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Emergency repairs close part of A20

Emergency repairs close part of A20

Motorists were advised to allow extra time for their journeys after part of the A20 was closed for emergency safety barrier repairs.

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Trainee teacher admits 'upskirting'

Trainee teacher admits 'upskirting'

A trainee teacher has admitted taking pictures up young girls' skirts and of making other "disgusting and obscene" images.

EKC Folkestone Campus: Inspiring and creating

EKC Folkestone Campus: Inspiring and creating

Sponsored editorial: Students at the EKC Folkestone Campus are helping to breathe new life into Folkestone through art

Ter Horst 'still not right'

Ter Horst 'still not right'

Folkestone striker Johan ter Horst may need to take an extended break to get over his knee injury.

Thug admits claw hammer attack on women

Thug admits claw hammer attack on women

A man viciously attacked two women with a claw hammer leaving them nursing fractured skulls.

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Red flag warning at beach

Red flag warning at beach

People are being advised to stay out of the water at a beach in the county today.

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Crash caused motorway delays

Crash caused motorway delays

There were lengthy hold-ups on M20 in both directions after a car crashed into the central reservation.

Crash leaves car feet from front door

Crash leaves car feet from front door

A man's been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after a crash involving a van and a parked car.

Trawler race set to draw in masses

Trawler race set to draw in masses

Things are about to get fishy in a Kent seaside town today with an annual trawler race.

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Man who died fleeing police due in court for series of crimes

Man who died fleeing police due in court for series of crimes

A man who died trying to escape police from a second floor window was wanted in connection with a series of crimes.

Driver jailed after smuggling father and daughter in 'coffin'

Driver jailed after smuggling father and daughter in 'coffin'

A driver has been jailed after trying to smuggle a father and daughter in an "astonishingly dangerous" coffin-style box in a van.

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Parking tickets issued on air show day double usual amount

Parking tickets issued on air show day double usual amount

Almost 140 motorists were handed fines on the day of a popular air show, a district council has announced.

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Arrest after pursuit on motorway

Arrest after pursuit on motorway

Police have arrested a man in connection with an alleged burglary after stopping a car on the motorway.

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Seagulls are out of control, says ex Bill Oddie cameraman

Seagulls are out of control, says ex Bill Oddie cameraman

A TV cameraman who worked with Bill Oddie told how the coast's soaring numbers of noisy and fierce seagulls needs to be curbed.

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Plants alight on cliff

Plants alight on cliff

Two engines rushed to the scene of a fire involving plants on a cliff near a seaside town.

Rowland good fit for Invicta

Rowland good fit for Invicta

Neil Cugley admits he signed striker Kane Rowland because it was simply too good an opportunity to miss.

'Thief' flees after doodling wig passport snap

'Thief' flees after doodling wig passport snap

A would-be-thief broke into a car and fled empty handed – after spending a moment to doodle a wig on the owner’s passport photo.

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Landmark flats earmarked for demolition

Landmark flats earmarked for demolition

Work to knock down five prominent blocks of flats could begin in just a few weeks time, if plans for demolition are agreed by a council.

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Jellyfish sightings drop at beaches after bad weather

Jellyfish sightings drop at beaches after bad weather

A coastal rescue charity say the presence of jellyfish along part of the Kent coast has diminished after the weekend's bad weather.

District celebrates its third Green Flag park

District celebrates its third Green Flag park

A park in Kent has been recognised for its quality with a national award - making it the third in its district.

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