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Fundraiser heading towards £250k total collects BEM

Fundraiser heading towards £250k total collects BEM

A breast cancer fundraiser who has raised almost £250,000 has dedicated her Queen's honour to her late friend who inspired her charity work.

'Mad as hell' cinema campaigners plan Halloween protest

'Mad as hell' cinema campaigners plan Halloween protest

Campaigners will protest outside an 'iconic, yet sadly crumbling' building in a fresh bid to prompt action from its owners.

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'Perverse in the extreme'

'Perverse in the extreme'

A councillor at a seaside town has slammed her MP for voting against planned legal controls to stop raw sewage reaching rivers and seas.

'Priceless' football medal allegedly stolen

'Priceless' football medal allegedly stolen

An investigation surrounding the reported theft of a “priceless” winners’ football medal belonging to a popular former boss is under way.

Hares says there is feel-good factor at Deal

Hares says there is feel-good factor at Deal

Manager Derek Hares admits there is a great atmosphere at Deal Town as their remarkable run continues.

Sarah's murderer seeks to appeal whole-life term

Sarah's murderer seeks to appeal whole-life term

The Met police officer who murdered Sarah Everard is seeking to appeal his whole-life jail term.

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History author's new book explores Richborough Port

History author's new book explores Richborough Port

A history author will be selling signed copies of his latest book at a heritage event.

Horse rescued from water-filled ditch

Horse rescued from water-filled ditch

A horse has been rescued from a water filled ditch in a muddy two-hour operation.

Awards for the lockdown projects which helped save lives

Awards for the lockdown projects which helped save lives

Projects that helped the public cope with life over lockdown have been celebrated at the Kent Mental Health and Wellbeing Awards.

Thousands raised for eye control technology

Thousands raised for eye control technology

Money has been raised for a system, to help people with disabilities, to operate a computer by eye movements rather than the hand.

Disappointment after water firm take five weeks to fix leak

Disappointment after water firm take five weeks to fix leak

A man said he was let down by Southern Water after they kept cancelling appointments to fix a leaking meter.

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Misconduct probes in wake of Couzens case

Misconduct probes in wake of Couzens case

Five police officers will face misconduct proceedings concerning social media messages related to murderer PC Wayne Couzens.

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School cancels fireworks display again

School cancels fireworks display again

A school will not host its annual fireworks display for the second consecutive year.

Football fans asked to donate food at FA Vase match

Football fans asked to donate food at FA Vase match

Football fans are being asked to take food donations as well as their support to the sidelines.

New twin mum launches annual appeal for homeless

New twin mum launches annual appeal for homeless

A Christmas shoebox campaigner is launching her 8th annual appeal to help the homeless - despite having just given birth to twins.

Wear pink to fight cancer

Wear pink to fight cancer

People are being asked to put on pink clothing over two days and help fundraise to combat breast cancer.

Hares says five-star win counts for nothing ahead of FA Vase tie

Hares says five-star win counts for nothing ahead of FA Vase tie

Derek Hares is warning in-form Deal they will need to treat their FA Vase tie as a totally different match - despite facing familiar opposition.

New £2.5m relief road opens after 6 year wait

New £2.5m relief road opens after 6 year wait

A six-year wait for a new relief road to alleviate congestion on one side of a town has ended.

'Bring back all-day fast trains'

'Bring back all-day fast trains'

An MP wants the return of a full high speed rail service for smaller communities in her constituency.

Primary teacher turns talent to musical baby classes

Primary teacher turns talent to musical baby classes

A primary school teacher who became a mum during the pandemic has turned her talent to interactive baby classes.

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