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PM confirms mass vaccine centre for towns

PM confirms mass vaccine centre for towns

The Prime Minister has confirmed the government is working on opening a mass Covid vaccination site in more Kent towns.

People trespassing on railway 'on the rise'

People trespassing on railway 'on the rise'

Bosses at a light railway are urging people to stay off the tracks following a rise in the number of people trespassing.

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Security guard recalls argument in cemetery on night of killing

Security guard recalls argument in cemetery on night of killing

Two people accused of murdering a homeless man in a grave yard were heard rowing with someone in the area on the night he was beaten to death

'Gentle soul and true gentleman' died suddenly aged 40

'Gentle soul and true gentleman' died suddenly aged 40

Tributes have been paid to a 'true gentleman' who had spent many years homeless before finally getting his own home.

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1980s vs 2020s: How things have changed

1980s vs 2020s: How things have changed

Advances in technology mean our lives have changed dramatically over the last four decades - here we take a look at some of the biggest differences.

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One of Kent's oldest pubs set for relaunch

One of Kent's oldest pubs set for relaunch

A historic pub is getting a £100,000 facelift in time to re-open when Covid restrictions are lifted.

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Court battles and Twitter scandals: What crime commissioners do - and does anyone care?

Court battles and Twitter scandals: What crime commissioners do - and does anyone care?

From High Court battles to Twitter scandals, the world of police commissioners has been pretty dramatic for one few seem to care about.

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The virtual events in Kent to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

The virtual events in Kent to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

The annual day to remember the millions killed during genocides will be marked with online events across Kent - here's how you can show your respects.

'They're cashing in on Covid deaths'

'They're cashing in on Covid deaths'

An undertaker has hit out at a council's plans to cut the duration of its cremation services while maintaining the same price.

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Vaccine saves Hazlitt Theatre - for now

Vaccine saves Hazlitt Theatre - for now

Maidstone council has formerly reversed its decision to cancel its contract with a theatre management company, ending fears of closure.

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'Wolf Moon' to light up the sky

'Wolf Moon' to light up the sky

A "full wolf moon' is set to grace Kent later this week – but just what is it exactly and where can you see it?

Council offering sandbags to those at risk of flooding

Council offering sandbags to those at risk of flooding

People living in homes that are vulnerable to flooding are being invited to claim free sandbags to help protect their properties ahead of more rain.

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Why Gurdwara is lit up green

Why Gurdwara is lit up green

This is why one of the largest Gurdwara's outside of India has been illuminated green.

Giving up the goods: Prison gets x-ray scanner

Giving up the goods: Prison gets x-ray scanner

Jail staff have a new means of stopping drugs and mobile phones entering the cell blocks.

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Terrifying photos of masked knife-man who held up shop

Terrifying photos of masked knife-man who held up shop

These terrifying photos show the scene confronting a shop worker as a masked knife-man burst in.

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PM 'deeply sorry' as Covid death toll passes 100,000

PM 'deeply sorry' as Covid death toll passes 100,000

The Prime Minister says he is "deeply sorry for every life that has been lost" to Covid-19 as the UK recorded more than 100,000 coronavirus deaths.

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Neighbours' fears over takeaway plans

Neighbours' fears over takeaway plans

Parking, traffic and late night opening hours are among neighbours' concerns over a new takeaway.

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Autopsies could take place digitally in Kent as deaths pass 100k

Autopsies could take place digitally in Kent as deaths pass 100k

Autopsies determining a person's cause of death could take place digitally in Kent as the UK coronavirus death toll exceeds 100,000 people.

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'Just be a friendly neighbour'

'Just be a friendly neighbour'

People are being urged to keep an eye out for a homeless man who is back on the streets following a stay in hospital.

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Screen-shot saw tenant live rent free for six weeks

Screen-shot saw tenant live rent free for six weeks

A home owner was left £1,551 out of pocket after a lettings agent handed over the keys to his property based on a screen-shot of a bank transfer.

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