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Harrowing 999 call as woman's home burns down

Harrowing 999 call as woman's home burns down

Parts of a harrowing 999 call have been played in a new fire safety video which reveals how a family escaped their burning home.

Animal park to finally reopen doors

Animal park to finally reopen doors

A popular animal reserve is set to reopen its doors after lockdown ends.

Father and daughter jump from balcony during house fire

Father and daughter jump from balcony during house fire

A father is raising awareness of smoke alarms after his family's home was destroyed in a huge fire.

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Man charged after racist graffiti written on wall

Man charged after racist graffiti written on wall

A man has been charged after 'racially aggravated' graffiti was scrawled on a wall.

People urged to stay away as fire crews tackle house blaze

People urged to stay away as fire crews tackle house blaze

People are being urged to avoid a road while fire crews tackle a blaze at a three-storey house.

Kent charity helps relocate three young elephant 'Tuskers'

Kent charity helps relocate three young elephant 'Tuskers'

Three young elephant Tuskers - an elephant with tusks weighing 45kg+ - have been moved to new homes to secure their genetics in South Africa.

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Two injured in crash between truck and car

Two injured in crash between truck and car

Two people have been taken to hospital after a crash.

'Range' of leisure activities planned for lake

'Range' of leisure activities planned for lake

Plans have emerged to make a lake at a closed racecourse the 'heart' of a new 10,000 housing development.

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Ambitious £3 million hotel revamp gets go ahead

Ambitious £3 million hotel revamp gets go ahead

A £3 million hotel revamp is to go ahead after developers were granted planning permission.

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Help needed to feed 1,300 hungry mouths at animal parks

Help needed to feed 1,300 hungry mouths at animal parks

A plea has been launched to help feed animals at two animal parks during lockdown, as well as helping rescue animals from across the world.

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Restaurant is awarded three AA Rosettes

Restaurant is awarded three AA Rosettes

A couple are celebrating the 'amazing' news that their restaurant has been awarded three coveted AA Rosettes.

Town mayor swaps long hair for buzzcut

Town mayor swaps long hair for buzzcut

A town mayor has removed 36 inches of her long locks in memory of her best friend's mum and to raise money for charity.

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Covid test uncertainty leads to postponement

Covid test uncertainty leads to postponement

Hythe Town’s Kent derby with Sittingbourne was postponed minutes before kick-off amid uncertainty over Covid tests.

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Covid-19 sees council shut office

Covid-19 sees council shut office

A town council has been forced to shut its offices after at least one coronavirus case.

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Burglars raid popular café

Burglars raid popular café

Police and forensic vehicles have been seen after burglars raided a café.

Wesley Shrubsole angling: Another record for Dave as he lands record-breaking red fish

Wesley Shrubsole angling: Another record for Dave as he lands record-breaking red fish

Dymchurch angler and guide Dave Wood-Brignall has added another highlight to his CV.

It's different this year

It's different this year

Hythe boss Steve Watt explains why the league will take longer to settle down this season and pays tribute to Alex Brown.

FA Trophy and Isthmian League round-up

FA Trophy and Isthmian League round-up

Hythe Town won a dramatic penalty shoot-out against rivals Ashford to progress in the FA Trophy.

New luxury overnight stay with leopards and rhinos

New luxury overnight stay with leopards and rhinos

Families and couples will soon be able to stay the night at a wild animal park in striking new wigwams.

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Wesley Shrubsole angling: 'It all went heavy and bingo!'

Wesley Shrubsole angling: 'It all went heavy and bingo!'

Here is one angler who should buy a lotto ticket!

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