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Warning to beach-goers as hundreds of jellyfish spotted on coast

Warning to beach-goers as hundreds of jellyfish spotted on coast

Hundreds of jellyfish have washed up on the Kent coast as people get set to flock to the beach this weekend.

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'World's smallest ice cream parlour' to open in phone box

'World's smallest ice cream parlour' to open in phone box

A tiny ice cream parlour promising massive, Instagram-worthy ice creams is set to launch in an old phone box outside a Wetherspoon pub.

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'Drunk' tries to fight police officers amid crackdown on yobs

'Drunk' tries to fight police officers amid crackdown on yobs

A 'drunk male' tried to fight police officers just hours after a dispersal order was enforced in a coastal town.

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£200k 'food village' to solve takeaway squabbles

£200k 'food village' to solve takeaway squabbles

People could order in a Chinese, Indian, pizza and fish and chips all on the same delivery if ambitious plans are given the go-ahead.

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Classic pictures from Kent towns in the 1980s

Classic pictures from Kent towns in the 1980s

Can you spot yourself or someone you know in these amazing photographs taken across the county during the 1980s?

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Moggie found 27 miles away amid 'catnapper' fears

Moggie found 27 miles away amid 'catnapper' fears

A moggie has been found alive 27 miles away from home amid residents’ fears a twisted “catnapper” is on the prowl.

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Plans revealed for 'massive' winery in Kent countryside

Plans revealed for 'massive' winery in Kent countryside

A winery and visitor centre run by a leading drinks producer could be built on farmland in the Kent countryside.

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'Please don't cancel my wedding for a third time, Boris'

'Please don't cancel my wedding for a third time, Boris'

As the nation waits to find out if the end to lockdown is delayed, a bride-to-be is facing the prospect of another wedding cancellation.

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The people in Kent on the Queen's Birthday Honours list

The people in Kent on the Queen's Birthday Honours list

People who have helped others during the pandemic and raised thousands for charity have been recognised in this year's honours list.

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Lockdown lifting 'could now be July 19'

Lockdown lifting 'could now be July 19'

There are reports tonight that the final stage of coronavirus lockdown easing could be held up by another four weeks.

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Dispersal orders for two coastal towns

Dispersal orders for two coastal towns

Police have imposed a crackdown on yobs for two neighbouring areas for 48 hours.

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Football boss in court over £4m fraud claims

Football boss in court over £4m fraud claims

The former vice chairman of Kent's biggest football club has been released on £400,000 bail after being arrested at Heathrow Airport.

Kerry Katona and her daughter get inked up in Kent

Kerry Katona and her daughter get inked up in Kent

The owner of a tattoo parlour in Kent says ex-Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona has become a regular throughout the past year.

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Dummy fairy tree stripped bare

Dummy fairy tree stripped bare

A magical tree that has been helping children part with their dummies for nearly two decades has been left bare with parts of it cut back to stumps.

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Footballer 'Razor' Ruddock to pay ex-wife £80,000

Footballer 'Razor' Ruddock to pay ex-wife £80,000

A former football star has been ordered by a court to pay tens of thousands to his ex-wife.

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Massive laser show lights up night sky

Massive laser show lights up night sky

If you saw bright lights shining into the night sky during the early hours, don't worry it wasn't aliens or a lockdown-busting rave.

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Shelter's 'biggest-ever dog' finally finds new home

Shelter's 'biggest-ever dog' finally finds new home

A huge mastiff which is as heavy as a baby elephant has been adopted after making headlines across the world.

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Where in Kent is Indian variant spreading fastest?

Where in Kent is Indian variant spreading fastest?

Almost 80% of Indian strain - or Delta variant - cases in Kent are being seen in one half of the county.

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'Most wanted' gets extended term for knife attack spree

'Most wanted' gets extended term for knife attack spree

A thug who bragged 'I am Chatham's most wanted' during a knife rampage has been jailed for 23 years.

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Juror sent Facebook message to victim and Googled paedophile

Juror sent Facebook message to victim and Googled paedophile

A jury foreman who sent a Facebook message to the victim of a paedophile and Googled the defendant's past crimes has narrowly avoided jail.

Man seen 'taking pictures' of children in playground

Man seen 'taking pictures' of children in playground

Police have been called after the alarm was raised about a man 'taking pictures' of children in a school playground.

'I fear for children’s safety in the water'

'I fear for children’s safety in the water'

A stark warning about children's safety in the water this summer has come from Swim England, which says two million missed lessons in lockdown.

Future of Odeon cinema 'under review'

Future of Odeon cinema 'under review'

The future of a long-standing Odeon cinema which has not been open since last year is still under review.

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Missing man may have travelled through Kent

Missing man may have travelled through Kent

Officers are appealing for information to help trace a missing man they believe travelled along a busy road in the county.

Accused 'didn't mean to shoot man dead'

Accused 'didn't mean to shoot man dead'

A man accused of a shotgun murder at his home has denied the offence, claiming he did not intend to kill the victim.

Another bid for city status

Another bid for city status

A part of Kent is entering a competition to be named a city for The Queen's Platinum Jubilee in 2022.

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Claim free Greggs sausage rolls during Euro2020

Claim free Greggs sausage rolls during Euro2020

It'll be rolls for goals when England kick-off this Sunday, with Greggs offering free sausage rolls for goals scored. Here's how:

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'Matt Hancock is Arséne Wenger of politics'

'Matt Hancock is Arséne Wenger of politics'

Our political editor Paul Francis takes a look at all the big news from national and local politics this week.

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'We are right at the brink now'

'We are right at the brink now'

The number of seasonal workers applying to work at a Kent-based farming company is down 90% in the last two years and there are fears for the future.

£20 million hotel opens after eight-year project

£20 million hotel opens after eight-year project

A long-awaited hotel standing six-storeys high and boasting 129 beds has opened its doors to guests for the very first time.

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