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Delight at return of off-peak high speed services

Delight at return of off-peak high speed services

The return of off-peak direct high speed services between three Kent towns and London has been hailed.

Hares' fixture frustration

Hares' fixture frustration

Deal Town boss Derek Hares says his freescoring side could do without the weekend off.

Carol singing in memory of mum Rebecca Kruza

Carol singing in memory of mum Rebecca Kruza

A mum who wants to honour her daughter's life by opening a respite home for women with postnatal depression is carol singing to highlight the cause.

Town council wants new logo following name change

Town council wants new logo following name change

A parish council which changed its name to town council to 'shake off a Vicar of Dibley image' is now asking residents to design its new logo.

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Concerns grow for missing dad last seen one week ago

Concerns grow for missing dad last seen one week ago

Friends are making a desperate appeal amid concerns for a father-of-two who has not been seen since last weekend.

New homes approved despite objections

New homes approved despite objections

New homes have been approved despite 30 objections from neighbours, who fear they will 'disturb' the 'aesthetics' of the area 'for the worse'.

Deal boss won't be fooled by league positions

Deal boss won't be fooled by league positions

Deal Town manager Derek Hares knows weekend hosts Rusthall will give his high-flyers a proper test when they meet in the league on Saturday.

Marine's panto writer releases book on time in the Falklands

Marine's panto writer releases book on time in the Falklands

The writer of a popular annual pantomime has written a book about his exciting, dangerous and sometimes sad Falklands war experience.

Man, 27, missing since Sunday

Man, 27, missing since Sunday

Police are appealing for help in a search for a man who has been missing since Sunday.

Butcher credits daughter's TikTok videos for BBC food award

Butcher credits daughter's TikTok videos for BBC food award

TikTok videos showcasing the behind-the-scenes works of artisan butcher Lizzy Douglas have helped towards her latest national award.

Town’s BEM recipients switch on Christmas lights

Town’s BEM recipients switch on Christmas lights

Charity ambassadors who received royal recognition for their services to others switched on a town's Christmas lights.

Patients 'anxious' after blood clinics are axed

Patients 'anxious' after blood clinics are axed

Protesters holding banners marched through a town to demand the return of blood clinics at their hospital.

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Pensioner reported missing found safe

Pensioner reported missing found safe

Police concerned for the welfare of a 75-year-old man say he has been safely located.

Hundreds raised to help struggling nursery

Hundreds raised to help struggling nursery

A parent who set up a GoFundMe appeal to help his daughter's nursery replace much loved play equipment has been amazed by the response.

Hares: Deal displays haven't been bad despite back-to-back defeats

Hares: Deal displays haven't been bad despite back-to-back defeats

Manager Derek Hares doesn't believe Deal's performance levels have drastically dropped despite back-to-back defeats.

Preparations complete for Christmas lights switch-on

Preparations complete for Christmas lights switch-on

More than 100 trees have been erected on shop fronts as part of the final preparations before a town's Christmas lights switch-on.

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Pensioner found dead on beach

Pensioner found dead on beach

Police were called this morning after a woman's body was found on a beach.

Residents asked what they love and hate about town

Residents asked what they love and hate about town

A council is running a survey to find out what people love, hate and feel could be improved within the community.

Space fantasy novel by ex-Navy man

Space fantasy novel by ex-Navy man

A former Royal Navy sailor has published his first work of fiction, which will be part of a trilogy.

Rally is organised after closure of blood services

Rally is organised after closure of blood services

A protest will be held over the 'mounting annoyance' following the closure of blood clinics at a hospital.

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