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Final decision on anti-social behaviour orders due

Final decision on anti-social behaviour orders due

Councillors are expected to finalise tonight how new anti-social behaviour crackdown measures will be enforced, set to be activated tonight.

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Musical theatre singer cast as panto prince

Musical theatre singer cast as panto prince

A Britain's Got Talent winner has been announced as the first star to be cast in a brand new pantomime.

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Award winning restaurant reveals plans to expand

Award winning restaurant reveals plans to expand

Plans to expand a popular Kent restaurant - headed by a Michelin starred chef - have been revealed.

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I thought we'd lose more!

I thought we'd lose more!

Agreeing new deals with so many of his squad came as a shock to Folkestone boss Neil Cugley.

MP targets Jeremy Kyle after host dodges reality TV inquiry

MP targets Jeremy Kyle after host dodges reality TV inquiry

An MP is calling on Jeremy Kyle to appear before a government inquiry after the TV host said he would dodge questioning by a commons committee.

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Library still closed - a week after flooding

Library still closed - a week after flooding

Work to re-open a library - which closed after last week's severe weather caused it to badly flood - is currently under-way.

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Venue secures first commercial pantomime

Venue secures first commercial pantomime

An annual community pantomime will no longer be performed in the winter months, after theatre bosses secured the venue's first commercial pantomime.

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Neil Cugley: Still going strong

Neil Cugley: Still going strong

Listen as Neil Cugley re-lives the highlights of his extraordinary career - and the devastating low point when tragedy struck on the pitch.

One man in hospital after dinghy capsizes

One man in hospital after dinghy capsizes

A lifeboat in the right place at the right time abandoned training when a real-life emergency took hold.

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Graffiti turns area into 'shanty town'

Graffiti turns area into 'shanty town'

A council has been forced to remove thousands of graffiti tags from around people's homes.

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Officer injured in search for man

Officer injured in search for man

A police officer was taken to hospital after she was injured searching for a distressed man.

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Artist to urinate on picture of Donald Trump

Artist to urinate on picture of Donald Trump

A performance artist will celebrate the US President's birthday by getting an intimate piercing and urinating on an image of the politician.

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When will the Red Arrows fly over Kent?

When will the Red Arrows fly over Kent?

More details for this year's Red Arrows visit to a Kent seaside town have been revealed.

Fears 'town will die' after losing Debenhams

Fears 'town will die' after losing Debenhams

A couple have set up a petition to save their local Debenhams over fears the town centre will die without it.

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Property auctioneer receives royal recognition

Property auctioneer receives royal recognition

A Kent property auctioneer has been highlighted in the Queen's birthday honours.

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Car flips over in crash

Car flips over in crash

A Mini was left on its roof after a head-on collision.

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Full line up for outdoor cinema revealed

Full line up for outdoor cinema revealed

A whole range of movies sure to please all films fans will play at an outdoor cinema this summer.

Man charged with people smuggling

Man charged with people smuggling

A man has been charged after six Iranians, including a minor, were found on a boat heading for the English coast.

Drunk's toy gun attack caught on CCTV

Drunk's toy gun attack caught on CCTV

The "terrifying" moment a raging drunk threatened a bouncer and bar owner with a toy gun has been revealed after CCTV footage emerged.

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Boris gets the backing of Kent MP in leadership bid

Boris gets the backing of Kent MP in leadership bid

A Kent MP has become the first in the county to back Boris Johnson to be the next Prime Minister.

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