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Seafront car ban plan to stop boy racers

Seafront car ban plan to stop boy racers

Cars could be banned from travelling along a stretch of seafront in a bid to stop boy racers "roaring" up and down the road.

Teen gang launch vicious attack on three men in park

Teen gang launch vicious attack on three men in park

Three men were taken to hospital after being viciously attacked by a gang of up to 12 teenagers in a park.

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The Kent queens on this year's Ru Paul's drag race

The Kent queens on this year's Ru Paul's drag race

Two Kent queens sashay onto our TV screens tonight as this year's Ru Paul's Drag race gets under way.

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This is why your pint will soon be more expensive

This is why your pint will soon be more expensive

On Tax Equality Day we look ahead at the changes being made to VAT and how it will affect you.

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'We had time to kiss him goodnight'

'We had time to kiss him goodnight'

The family of a little boy who died in a crash nine days after his dad say they are grateful they had time to say goodbye.

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'It feels like we have more cameras than the Truman Show'

'It feels like we have more cameras than the Truman Show'

A councillor likened the number of cameras in the area to those on the Truman Show but was frustrated they cannot be used to enforce traffic rules.

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Pushback to halt asylum seeker boats only to be used in limited cases

Pushback to halt asylum seeker boats only to be used in limited cases

Only a “small proportion” of boats carrying asylum seekers across the Channel could legally be turned back towards France, it has been revealed.

Teen who took own life struggled with 'immense academic pressures'

Teen who took own life struggled with 'immense academic pressures'

A gifted teenager who tragically took his own life was overwhelmed with school work, his mother claims.

Man given hefty fine after destroying habitat for bats and newts

Man given hefty fine after destroying habitat for bats and newts

A man has been handed a £1,600 fine after deliberately destroying protected habitat for bats and newts, so he could develop his property.

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Wedding bookings returning to pre-pandemic levels

Wedding bookings returning to pre-pandemic levels

Wedding bookings are expected to return to pre-pandemic levels after a busy summer for the industry.

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Fergus Wilson slapped with injunction after High Court battle

Fergus Wilson slapped with injunction after High Court battle

Fergus Wilson has been hit with an injunction after losing a High Court battle with a council.

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'Top yourself or go to Dignitas!' Fergus' vile abuse

'Top yourself or go to Dignitas!' Fergus' vile abuse

As a decade of harassment earns Fergus Wilson an injunction, here's some of the things he's called me.

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Plans emerge for new £16m health centre at old Debenhams

Plans emerge for new £16m health centre at old Debenhams

A multi-million pound health centre serving 30,000 patients could be set up in a former Debenhams department store.

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Island will get new school to stop 1,200-pupil exodus

Island will get new school to stop 1,200-pupil exodus

Parents are celebrating after education bosses finally admit another school is needed to prevent a daily exodus of 1,200 pupils.

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Future brighter for foal after arson attack

Future brighter for foal after arson attack

Vets say Phoenix the foal is on the road to recovery after being left with horrific burns by arsonists.

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Pregnant woman's police escort to hospital

Pregnant woman's police escort to hospital

Officers have helped a woman in labour get to hospital amid huge traffic delays.

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Tribute to 'larger than life' former radio presenter

Tribute to 'larger than life' former radio presenter

A colleague has paid tribute to a 'larger than life' and pioneering Kent radio broadcaster who has died.

Southeastern probe after enforcement officer 'didn't care' about woman's seizure

Southeastern probe after enforcement officer 'didn't care' about woman's seizure

A rail provider will investigate after an employee said he "didn't care" what a man's issue was as his sister had a seizure on a busy train.

Traffic delays after crash at busy roundabout

Traffic delays after crash at busy roundabout

A crash at a busy junction is causing traffic delays along major roads in the area.

Insulate Britain activists could be jailed after injunction granted

Insulate Britain activists could be jailed after injunction granted

Insulate Britain protesters descending on the M25 could be jailed after an injunction was granted.

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Mum's plan to take Covid-positive son to park 'completely reckless'

Mum's plan to take Covid-positive son to park 'completely reckless'

A politician has waded into a debate around a mum's "reckless" plan to take her Covid-positive son to the park.

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Huge delays amid police incident at crossing

Huge delays amid police incident at crossing

Drivers have been urged to avoid the Dartford Crossing after a 'police and medical incident' led to huge queues on surrounding roads.

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'Are three hour queues to be expected? In some cases, probably yes'

'Are three hour queues to be expected? In some cases, probably yes'

Is there any way to solve the lengthy traffic jams after a big open-air show in the county? We take a look at the perennial problem.

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Fraudster ordered to pay back travel agents for £5k holiday

Fraudster ordered to pay back travel agents for £5k holiday

A fraudster must pay a holiday company £500 a month after conning them out of a £5,000 holiday to Crete.

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Man's appeal to return late wife's 50 letters

Man's appeal to return late wife's 50 letters

A man who found 50 'affectionate' letters sent to his late wife by her childhood friends is hoping to return them to their original senders.

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Patients left in fear after thug lashed out in A&E

Patients left in fear after thug lashed out in A&E

A man has avoided jail after breaking life-saving equipment and attacking a nurse and two police officers.

The pensioner who had secret £75k stash of rare coins

The pensioner who had secret £75k stash of rare coins

A 72-year-old living on a Kent caravan park had a secret stash of rare coins worth tens of thousands of pounds.

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'We didn't break, and neither did the people of Deal'

'We didn't break, and neither did the people of Deal'

On the 32nd anniversary of the IRA bombing, a man who survived the blast due to a late start recalls the events of that fatal day.

Kent baker fails to rise to Great British Bake Off challenge

Kent baker fails to rise to Great British Bake Off challenge

A software engineer from Kent was the first to leave The Great British Bake Off after failing to impress the judges.

Man arrested after suspected explosive found

Man arrested after suspected explosive found

A man has been arrested after a number of properties were evacuated following the discovery of a suspected explosive device.

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