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What a washout! Deal v Chatham abandoned at half-time

What a washout! Deal v Chatham abandoned at half-time

A torrential downpour saw the Southern Counties East League game between Deal and Chatham abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch on Saturday.

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Deal ready for tough start

Deal ready for tough start

Deal Town face a tough opening week as competitive football returns to the Charles Ground but manager Derek Hares is quietly optimistic.

'We just want to sell local fruit and vegetables...'

'We just want to sell local fruit and vegetables...'

A trader, granted permission to pitch up outside a church recalled being told lettuces were being sold for £3.50.

Wildlife expert's latest book helps find inner peace

Wildlife expert's latest book helps find inner peace

He has learnt a happier way of living since experiencing dark times and is sharing his findings.

Group's anti-vax stand was in 'quietest part of Deal!'

Group's anti-vax stand was in 'quietest part of Deal!'

People making a stand against Covid vaccines left onlookers perplexed wondering why they chose to hold their gathering in the quietest part of Deal.

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Regatta Week pictures: Here's what's happened so far

Regatta Week pictures: Here's what's happened so far

The return of Regatta Week activities has brought 'so much joy' to those taking part and watching, having missed the spectacular last year.

Homeless flats could be eco-friendly

Homeless flats could be eco-friendly

Boilers could be converted at two new homes developments to help a council reach its zero carbon target, reducing bills for tenants.

Sarah Everard's killer 'barely touching his food'

Sarah Everard's killer 'barely touching his food'

A former armed officer who has admitted murdering a woman is on suicide watch so he doesn't "take the easy way out", according to sources.

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One day festival returns to The Square

One day festival returns to The Square

We missed it last year and now Music4Martha is back with a packed line-up in aid of a Kent care charity.

Funeral of town's longest serving landlady

Funeral of town's longest serving landlady

Pub regulars will raise a toast to their beloved landlady at a celebration of her life later today.

'We can stop a repeat of Grenfell'

'We can stop a repeat of Grenfell'

A company deliberately set a lounge and bedroom alight to show the importance of flame retardant cladding.

Return of Regatta Week and carnival

Return of Regatta Week and carnival

Regatta week is back with a bang in Deal after last year's spectacular was cancelled.

Join historical romp round 'Dastardly Deal'

Join historical romp round 'Dastardly Deal'

History will come alive in streets once occupied by smugglers thanks to a new partnership with a heritage and theatre group.

Donington double for dominant Trice

Donington double for dominant Trice

Toby Trice has added two more wins to his name in the Ginetta GT Academy during the Donington Park weekend.

Asylum seekers' beach landing

Asylum seekers' beach landing

About 30 people were seen by beachgoers landing in one dinghy this morning before police were called to take them in.

'Incredible achievement'

'Incredible achievement'

There were Kent success stories in the LTA National Tennis Awards which were broadcast live on YouTube.

More needed to join marathon

More needed to join marathon

A charity for the profoundly disabled needs four more people to run for it in this year's Virtual London Marathon.

Sarah's murderer dismissed from police

Sarah's murderer dismissed from police

A serving police officer who kidnapped, raped and murdered Sarah Everard has been dismissed from the Met police.

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Summer activity play scheme to serve free lunches

Summer activity play scheme to serve free lunches

There will be fitness and sports coaching, workshops and a satisfying meal for eligible kids.

Plastics campaigners say 'have that back' to supermarkets

Plastics campaigners say 'have that back' to supermarkets

Bulk loads of plastic packaging have been given back to two chain supermarkets by consumers who want to make a stand.

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