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'I want families to have what we didn't... hope'

'I want families to have what we didn't... hope'

The grandfather of a little boy who died from a rare brain tumour no child survives, has told how he is determined to raise awareness of the disease.

Ready for a fresh start

Ready for a fresh start

Few managers probably wanted last season to end as much as Faversham's James Collins.

Family left living in hotel after losing everything in fire

Family left living in hotel after losing everything in fire

A family who were forced to cancel their contents insurance while struggling financially due to the pandemic have lost everything in a blaze.

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Post-lockdown measures 'put town centre businesses at risk'

Post-lockdown measures 'put town centre businesses at risk'

Traders and disabled people have hit out at the way a council has dealt with reopening a town centre following the Covid-19 lockdown.

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Finn in the points

Finn in the points

Finn Smart-Weeden collected another couple of points in his latest outing.

Looking back at the hop festival

Looking back at the hop festival

With year's Hop Festival cancelled due to the pandemic, here's a look back at the popular event and the hop farming industry it celebrates.

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Race win for Finn

Race win for Finn

Finn Smart-Weeden clinched a class win at Cadwell Park during the NG Road Racing opening round.

Town's Christmas lights switch-on cancelled

Town's Christmas lights switch-on cancelled

Organisers of a Christmas lights switch-on have cancelled this year's event - believed to be one of the first to be scrapped in the county.

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Neighbours' anger as MP's trees 'leave homes in darkness'

Neighbours' anger as MP's trees 'leave homes in darkness'

Residents are locked in a dispute with an MP and her husband over a canopy of trees that is allegedly leaving one home in 'perpetual twilight'.

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Dentist charging patients extra £25 for PPE costs

Dentist charging patients extra £25 for PPE costs

A chain of dental surgeries has been accused of "exploiting" the Covid-19 crisis by charging some patients £25 to cover PPE costs.

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Shepherd Neame's 400-year water supply 'under serious threat'

Shepherd Neame's 400-year water supply 'under serious threat'

Britain's oldest brewery has objected to plans for a major development on nearby land - raising fears over contamination of its water supply.

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Car fire on M2

Car fire on M2

Fire crews have tackled a car ablaze on the M2.

Finn in the points

Finn in the points

Faversham’s Finn Smart-Weeden picked up his first points in the British Junior Supersport Championship at Snetterton.

Town's first Aldi set to open within months

Town's first Aldi set to open within months

A new Aldi supermarket will soon be opening its doors for the first time - creating 50 jobs.

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Chimes are changing for church bells

Chimes are changing for church bells

A church has fallen silent for the first time in nearly a century with the removal of its historic bells for restoration.

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Historic carnival pulled from 2020 calendar

Historic carnival pulled from 2020 calendar

A long-running carnival parade which draws in hundreds of spectators each year has been cancelled.

M2 slip road closed as water main bursts

M2 slip road closed as water main bursts

A motorway slip road had to be shut while emergency repairs were carried out on a burst water main.

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Man knocked out as he tried to break up row between women

Man knocked out as he tried to break up row between women

A man was punched unconscious as he tried to break up a late-night row between two women.

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Old factory site now 105-home housing estate

Old factory site now 105-home housing estate

A housing complex built on the site of a redundant industrial estate which used to manufacture garden furniture is now complete.

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Learning curve for young racer

Learning curve for young racer

Finn Smart-Weeden described his weekend racing as “mega” after taking part for the first time in the British Junior Supersport Championship.

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