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Former PM faces pupils' questions

Former PM faces pupils' questions

As Boris Johnson faces some tough questions amid partygate, a former Prime Minister has been quizzed by school pupils.

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Kent gin spotted at Downing Street lockdown party

Kent gin spotted at Downing Street lockdown party

The director of Copper Rivet Distillery says Dockyard Gin was on the table at a controversial gathering attended by Boris Johnson.

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Gun salute given royal approval

Gun salute given royal approval

A 21-gun royal salute will celebrate the Platinum Jubilee after being given the blessing of the Queen.

Gillingham in the market for a right-back as Robbie moves on

Gillingham in the market for a right-back as Robbie moves on

Robbie McKenzie has turned down the opportunity to stay with Gillingham next season.

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Spandau Ballet star coming to Kent

Spandau Ballet star coming to Kent

Martin Kemp will swap his bass for the decks to host an 80s DJ set at a Kent nightclub.

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Medway Mile on the move

Medway Mile on the move

A mass fun run which attracts thousands of runners of all ages is moving locations for the first time in its 15 year history.

First look at spectacular Earth installation

First look at spectacular Earth installation

A stunning seven-metre wide art installation has arrived in the county.

Steve Evans gets his keeper back after Gills exit

Steve Evans gets his keeper back after Gills exit

Goalkeeper Aaron Chapman has joined Steve Evans’ Stevenage after rejecting the chance to stay at Gillingham.

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Man tries to swim to Southend in his underpants

Man tries to swim to Southend in his underpants

A man who tried to swim to Southend in his underpants was just one call-out on a busy weekend for the RNLI.

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Trio jailed over county lines drug dealing

Trio jailed over county lines drug dealing

Three man have been jailed for their role in the supply of crack cocaine and heroin following searches carried out on two properties.

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Breaking Bad-inspired murderer appeals life sentence

Breaking Bad-inspired murderer appeals life sentence

A killer who dumped his victim's body in a wheelie bin filled with acid is appealing his sentence and conviction.

Deer captured on doorbell camera in town

Deer captured on doorbell camera in town

An animal charity has been contacted after a deer was spotted darting across busy roads in a residential area.

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'Loan market will be huge for us' - Harris

'Loan market will be huge for us' - Harris

Gillingham will once again be making full use of the loan market next season.

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Plans for 500 new homes in town centre

Plans for 500 new homes in town centre

Residents are being asked to give their views on plans to revamp a derelict river wharf site.

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Kent Junior C Cup final

Kent Junior C Cup final

Goalkeeper Mark Henderson justified his manager’s faith after leading Grand Sports Club to penalty shoot-out glory in the Kent Junior C Cup final.

From war-torn Ukraine to teaching tots in Kent

From war-torn Ukraine to teaching tots in Kent

A Ukrainian nursery teacher has been welcomed with open arms by children at a pre-school after she was forced to flee her homeland.

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'There's so many people out there that need help'

'There's so many people out there that need help'

A food aid charity says demand has doubled this year - as doctors, nurses, teachers and social workers turn to them for help.

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Teen left with gaping armpit wound for two years

Teen left with gaping armpit wound for two years

A teenager girl's life has been put on hold because of an open, oozing wound in her armpit.

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Pier collapse just weeks after funding secured

Pier collapse just weeks after funding secured

Part of a historic pier collapsed into the River Medway just weeks after funding had been allocated towards restoring it.

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Adorable cygnets are born at country park

Adorable cygnets are born at country park

Hidden cameras have spotted a proud pen with her seven babies.

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