment.

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Fancy getting killed in seaside horror film?

Fancy getting killed in seaside horror film?

09 May 2021

Film buffs can star in a seaside horror flick alongside iconic stars from movies such as The Exorcist and An American Werewolf in London.

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Dates announced for this summer's Oyster Festival

Dates announced for this summer's Oyster Festival

07 May 2021

Bosses of one of Kent's most popular festivals have revealed when it will be taking place this summer - following a year's hiatus due to the pandemic.

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Full results from local elections in Canterbury

Full results from local elections in Canterbury

07 May 2021

Voters have taken to the polls to elect who they want to represent them on the county council.

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Escaped vulture lands in Kent garden

Escaped vulture lands in Kent garden

06 May 2021

It's not every day a large vulture lands in your back garden and peers into your home - but that's exactly what happened in a Kent village.

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Booking system at household tips to stay in place

Booking system at household tips to stay in place

06 May 2021

The county council says the booking system at its household waste recycling centres will remain but made more flexible for residents.

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Fast track to normality

Fast track to normality

06 May 2021

Train services throughout Kent are regrowing as we make further progress out of the coronavirus lockdown.

Fears 'catnapper' is on the loose after 8 moggies go missing

Fears 'catnapper' is on the loose after 8 moggies go missing

06 May 2021

Pet owners fear a "catnapper" is on the prowl after a number of reports of missing moggies in the same street.

Car ploughs into councillor's garage

Car ploughs into councillor's garage

05 May 2021

A councillor's garage has been destroyed after a Mercedes ploughed through his fence this morning.

Fox trapped in sewage works after falling 30ft

Fox trapped in sewage works after falling 30ft

05 May 2021

A not-so-wily fox got himself stuck after falling 30ft into a storm tank at a sewage plant.

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Travellers leave seaside car park

Travellers leave seaside car park

05 May 2021

Travellers who pitched-up at a seaside car park have left the site after negotiations with the city council and the police.

4,000 homes spark 'permanent gridlock' fears at notorious junction

4,000 homes spark 'permanent gridlock' fears at notorious junction

04 May 2021

A Kent MP fears a notoriously busy junction could become 'permanently gridlocked' if a council agrees to set aside land for thousands of homes.

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Prayers tradition scrapped by councillors in Kent's cathedral city

Prayers tradition scrapped by councillors in Kent's cathedral city

04 May 2021

A decades-long tradition of holding prayers before council meetings in Kent’s cathedral city is set to end following a vote to scrap the custom.

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Anger over return of 'bulky blob'

Anger over return of 'bulky blob'

03 May 2021

A bid for a town centre development branded a 'bulky blob' by critics has been controversially approved on appeal.

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Kent town fourth worst coastal hotspot in UK

Kent town fourth worst coastal hotspot in UK

30 April 2021

Visitors have rated a Kent seaside town as one of the UK's worst coastal destinations as holidaymakers gear-up for staycations this summer.

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Suggs blasts café's eviction from centre as 'madness'

Suggs blasts café's eviction from centre as 'madness'

27 April 2021

Madness frontman Suggs joined a campaign to raise cash for a mental health café after its shock eviction from an arts centre.

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Teens threatened in seafront mugging

Teens threatened in seafront mugging

27 April 2021

A group of youngsters were threatened by a gang before their bags were swiped in a terrifying seafront robbery.

Plans for shipping container harbourside restaurant submitted

Plans for shipping container harbourside restaurant submitted

27 April 2021

Architects say re-purposed shipping containers will be perfect for creating a new restaurant at a harbour.

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