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Trader's bank accounts frozen trying to pay fine

Trader's bank accounts frozen trying to pay fine

A man says he could have lost his business after trying to pay a fine for straying into a low emission zone.

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Fears nesting birds harmed during hedge cutting

Fears nesting birds harmed during hedge cutting

Concerns nesting birds were being injured by a hedge cutter sparked a report to police.

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Pensioner found dead in water

Pensioner found dead in water

The body of a man was discovered in water by police.

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Warning after conmen claim to be police officers

Warning after conmen claim to be police officers

Conmen posing as police officers have targeted eight people within a day - with one victim handing over £3,000.

Mum saving every 'precious moment' with ill daughter

Mum saving every 'precious moment' with ill daughter

The family of a seven-year-old girl diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour want to make special memories with her in the time she has left.

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Migrants found in lorry detained by police

Migrants found in lorry detained by police

Police have detained five migrants after they were found in the back of a lorry.

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Accident blocks part of A2

Accident blocks part of A2

Traffic is building up on a busy route following an accident.

Drivers gambling on empty threat of town cameras

Drivers gambling on empty threat of town cameras

Drivers racing through a town are playing Russian roulette with the town’s speed cameras after it emerged the boxes are empty almost 70% of the time.

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Gambling addict took his own life

Gambling addict took his own life

A farm hand who lost hundreds of pounds through gambling was found dead by a work colleague.

Teenage girl rescued from mud

Teenage girl rescued from mud

A girl had to be rescued by emergency crews after getting stuck in mud up to her waist.

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Play equipment for disabled children stolen from home

Play equipment for disabled children stolen from home

A specialist swing and trampoline were among the items stolen from a foster family's garden.

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Cannabis dangers 'couldn't be clearer' warns judge

Cannabis dangers 'couldn't be clearer' warns judge

A judge has warned of the dangers of potent cannabis after sentencing a man for brandishing a fake gun in public.

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Cat 'dumped with rubbish' in alleyway

Cat 'dumped with rubbish' in alleyway

An overweight cat with a possible tumour was found dumped in an alleyway by a passerby.

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'As soon as we sink them, they belong to the sea'

'As soon as we sink them, they belong to the sea'

Submerged deep beneath the surface, hundreds of stunning sculptures stand on the seabed across the world.

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'David v Goliath' fight to stop UK's biggest solar park

'David v Goliath' fight to stop UK's biggest solar park

A fight to save almost 1,000 acres of farmland and marshes from thousands of solar panels as big as double-decker buses begins today.

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Britain's biggest solar park: All you need to know

Britain's biggest solar park: All you need to know

An in-depth look at the divisive plans to build a solar farm the size of 700 football pitches in Kent.

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Faversham rebuild in motion

Faversham rebuild in motion

Joint-manager Phil Miles has called for patience as Faversham continue to re-shape their squad ahead of the new season.

Supermarket is donating thousands of meals to charity

Supermarket is donating thousands of meals to charity

More than 180,000 meals have been donated to charities and community groups by Tesco stores across the county.

Tesco and Aldi in supermarket war

Tesco and Aldi in supermarket war

Supermarket giant Tesco is trying to block an application to open a new Aldi store saying it will threaten business for small town centre traders.

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Arrest after pharmacy 'burgled by two men'

Arrest after pharmacy 'burgled by two men'

A man has been arrested after two men reportedly broke into a pharmacy in the early hours.

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