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Traffic marshalls keep McDonald's queues under control

Traffic marshalls keep McDonald's queues under control

Security guards have been drafted in to make sure roads aren't blocked as more Mcdonald's drive-thrus open today.

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McDonald's will reopen despite fears of traffic chaos near hospital

McDonald's will reopen despite fears of traffic chaos near hospital

A Drive Thru will reopen tomorrow even though an MP has voiced concerns it will lead to huge traffic queues on a main route to a hospital.

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Inside a socially-distanced primary on the first day back

Inside a socially-distanced primary on the first day back

A playing field has been divided up using hazard tape and separate entrances marked with colourful footprints at a newly-adapted primary school.

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Secret Service 'gentle giant' never got to meet his daughter

Secret Service 'gentle giant' never got to meet his daughter

A former police officer who worked for the secret service suffered a suspected heart attack at the wheel of his car, leading to a fatal crash.

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Running man facing a gruelling finale

Running man facing a gruelling finale

Joshua Weller is gearing up for a 49.6km run and the completion of an epic challenge.

MP asks McDonald's to delay reopening

MP asks McDonald's to delay reopening

The MP for Chatham and Aylesford has written to a fast food chain, asking them to reconsider reopening a particular branch for now.

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MP voices frustration over Cummings row

MP voices frustration over Cummings row

One of the county's most prominent politicians says the Dominic Cummings lockdown saga has left her "frustrated, cross and confused".

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Firefighters use beaters to put out barn blaze

Firefighters use beaters to put out barn blaze

The fire service was alerted to a barn alight this afternoon.

MP asks for clarity on churches reopening

MP asks for clarity on churches reopening

A Kent MP has asked the government whether it has considered the mental health benefits of reopening churches in lockdown.

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'I'm worried the pandemic will widen the rich-poor divide'

'I'm worried the pandemic will widen the rich-poor divide'

The owner of a cleaning business who is now having to claim Universal Credit is concerned about the financial impact of the coronavirus crisis.

Hospice secures regular PPE supply but staff remain 'very alert'

Hospice secures regular PPE supply but staff remain 'very alert'

A hospice which looks after hundreds of terminally ill patients is at last getting regular PPE drop-offs, but staff are "still mindful all the time".

Fire crews tackle scrubland blaze

Fire crews tackle scrubland blaze

Firefighters spent nearly five hours tacking a blaze after an area of scrubland caught alight on a rural road.

Right-wing extremist admits terror charges

Right-wing extremist admits terror charges

A man who downloaded guides to making explosives and guns received a suspended sentence at the Old Bailey.

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M26 lorry park plans dropped

M26 lorry park plans dropped

The decision to abandon the £5 million Operation Brock scheme has been welcomed by a Kent MP.

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'We will be forever grateful to them'

'We will be forever grateful to them'

A family-run village pub has been transformed thanks to a group of tireless volunteers.

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'I cannot eliminate the risk, I can only do all I can to reduce it'

'I cannot eliminate the risk, I can only do all I can to reduce it'

A head teacher's plan for reopening his school includes pupils only being taught for an hour-and-a-half and no playtime.

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Decrease in fly-tipping reports in borough

Decrease in fly-tipping reports in borough

Kent has seen an overall rise in fly-tipping during lockdown but in one area of the county, the number of reports has actually fallen.

Watch the moment WW2 bomb is blown up

Watch the moment WW2 bomb is blown up

There have been three WW2 bombs discovered in a Kent village in 12 months. Meet the team whose job it is to safely detonate wartime munition.

'I was annoyed with coronavirus for messing things up'

'I was annoyed with coronavirus for messing things up'

Primary school pupil have spoken about missing friends, their coronavirus worries and the imaginative ways they're keeping busy while school is out.

Missing man is found

Missing man is found

Police searching for a 27-year-old man have today said he has been found safe and well.

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