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'I'm honestly scared to go to work at the moment...'

'I'm honestly scared to go to work at the moment...'

A union demands workers get sick pay at a salad factory if they catch Covid while staff say they are scared to go to work after two people died.

Luxury seaside development wins top award

Luxury seaside development wins top award

A plush seaview development has been crowned the best at a prestigious awards night.

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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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Pub saved from demolition as Razor invests

Pub saved from demolition as Razor invests

An historic pub is to reopen soon after a group of investors including former footballer Razor Ruddock saved the site from demolition.

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We went shopping on 'Wild Wednesday' in Kent's Covid capital

We went shopping on 'Wild Wednesday' in Kent's Covid capital

Experts said shoppers would flood to town centres as the second lockdown ended. So we visited Kent's coronavirus hotspot to see what it was like.

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More financial support offered to businesses

More financial support offered to businesses

Gravesham businesses can apply for grants of up to £3,000 in support to help them through the latest Covid-19 lockdown.

'Oscar' for housebuilding firm

'Oscar' for housebuilding firm

A small firm building which designs luxury homes has won a top award.

Michelin-starred couple to turn around pub tarnished by sex offender boss

Michelin-starred couple to turn around pub tarnished by sex offender boss

The owners of an award-winning pub are hoping to restore a village inn left empty by a former boss convicted of hoarding child sex abuse images.

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KFC to close high street branch

KFC to close high street branch

Fast food giant KFC says its Chatham High Street branch has closed.

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Salon teams up with town traders for advent calendar giveaway

Salon teams up with town traders for advent calendar giveaway

A hairdressers has teamed up with other traders to offer free prizes in a bid to drum up support for local businesses this Christmas.

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Salad factory worker dies after contracting Covid

Salad factory worker dies after contracting Covid

A union has called for mass testing at a food factory which supplies salads for Marks and Spencer after an employee died of coronavirus.

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Leisure centre to permanently shut

Leisure centre to permanently shut

A gym and leisure centre is to close its doors due to the ongoing financial impact of the coronavirus.

Lower Thames Crossing now more expensive per mile than HS2

Lower Thames Crossing now more expensive per mile than HS2

The cost of the Lower Thames Crossing has increased by 54% to £8bn before plans have been submitted - and it's now more expensive per mile than HS2.

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Council's woodland 'counter plan' to stop new homes development

Council's woodland 'counter plan' to stop new homes development

Land that has failed go get planning permission for 100 new homes has attracted the interest of a council that wants to create a community woodland

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Topshop and Burton owner Arcadia collapses

Topshop and Burton owner Arcadia collapses

About 13,000 jobs are at risk after Sir Philip Green's retail empire Arcadia entered administration.

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Fight at supermarket over mask comment

Fight at supermarket over mask comment

A fight kicked off in a supermarket between a school boy and a man after comments were made about masks and social distancing.

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Tier 3 casts 'limbo' frustration on theatre

Tier 3 casts 'limbo' frustration on theatre

New Covid restrictions are just another blow for a theatre that was working on a festive filled December schedule that now can't happen

Supermarket faces festive delivery strike threat

Supermarket faces festive delivery strike threat

A supermarket giant could find deliveries to its stores hit over Christmas due to planned strike action by drivers.

The bus service of the future?

The bus service of the future?

A bus company has launched a new service in one area of the county where customers can get the bus to come to them when they want, via an app.

'Tram system could solve city's traffic woes'

'Tram system could solve city's traffic woes'

A council leader says 'no idea is off the table' as he bids to come up with solutions to solve traffic gridlock - including a possible tram system.

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