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Closed garden centre left counting the cost

Closed garden centre left counting the cost

A managing director says her business could have been expected to make up to £150,000 at the weekend if it hadn't been forced to close by coronavirus.

Debenhams to go into administration

Debenhams to go into administration

Struggling department store Debenhams has confirmed it will appoint administrators.

Surprise visit for police-mad youngster

Surprise visit for police-mad youngster

A lad studying the role of police during home lessons was treated to more than just a few answers to his questions.

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End it now, say Fleet

End it now, say Fleet

Ebbsfleet United have declared that they are in favour of the National League being finished immediately.

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Thousands give views on UK's longest road tunnel

Thousands give views on UK's longest road tunnel

The latest round of consultation for views on the Lower Thames Crossing have closed but not before 6,000 people gave their views.

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'Others are getting flights home, where's ours?'

'Others are getting flights home, where's ours?'

A family trapped in a remote Indian village say they have had no support as citizens from other countries fly home.

Debenhams facing administration amid virus crisis

Debenhams facing administration amid virus crisis

Struggling chain Debenhams is considering entering administration amidst the coronavirus outbreak.

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Hospital fundraiser smashes target

Hospital fundraiser smashes target

An online fundraiser to support health workers reached its initial target within days of being set up.

Enjoy the sunshine at home

Enjoy the sunshine at home

People are being urged to avoid the temptation of heading out to enjoy the sunshine this weekend, but stay at home and save lives.

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Hospice in desperate need of donations

Hospice in desperate need of donations

A charity which provides hospice care is appealing for help following predictions of a £1.1millon fall in financial support.

Ships sound horns in salute to NHS

Ships sound horns in salute to NHS

Vessels docked along the Thames sounded their horns as part of the second weekly Clap For Our Carers

Watch dramatic cliff rescue

Watch dramatic cliff rescue

This is the moment officers used their own uniform to help hoist a man to safety after he was found dangling from a cliff face.

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Food parcels for the vulnerable

Food parcels for the vulnerable

The council is offering support to those most in need during the coronavirus lockdown.

Chinese takeaway delivers £600 meal to hospital staff

Chinese takeaway delivers £600 meal to hospital staff

A restaurant wanted to support NHS staff and thank them for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Teacher launches drive to help NHS

Teacher launches drive to help NHS

Joanne Richards and an small army of friends are helping to supply NHS staff with packages of food and treats.

Teen robbed at knifepoint on High Street

Teen robbed at knifepoint on High Street

two men have appeared in court after a 19-year-old was forced to withdraw cash at knifepoint.

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140-year-old rugby club could fold

140-year-old rugby club could fold

A 140-year-old community sports club is faced with closure after missing out on a vital government grant.

Council pledges business support

Council pledges business support

Gravesham council has pledged to support businesses through prompt payment throughout the coronavirus outbreak.

Council slammed over Thames Crossing response

Council slammed over Thames Crossing response

Those most affected by the Lower Thames Crossing are being ignored says their ward councillor.

'It just gives them one less thing to worry about'

'It just gives them one less thing to worry about'

More than £1,500 has been raised to help NHS staff have a meal during this stressful period.

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