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‘Landslide won’t close my chip shop’

‘Landslide won’t close my chip shop’

A fish and chip shop is set to stay open despite two huge landslides behind the property.

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Man set fire to Co-op in revenge attack with staff still inside

Man set fire to Co-op in revenge attack with staff still inside

A would-be thief tackled by a Co-op boss as he tried to steal alcohol later returned to the shop and set it on fire in a terrifying revenge attack.

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Suspect in 'hit-and-run' death of boy, 7, bailed until summer

Suspect in 'hit-and-run' death of boy, 7, bailed until summer

A man arrested in connection with the suspected hit-and-run death of a seven-year-old boy has had his bail extended until the summer.

‘Shaking’ man tried to smuggle £280k of monkey dust in VW Polo

‘Shaking’ man tried to smuggle £280k of monkey dust in VW Polo

A 64-year-old man was shaking with nerves as he tried to smuggle a huge stash of a drug commonly known as monkey dust.

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Police called to council meeting after Gaza protest

Police called to council meeting after Gaza protest

A council meeting was adjourned after activists began heckling councillors over the Israel-Gaza war.

Large emergency response after man collapses in street

Large emergency response after man collapses in street

A man has been taken to hospital in a serious condition after collapsing in a street.

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Couple unearth amazing 50m underground tunnel hidden in garden

Couple unearth amazing 50m underground tunnel hidden in garden

A couple have gone viral after they discovered an impressive, secret 50m deep wartime tunnel in their back garden.

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Last remnant of tragic pilot’s plane to go on display in Kent

Last remnant of tragic pilot’s plane to go on display in Kent

A fragment from legendary aviator Amy Johnson’s stricken plane will go on show at a Kent museum after being sold off at auction.

Crackdown on town’s illegal nicotine trade uncovers numerous hauls

Crackdown on town’s illegal nicotine trade uncovers numerous hauls

A crackdown on a town’s illegal nicotine trade revealed numerous shops were holding potentially dangerous contraband.

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Confident Invicta boss is looking upwards

Confident Invicta boss is looking upwards

Folkestone Invicta manager Andy Drury is confident of pulling clear of the Isthmian Premier danger zone.

Seven new traders set to open at popular Harbour Arm

Seven new traders set to open at popular Harbour Arm

Seven new businesses including a sushi bar and homeware store are set to open at a tourist hotspot.

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Family create roadside tribute for ‘beautiful’ girl, 16, killed in crash

Family create roadside tribute for ‘beautiful’ girl, 16, killed in crash

The heartbroken family of a “beautiful” 16-year-old girl killed in a horror crash have created a roadside tribute in her memory.

End of an era as iconic bus restaurant is towed away

End of an era as iconic bus restaurant is towed away

A landmark blue bus which served as a Greek restaurant has been towed away for good after eight years.

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Margaret’s terrific triple

Margaret’s terrific triple

History is thought to have been made by Margaret Connolly having qualified to be part of England Athletics’ age-group team – in three races!

Trees tumble beneath clifftop house as road hit by second landslide

Trees tumble beneath clifftop house as road hit by second landslide

Pictures show the aftermath of a huge landslide under a clifftop house – the second to have occurred on the same road in less than a month.

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Town's name spelt wrongly in road marking blunder

Town's name spelt wrongly in road marking blunder

A blunder which saw a town’s name emblazoned incorrectly on a road surface has left residents scratching their heads.

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Fresh images show how beleaguered bus station will become green space

Fresh images show how beleaguered bus station will become green space

Fresh images show a council’s radical multi-million-pound plan to revamp a beleaguered bus station into a town centre park.

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Dad heartbroken after ‘beautiful’ daughter, 16, killed in crash

Dad heartbroken after ‘beautiful’ daughter, 16, killed in crash

The devastated dad of a 16-year-old girl killed in a car crash has paid tribute to his “one-of-a-kind” daughter.

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Ray makes his point Down Under

Ray makes his point Down Under

Lydd’s Bradley Ray scored his first point of the new Superbike World Championship season - but it wasn’t plain sailing in Australia.

Fears historic hotel will ‘stick out like sore thumb’ if painted grey

Fears historic hotel will ‘stick out like sore thumb’ if painted grey

A historic hotel could be painted dark grey, despite fears it would “stick out like a sore thumb” at a coastal beauty spot.

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