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Restaurateur's glamour night for carnival

Restaurateur's glamour night for carnival

When Vince Keen heard Deal Carnival was struggling he said 'that's not good enough' and organised a red carpet night to help

Drugs death rate stalls after campaign

Drugs death rate stalls after campaign

A sharp increase in deaths from an opiod ends following a campaign in memory of one victim.

'Iconic' building to be knocked down

'Iconic' building to be knocked down

Councillors have voted through controversial plans to replace an Edwardian building with homes.

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VJ Day to be marked at memorial

VJ Day to be marked at memorial

Dignitaries will gather to honour Forgotten Army war heroes in a VJ Day service in the grounds of a castle.

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Why Deal boss Derek Hares can't wait for the next game

Why Deal boss Derek Hares can't wait for the next game

Deal Town boss Derek Hares seeking reaction to FA Cup elimination.

'My sister gave me a kidney to save my life'

'My sister gave me a kidney to save my life'

A brother says he's closer than ever to his sister after she saved his life.

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Heroin and crack dealers led police on car chase

Heroin and crack dealers led police on car chase

Two drug dealers who fled on foot after police used a stinger to stop their BMW have been jailed.

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Tickets go on sale for end of summer festival at ice-cream farm

Tickets go on sale for end of summer festival at ice-cream farm

Solley's Sundae is the name being given to an end of summer festival being held at an ice-cream farm.

Waterspout seen near coast

Waterspout seen near coast

Pictures and footage of a waterspout have emerged as the county gets ready for a thunderstorm.

Ale's well for rugby club's beer festival

Ale's well for rugby club's beer festival

The ninth annual beer festival at a sports club will see 10 craft beers, gins and live rugby on the menu

Air ambulance lands in field

Air ambulance lands in field

An air ambulance has landed in a a field in what is believed to be a medical emergency at a private address.

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Residents to confront planners visiting 'iconic building'

Residents to confront planners visiting 'iconic building'

People desperate to save an 'iconic' property from conversion into flats will use a site visit to demonstrate their anger.

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Topping it all...

Topping it all...

A car being used to deliver pizzas has been seized after being used illegally.

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Uncertainty surrounds sale of former coal mine

Uncertainty surrounds sale of former coal mine

The sale of a former colliery is yet to be agreed according to staff, but "plans are progressing".

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Pop-up art at award winning gallery

Pop-up art at award winning gallery

A gallery's owner is the first to showcase his work in the first pop up display in his own studio alongside work of late artist

Police release image after attempted burglary

Police release image after attempted burglary

Reports a man saw three people trying to break into his home are being investigated.

Funds needed for telephone box plan to become a reality

Funds needed for telephone box plan to become a reality

Plans are underway for an iconic red telephone box to have a new lifesaving purpose.

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New business shows they care with cupcakes at open days

New business shows they care with cupcakes at open days

Four friends who have more than 100 years of combined caring experience have set up business together.

Public loos given makeover

Public loos given makeover

Concerns about 'cottaging' led to volunteers and councillors cleaning up public toilets in a village.

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Poems and prayers on Hiroshima Day

Poems and prayers on Hiroshima Day

The victims of the first nuclear bomb to be dropped in armed conflict have been remembered at a Hiroshima Day service

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