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Bid to bring arson-hit site back to life snubbed

Bid to bring arson-hit site back to life snubbed

Controversial plans to breathe life into a site that has remained empty since arsonists wrecked three businesses have been snubbed.

Crash on M2

Crash on M2

A second accident has occurred within 14 hours on the same stretch of motorway.

Traffic held on M2 after crash

Traffic held on M2 after crash

All traffic was held on the coastbound carriageway of the M2 after a crash between a lorry and a car.

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£6m crematorium approved despite traffic fears

£6m crematorium approved despite traffic fears

Plans for a new crematorium which will hold about 1,000 services a year in the Kent countryside have been given the seal of approval.

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Delays on M2 as car overturns

Delays on M2 as car overturns

Drivers travelling along the M2 are facing delays after a car veered off the road and flipped onto its side.

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'Our cat brought home a goldfish - and it was still alive'

'Our cat brought home a goldfish - and it was still alive'

A family was left scratching their heads after their cat came home with a goldfish that turned out to be very much alive.

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Joy as family reunited with stolen dog

Joy as family reunited with stolen dog

A family has been reunited with their missing dog - but remain concerned about their other beloved cocker spaniel which has not yet been found.

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Beloved spaniels stolen in early morning break-in

Beloved spaniels stolen in early morning break-in

Two men stole a pair of dogs from a kennel in a back garden in an early-morning break in.

Painstaking restoration of 114-year-old boat resembling beer logo

Painstaking restoration of 114-year-old boat resembling beer logo

Kent brewer Shepherd Neame is helping with the £80,000 restoration of an old fishing boat resembling the logo on one of its most popular beers.

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Child takes knife into primary school

Child takes knife into primary school

A blade was seized by police after being taken into a primary school by a child.

Faversham biker ends promising weekend in the dirt at Brands Hatch

Faversham biker ends promising weekend in the dirt at Brands Hatch

Finn Smart-Weeden pushed his bike a little too hard as he returned to racing for the first time this year.

MP silent over £3,250-a-month rent claims

MP silent over £3,250-a-month rent claims

A Kent MP has been accused of 'outrageous contempt' for constituents after refusing to answer questions about her £3,250-a-month rent expenses.

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Three injured and road closed after crash

Three injured and road closed after crash

Three people have been injured in a multi-car crash.

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MP claims £3,250 a month towards rent

MP claims £3,250 a month towards rent

One of the county's MPs has claimed £26,000 in expenses towards rent costs in just eight months, it has been revealed.

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Trains unable to run after power supply fault

Trains unable to run after power supply fault

There was disruption to train services and replacement bus were in operation following a rail power supply fault between two towns.

Hallelujah! Tin church music venue saved by £49k grant

Hallelujah! Tin church music venue saved by £49k grant

A popular music venue identified by industry figures as a site in danger of shutting down has received a massive cash injection.

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Staff perform hit sea shanty to celebrate pubs re-opening

Staff perform hit sea shanty to celebrate pubs re-opening

Shepherd Neame staff have come together to perform their own version of a hit sea shanty, made famous on Tik Tok.

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Tributes paid to popular Kent actor

Tributes paid to popular Kent actor

Actor Paul Ritter who starred in Channel 4 comedy Friday Night Dinner has died after a battle with a brain tumour.

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Outrage over bid for late-night pizza takeaway in town square

Outrage over bid for late-night pizza takeaway in town square

A bid to turn a former restaurant into a pizza takeaway operating until 2am has been blasted as 'highly inappropriate' for a historic town centre.

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Villages 'under siege' by housing developments

Villages 'under siege' by housing developments

Two villages left 'under siege' by major housing schemes and heavy traffic have written up a plan to help protect their parishes.

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