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Thirty manhole covers stolen from one road

Thirty manhole covers stolen from one road

Police are hunting suspects who may have disguised themselves, after 30 manhole covers were stolen from one road.

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Murderer stalked friend's daughter after 32-year sentence

Murderer stalked friend's daughter after 32-year sentence

A murderer who began receiving letters from a friend's daughter when she was seven began stalking her when he was released from prison after 32 years.

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Armed Forces charity marks century of veteran support

Armed Forces charity marks century of veteran support

We look at 100 years of support provided by the Royal British Legion, and how the charity is marking the occasion.

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'Part of me doesn't want lockdown to end'

'Part of me doesn't want lockdown to end'

Ahead of lockdown easing on Monday, our reporter opens up about his anxieties over a return to 'normal' - and finds out he is not alone.

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The pagans pushing for marriage rule change

The pagans pushing for marriage rule change

Pagan weddings are not legally recognised due to a historic rule which was used to delegitimise weddings outside of Churches - but change is coming.

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'Don't be surprised if you see my restaurant blown up'

'Don't be surprised if you see my restaurant blown up'

Shocking video footage shows how a restaurant engulfed by flames after its owner drove a car into it collapsed as firefighters ran for their lives.

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Ex-Pfizer scientist to join anti-lockdown rally in Kent

Ex-Pfizer scientist to join anti-lockdown rally in Kent

An ex-Pfizer scientist who became a controversial anti-vaxxer is set to join a rally in the county today.

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Long delays at mass vaccine hub

Long delays at mass vaccine hub

Residents reported being told to 'come back Monday' by staff at a mass vaccine centre as they faced long waits for their Covid-19 jab.

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Queen rings bell for round two of house building fight

Queen rings bell for round two of house building fight

Kent is in the danger zone over house-building reforms after the government signalled a rule change to speed up development.

Man told friend 'my time on earth is done' before taking life

Man told friend 'my time on earth is done' before taking life

A man told a friend 'my time on earth is done' before being found dead in woodland, an inquest has heard.

Divers scour dockside for kilos of Class As

Divers scour dockside for kilos of Class As

Police divers have been spotted searching waters in a busy docks in connection with a major drugs investigation.

Lorry driver caught with £1m worth of cocaine

Lorry driver caught with £1m worth of cocaine

A lorry driver who was stopped by Border Force officers has been jailed after attempting to smuggle 24kg of cocaine into Kent.

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Child abuser jailed in landmark case

Child abuser jailed in landmark case

A child abuser who sexually abused a child has been jailed in a landmark case regarding the use of pre-recorded evidence.

Care home residents say cheers to their own pub

Care home residents say cheers to their own pub

A care home for people with dementia has brought the local to its residents by building its very own pub and tearoom in its gardens.

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Anti-migration protest announced

Anti-migration protest announced

An anti-asylum seeker group has announced plans to demonstrate in Kent later this month.

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Flood-hit pub-zoo to remain shut

Flood-hit pub-zoo to remain shut

The owner of a pub-cum-zoo has described the latest lockdown easing as 'tinged with sadness' as his pub is still unable to open due to floods.

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College locked down amid town centre incident

College locked down amid town centre incident

Students were barred from leaving college while police attended an incident in a town centre.

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Food bank's rent jumps from £10 to £16,000

Food bank's rent jumps from £10 to £16,000

An in-demand food bank is appealing for financial aid to help cover the cost of its new - and much larger - rental costs.

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Street food takeaway famed for its pulled pork coming to town

Street food takeaway famed for its pulled pork coming to town

The boss of a new eatery opening this month says "a lot of talented chefs" are moving from London to one corner of Kent.

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Inside night of terror at Kent prison

Inside night of terror at Kent prison

Pictures show the shocking result of a four-hour riot at one of Kent's biggest jails as more than a dozen inmates are sentenced.

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