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Sinkhole forces street closure

Sinkhole forces street closure

A road will remain closed for three weeks after a sinkhole opened up and started to spread.

Man jailed for knife-point robbery

Man jailed for knife-point robbery

Macus Sherriff jumped over a shop counter with a knife before stealing almost £900 in cash

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Work begins on new school

Work begins on new school

The construction of a new primary school has finally begun after being promised in 2017.

New tunnel plans to be unveiled

New tunnel plans to be unveiled

Highways chiefs have revised plans for the multi-billion pound Lower Thames Crossing, and are set to begin consultation.

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Spoons' two-drink limit for parents

Spoons' two-drink limit for parents

A branch of Wetherspoon has told parents they can only have two drinks if they have children with them following unruly behaviour.

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Watson: We must keep our cool

Watson: We must keep our cool

Ebbsfleet United boss Kevin Watson says indiscipline must be curbed if they are to stand a chance in their relegation battle.

Fleet sign midfielder

Fleet sign midfielder

Ebbsfleet have strengthened their squad by signing a player who featured in League 2 up until last week.

Watch the moment dolphins are rescued from Thames mud

Watch the moment dolphins are rescued from Thames mud

This is the moment lifeboat crews helped pull two dolphins from treacherous mudflats in the Thames.

Five arrested after town centre disturbance

Five arrested after town centre disturbance

Five people have been arrested after emergency services were called to a town centre for an incident which left two in hospital.

Traffic building after crash

Traffic building after crash

A crash on the A2 is causing long delays.

Train delays due to risk of platform collisions

Train delays due to risk of platform collisions

Potential collisions with rail platforms and mud beneath tracks are among the reasons for ongoing speed restrictions delaying services in north Kent

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Don't blame the referee

Don't blame the referee

Ebbsfleet United manager Kevin Watson had no complaints over stand-in referee Kirsty Dowle on Saturday.

'It's not good enough'

'It's not good enough'

Ebbsfleet boss Kevin Watson knows his team cannot afford to keep playing a man short.

Ross Kemp meets two of Kent's most violent criminals

Ross Kemp meets two of Kent's most violent criminals

Two men locked up for extremely violent crimes are sharing a cell at one of Britain's toughest prisons - where one jokes it is "light work".

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Report: Another red card for sorry Fleet

Report: Another red card for sorry Fleet

Ebbsfleet picked up their third red card in three games against Harrogate on Saturday.

Name a cockroach after your ex is back

Name a cockroach after your ex is back

A zoo is once again offering wounded lovers the chance to get revenge.

Driving ban for Bluewater drifters

Driving ban for Bluewater drifters

Friends Levi Thorne and Mason Reed have been banned from driving after performing stunts at Bluewater.

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Jermaine gives us the X Factor

Jermaine gives us the X Factor

Ebbsfleet United boss Kevin Watson thinks new signing Jermaine McGlashan could make the difference in battle for National League survival.

Pint-sized Picasso wins art competition

Pint-sized Picasso wins art competition

A five-year-old is an art centre's youngest ever artist to have an exhibition.

Last minute compromise on urgent care plans

Last minute compromise on urgent care plans

Health bosses have approved a compromise to split urgent care treatment between two Kent towns this afternoon.

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