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Furly urgent: Cats face eviction if café closes

Furly urgent: Cats face eviction if café closes

Bosses from the county’s first cat café fear it could be forced to close in the new year - with its felines put into rescue shelters.

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Appeal for funds to help remember loving dad, 35

Appeal for funds to help remember loving dad, 35

A fundraiser has been launched to create a memorial for a loving dad-of-five who died at a supermarket.

Bus services restored after yobs shoot windows

Bus services restored after yobs shoot windows

Part of a popular Stagecoach route has been restored after it was declared a no-go zone.

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Emergency crews called to railway bridge

 Emergency crews called to railway bridge

A critical care ambulance joined paramedics and police at the scene of a 'medical incident'.

Covid-hit primary could stay shut until new year

Covid-hit primary could stay shut until new year

A primary school has closed after a spike in coronavirus cases - and it could stay shut until after Christmas.

100 new beach huts to cash in on Covid staycation boom

100 new beach huts to cash in on Covid staycation boom

More than 100 new beach huts could be built along the coast - with council bosses hoping to raise £2 million from the sales.

New crematorium ‘would end long journeys for mourners’

New crematorium ‘would end long journeys for mourners’

Plans to build a town’s first crematorium have been revealed – as developers claim it will prevent mourners from travelling miles to attend services.

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Smith unsure on football's return

Smith unsure on football's return

Herne Bay boss Ben Smith has reservations over the return of Isthmian South East football.

Teen station heroes 'an inspiration'

Teen station heroes 'an inspiration'

Six teens who saved a suicidal young man's life at a station have been thanked by the government's Rail Minister for their "bravery and compassion".

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Third of school isolating as head warns of weekly Covid cases

Third of school isolating as head warns of weekly Covid cases

A Kent head teacher believes new coronavirus cases at his school could become a weekly occurrence.

‘Covid left me in 23-day coma and with PTSD - but I won't be beaten'

‘Covid left me in 23-day coma and with PTSD - but I won't be beaten'

A dad left battling coronavirus in hospital for 95 days has spoken about its effects - as the phenomenon of Long Covid spreads across Kent.

Person struck by train was man in 40s

Person struck by train was man in 40s

Police have confirmed a person who died after being hit by a train yesterday morning was a man aged in his 40s.

Floodgates closed as wind forecast sparks concern

Floodgates closed as wind forecast sparks concern

Strong winds along the coast have prompted local authority bosses to close a number of floodgates amid fears of high tides.

Person dies after being hit by train

Person dies after being hit by train

Police have confirmed a person struck by a train this morning has sadly been pronounced dead at the scene.

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Sainsbury's collapse victim was doting dad-of-five

Sainsbury's collapse victim was doting dad-of-five

A 35-year-old family man will be remembered as a loveable joker with a bubbly character following his tragic death at a supermarket.

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Crash fears as lockdown sparks woodland visitor rise

Crash fears as lockdown sparks woodland visitor rise

A spike in trips to woodland has seen scores of motorists leave their cars along a road dubbed “accident alley” – prompting fears of a fatal crash.

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Helicopter crashed after pilot distracted by open door

Helicopter crashed after pilot distracted by open door

A helicopter crash that left three people injured happened after an aircraft door was left open forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing.

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Hapless thieves in high-vis jackets steal tree

Hapless thieves in high-vis jackets steal tree

Two thieves sporting luminous yellow tore a bright red tree from a pot outside a home - before dumping it in a bin.

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260 pupils sent home to self-isolate

260 pupils sent home to self-isolate

School bosses have sent home 260 pupils to self-isolate after a child tested positive for Covid-19.

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Man in 30s died after collapsing at supermarket

Man in 30s died after collapsing at supermarket

A man in his 30s tragically died after collapsing at a supermarket, emergency services have confirmed.

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