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'There are so many blind spots'

'There are so many blind spots'

A driver involved in a serious collision says the accident which wrote-off his car and left him with a head injury was not his fault.

'I don't regret what I did', says Cummings

'I don't regret what I did', says Cummings

Top government advisor Dominic Cummings has defended his decision to travel more than 250 miles from London to Durham during the lockdown.

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Child injured after falling from window

Child injured after falling from window

The air ambulance landed in a nearby field after a child fell from the window of a property.

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'To say I was disappointed would be an understatement'

'To say I was disappointed would be an understatement'

A grandmother has spoken out after revisiting a memorial created to mark the year 2000, featuring her two granddaughters' footprints.

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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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'Human faeces' left at beauty spots as crowds flock to coast

'Human faeces' left at beauty spots as crowds flock to coast

Crowds have again flocked to the Kent coast sparking complaints over dangerous parking and human excrement left behind by visitors.

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Man arrested after three-car crash

Man arrested after three-car crash

A 22-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of cannabis after a crash that partially blocked the M2.

Missing man wearing pink Crocs found safe

Missing man wearing pink Crocs found safe

Officers have safely located a missing 23-year-old who was wearing distinctive footwear.

'Jeremy Kyle has questions to answer'

'Jeremy Kyle has questions to answer'

An MP says controversial host Jeremy Kyle shouldn't be allowed back on TV until he is "held to account" over the past treatment of guests.

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County lines gangs pose as food delivery drivers, says charity worker

County lines gangs pose as food delivery drivers, says charity worker

An ex-offender turned charity worker believes drug gangs are changing their tactics as they continue to target vulnerable teens

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More of Kent's most historic pubs

More of Kent's most historic pubs

The county is home to a number of pubs with fascinating histories - with some even dating back to the 1100s. Does your local feature?

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'School will never be the same again'

'School will never be the same again'

With schools set to reopen a week today, a Kent grammar school head thinks pupils and teachers will have to adapt to a ‘new normal’.

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The stories behind Kent's town names

The stories behind Kent's town names

The county's rich history can be seen in the naming of its towns, with influences from Celts, Romans and royal favour.

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Murder probe downgraded after death deemed to be accident

Murder probe downgraded after death deemed to be accident

A murder investigation has been downgraded and a suspect released under investigation after a post-mortem revealed the victim's death was accidental.

Man miraculously escapes head-on smash

Man miraculously escapes head-on smash

Police have said a man is "very lucky" after a head-on crash severely damaged two cars.

Driver 'lucky' to walk away from crash

Driver 'lucky' to walk away from crash

A driver was "lucky" to walk away from a horror crash this afternoon – but failed to give a breath sample at the side of the road.

PM backs top aide and confirms reopening date for schools

PM backs top aide and confirms reopening date for schools

The Prime Minister has backed his top aide amid a lockdown row and confirmed schools will reopen as planned on June 1.

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Two women attacked and knife seized

Two women attacked and knife seized

A man, allegedly carrying a knife, has been arrested on suspicion of affray, assault, criminal damage and making threats to kill.

Two arrests after man hospitalised

Two arrests after man hospitalised

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of assault after another man was taken to hospital following an incident.

Lifeboat crew called out five times in 24 hours

Lifeboat crew called out five times in 24 hours

The lifeboat service is warning people to check the weather before heading out to sea after a crew was called out five times in one day.

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Phone mast engineers shot at with air rifle

Phone mast engineers shot at with air rifle

Police are investigating reports of mast engineers being shot at with air rifles, EE has told customers.

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Popular shop owner dies from Covid-19

Popular shop owner dies from Covid-19

Fond memories have been shared of a "happy, hard-working" woman who ran a village shop alongside her husband.

Murder arrest after body found

Murder arrest after body found

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a body was found yesterday afternoon.

Steak and lobster restaurant ready to open

Steak and lobster restaurant ready to open

A new restaurant specialising in steak, lobster and burgers will open its doors once lockdown restrictions are lifted.

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£20m town centre housing estate delayed

£20m town centre housing estate delayed

Work on a 50-home town centre regeneration project has been pushed backed six more months due to the Covid-19 crisis.

1,000 laughing gas canisters seized at park

1,000 laughing gas canisters seized at park

Officers have made two arrests after seizing nitrous oxide canisters and a large quantity of cash from a vehicle at a park.

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'Dominic Cummings should go'

'Dominic Cummings should go'

Two Kent MPs are calling on the Prime Minister's top special adviser - who stands accused of breaking lockdown rules - to leave his role.

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Huge fire at recycling centre

Huge fire at recycling centre

Fire crews are still battling a blaze at a recycling centre - which will now be closed for several days.

Eight-year-old's brush strokes of genius

Eight-year-old's brush strokes of genius

A father and son have created an art exhibition inspired by famous painters during lockdown.

Fresh scheme for student flats despite prior refusal

Fresh scheme for student flats despite prior refusal

A fresh bid has been launched to build a block containing dozens of student flats – three years after similar plans were snubbed.

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