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Concerns for missing teenager

Concerns for missing teenager

A teenager has gone missing which has prompted police to issue an appeal to help try and trace him as they are concerned for his welfare.

Rival café 'will force us to leave park'

Rival café 'will force us to leave park'

Café owners say plans for a new venue will ruin their business and claim they've had no help trying to stay at their base.

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More homes on the way

More homes on the way

The latest phase of housing development on a former Kent airfield has begun.

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Residents' anger at 18m phone mast

Residents' anger at 18m phone mast

Villagers are upset at 'inadequate consultation" over plans to erect a phone mast by their busy crossroads.

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Good news for electric car drivers

Good news for electric car drivers

A council is to install electric charging points in six of its car parks this spring.

950-home plan will more than double size of village

950-home plan will more than double size of village

Villagers fear their community will be swamped by a massive new development and they have just a couple of weeks to make their feelings known.

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Quarry to be transformed into lakeside 'later living' village

Quarry to be transformed into lakeside 'later living' village

More than 400 homes for older people could be built on a huge plot that has been a quarry for more than 100 years.

Dad fell down stairs and died after night out

Dad fell down stairs and died after night out

A 54-year-old hit his head after a night of drinking at a barn dance, days before he was about to start a new job.

School's time capsule vanishes

School's time capsule vanishes

As work takes place to demolish a village school, a bid to find and save its 26-year-old time capsule has failed.

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Dragons' Den star backs MP as future party leader

Dragons' Den star backs MP as future party leader

Dragons' Den star Deborah Meaden has backed Kent MP Tom Tugendhat to be the next Conservative leader.

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'The monster that caused his pain and suffering has the gall to ask for day release'

'The monster that caused his pain and suffering has the gall to ask for day release'

The biological 'mother' who almost killed her weeks-old baby has applied for day release.

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'Neighbour from hell' jailed after daily threats and abuse

'Neighbour from hell' jailed after daily threats and abuse

A neighbour from hell who subjected nearby families to daily threats and abuse has been jailed for a year.

Council leader sees work begin

Council leader sees work begin

The transformation of the former Aylesford Newsprint site into a £180m state-of-the-art logistics centre is under way.

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Pub gets makeover and new name

Pub gets makeover and new name

A pub is offering a gift of wild-flower seeds to the fist 300 customers when it re-opens with a new name next month.

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Riding school owner faces selling horses after £5k fine

Riding school owner faces selling horses after £5k fine

A horse riding instructor faces selling off her animals after a court fined her for running an unlicensed business.

Acre of woodland home to family of foxes destroyed in a day

Acre of woodland home to family of foxes destroyed in a day

Residents have been left in shock after heavy machinery destroyed a much loved view in a matter of hours.

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Viral TikTok claims car dealership 'hogging' electric charging spaces

Viral TikTok claims car dealership 'hogging' electric charging spaces

A car dealership has been accused of hogging charging points intended for shoppers, with one witness using TikTok to prove her claim.

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Semi-pro gamer who 'would light up room' died playing Xbox

Semi-pro gamer who 'would light up room' died playing Xbox

A mum has paid tribute to her semi-professional gamer daughter who died while playing Xbox with friends.

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Aldi store to close for renovation work

Aldi store to close for renovation work

A store that has only been open for five years is shutting so a new layout can be created.

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Collapsed riverside footpath set to stay shut longer

Collapsed riverside footpath set to stay shut longer

Plans to fix a dangerous subsided footpath have been delayed for another nine months.

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