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'We want a better environment'

'We want a better environment'

A businessman says the council must pick up its game over litter.

Tony is the Pride of Britain

Tony is the Pride of Britain

A six-year-old boy who inspired the nation when he raised more than £1.2m during his 10km walk has been recognised in the Pride of Britain Awards.

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Fraudster jailed over mail scam

Fraudster jailed over mail scam

A swindler who used other people's addresses to get hold of deliveries of high-end goods has been locked up.

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Crash shuts carriageway

Crash shuts carriageway

The eastbound carriageway of the M26 has been closed following a crash.

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Car auction to go on trial after man seriously hurt

Car auction to go on trial after man seriously hurt

A car auction will go on trial after a man was flown to hospital having been hit by a vehicle on a ramp.

Business owner calls out lorry drivers for constant litter

Business owner calls out lorry drivers for constant litter

The owner of a snack bar has said it is a 'constant battle' to keep the area outside his business clean as drivers continue to dump rubbish.

Three-mile queues on M20 after lanes blocked

Three-mile queues on M20 after lanes blocked

Two incidents on the London-bound M20 caused delays and lane closures.

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MP reacts to rotten stench

MP reacts to rotten stench

Families are still being subjected to a nauseous smell emanating from a new anaerobic digester plant.

Community 'feels threatened' by development plans

Community 'feels threatened' by development plans

An MP has been told her Government's housing push is a "denial of local democracy".

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15-mile queues after lorry and van crash

15-mile queues after lorry and van crash

The air ambulance was called to a crash between a lorry and van which led to the closure of a motorway.

Pottery school given extra six months to find new home

Pottery school given extra six months to find new home

A pottery school for adults with learning disabilities forced to find a new home has been given extra time get a different base.

Crossing crash driver jailed for five years

Crossing crash driver jailed for five years

The man behind the wheel of a car he had taken without the owner's consent that ploughed into three women on a zebra crossing has been jailed.

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Kent's Barry Hawkins eases past Igor Figueiredo at the English Open

Kent's Barry Hawkins eases past Igor Figueiredo at the English Open

Hopes of a maiden Home Nations event title are alive and kicking for Barry Hawkins after beating Igor Figueiredo in the English Open first round.

Family's narrow escape as yobs attack car

Family's narrow escape as yobs attack car

A family were lucky to escape serious injury after children smashed their car roof with an object hurled from a bridge.

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Football club has all its kit stolen

Football club has all its kit stolen

A team for dads who have suffered the loss of a baby have been targeted by thieves.

Residents' misery over 'rotten eggs' smell

Residents' misery over 'rotten eggs' smell

The testing of a new anaerobic digestion plant has been blamed for a widespread unpleasant pong.

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'They are devastated, this is their community'

'They are devastated, this is their community'

A pottery school for adults with learning disabilities is searching for a new home, after being given six weeks notice to leave.

Optician saves woman's life after incorrect Covid-19 diagnosis

Optician saves woman's life after incorrect Covid-19 diagnosis

An optician is urging people not to neglect their eye tests after spotting a serious condition in a patient misdiagnosed with Covid-19.

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Community makes bar a success

Community makes bar a success

A village has saved its pub from conversion to housing, by buying it themselves.

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'I want to show people they can achieve anything'

'I want to show people they can achieve anything'

A musician with cerebral palsy has released his first single with the hope of inspiring others not to let disabilities overshadow their goals.

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