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Motorists fear ‘nightmare roadworks’ coinciding with M2 slip closure

Motorists fear ‘nightmare roadworks’ coinciding with M2 slip closure

People living along a road that’s likely being used as a rat run during a motorway slip closure are preparing for more roadworks in the area.

New Turkish restaurant vows to bring ‘taste of London to Kent’

New Turkish restaurant vows to bring ‘taste of London to Kent’

A new Turkish eatery has undergone a £500,000 refurbishment as it bids to bring a slice of the capital’s dining experience to the county.

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Kent boxer hailed as ‘future world champion’ after knockout on Fury vs Usyk undercard

Kent boxer hailed as ‘future world champion’ after knockout on Fury vs Usyk undercard

Moses Itauma produced another devastating performance to claim his first professional boxing title.

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Family’s plea for information after dad’s mystery accident

Family’s plea for information after dad’s mystery accident

A family is desperate to know what caused the accident which put their dad in a coma.

Questions over £20m cost of fixing council HQ

Questions over £20m cost of fixing council HQ

Council bosses are defending a decision to spend millions on fixing their headquarters.

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Hour-long delays caused by motorway repair works

Hour-long delays caused by motorway repair works

Drivers are facing long queues due to weekend roadworks on a busy motorway.

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Dealer facing jail after selling cocaine and ecstasy

Dealer facing jail after selling cocaine and ecstasy

A drug dealer could be locked up after admitting selling class A drugs, including cocaine and ecstasy.

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Calls for Cabinet member to resign over poor performance

Calls for Cabinet member to resign over poor performance

Opposition councillors have accused council cabinet members of “gaslighting” the public over cracking down on anti-social behaviour.

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Pupils proud to attend ‘rights respecting’ school rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted again

Pupils proud to attend ‘rights respecting’ school rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted again

Teachers at a grammar school have been praised for providing pupils with an “excellent learning environment” following an inspection.

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Fury’s praise for rising Chatham star Moses Itauma ahead of boxing’s big night in Riyadh

Fury’s praise for rising Chatham star Moses Itauma ahead of boxing’s big night in Riyadh

Moses Itauma fights for a title this weekend on the undercard of a huge night of boxing and is being tipped for greatness by the main man Tyson Fury.

Memorial for restaurant boss before he’s flown home

Memorial for restaurant boss before he’s flown home

A memorial is being held for a beloved restaurant boss before he is flown back to Latvia.

‘First of its kind’ secure school for young offenders to open in Kent

‘First of its kind’ secure school for young offenders to open in Kent

A secure school designed to turn around the lives of some of Britain’s most violent young offenders is set to open in Kent.

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Drivers warned of access closure to busy multi-storey car park

Drivers warned of access closure to busy multi-storey car park

One of the main access points to a town centre’s multi-storey car park is currently closed.

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Opening date revealed for new £24m sports complex

Opening date revealed for new £24m sports complex

A sports centre is set to reopen after undergoing a multi-million-pound transformation.

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Cannabis plants seized as police swoop on street

Cannabis plants seized as police swoop on street

Cannabis plants have been seized from multiple homes during a raid on a residential street.

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Cyclist dies after crash with car door

Cyclist dies after crash with car door

A man in his 70s has died after colliding with the driver’s door of a stationary car near a railway station.

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Gillingham’s young coach creates a storm in the play-offs

Gillingham’s young coach creates a storm in the play-offs

Gillingham’s former winger and academy coach Jermaine McGlashan never achieved promotion as a player but has found success quickly as a manager.

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‘We get a lot of digs... you have to bite your tongue’ – How Chatham have risen above the critics

‘We get a lot of digs... you have to bite your tongue’ – How Chatham have risen above the critics

Chatham Town chairman Kevin Hake embraced the local community from day one and the club is now getting the rewards.

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World-first Emily nominated for top award

World-first Emily nominated for top award

A healthcare worker who was the first person on the planet to perform her role has told of her pride at being shortlisted for a hospital award.

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Gillingham release eight and make four players available for transfer

Gillingham release eight and make four players available for transfer

Gillingham have announced their retained list with four players made available and eight leaving on the expiry of their contracts this summer.

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