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Search for owners of 'stolen' antiques

Search for owners of 'stolen' antiques

Police are hoping to trace the rightful owners of a number of antiques which officers believe to have been stolen.

Trains halted as emergency services deal with incident

Trains halted as emergency services deal with incident

Rail replacement buses are in operation as emergency services deal with an incident that has closed a stretch of railway line.

Vandals kick down newly planted trees

Vandals kick down newly planted trees

Trees planted by a contractor for the council were ripped from the ground within half an hour.

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The Kent district leading the jabs race

The Kent district leading the jabs race

Analysis of data shows more than two in five adults in Kent have been vaccinated, with almost half getting a jab in one area.

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Holiday park spends £1m on luxury lodges to meet staycation demand

Holiday park spends £1m on luxury lodges to meet staycation demand

The new boss of a series of holiday parks is putting his money where his mouth is to encourage Brits to spend their holidays at home this summer.

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'It's been an emotional rollercoaster of a week'

'It's been an emotional rollercoaster of a week'

The final week of home learning is coming to an end - and secret homeschooler will miss it.

Pub could become homes as Shepherd Neame sells up

Pub could become homes as Shepherd Neame sells up

Controversial plans have been submitted to convert an historic pub into semi-detached housing, changing the centre of a village forever.

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Seven super staycations in Kent this summer

Seven super staycations in Kent this summer

With many of us considering staying closer to home this summer holidays, we've picked seven spots in the county which will still feel like a getaway.

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Woman hit by car sent flying off bike during charity ride

Woman hit by car sent flying off bike during charity ride

A woman was knocked off her bike by a car while taking part in a year-long charity challenge in memory of her mother.

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'You could make a film about his life'

'You could make a film about his life'

Tributes have been paid to Vietnam War correspondent and Gurkha rights activist Brian Staley, who has died at the age of 81.

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Kent town's £22m regeneration boost

Kent town's £22m regeneration boost

A seaside town will receive £22.2m from the government to go towards projects which will help it thrive.

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Vaccine rollout 'dip' planned

Vaccine rollout 'dip' planned

The temporary closure of mass vaccination centres due to lack of supply was planned, says a Kent Tory MP

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Search for missing man called off after body found

Search for missing man called off after body found

Police say they are no longer looking for a man who went missing earlier this week after a body was found in the area.

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Schools in super academy merger plan

Schools in super academy merger plan

Three secondary schools could be added to 29 others being controlled by one of the largest multi-academy trusts in the south east under new proposals.

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Eighteen arrests at Dartford Crossing

Eighteen arrests at Dartford Crossing

Police have been targeting suspected criminals crossing county borders in a joint operation with colleagues from Essex.

Purses stolen from two elderly women

Purses stolen from two elderly women

Two elderly women had their purses stolen on the same day but in different supermarket car parks.

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'Devastating revelations' in barracks review

'Devastating revelations' in barracks review

An NHS report into the conditions at an asylum centre has been revealed.

'All ages can get asthma and all ages can die from it'

'All ages can get asthma and all ages can die from it'

A long-term asthma sufferer is angry her condition has been downgraded in the priority groups to get the Covid-19 vaccine.

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Row over 'Gruppenfuhrer' reference at meeting

Row over 'Gruppenfuhrer' reference at meeting

A Labour councillor caused a storm after calling herself a 'former gruppenfuhrer' in a tribute to a former colleague.

Sex toy found during beach clean

Sex toy found during beach clean

A sex toy, human faeces and dirty nappies buried in the sand were among the unpleasant finds made by volunteers on a Kent beach.

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120,000 cigarettes found in police raids

120,000 cigarettes found in police raids

Watch the moment police uncover thousands of illegal cigarettes hidden in the ground.

800 homes plan for farm land rejected

800 homes plan for farm land rejected

Plans for 800 homes, a primary school, shops, a GP surgery and three play areas have been rejected by councillors.

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Poor water quality holds up housing estate construction

Poor water quality holds up housing estate construction

Builders are yet to start work on a highly controversial housing estate as a water quality issue at a nature reserve still needs to be resolved.

Tragedy as man dies in high street

Tragedy as man dies in high street

A man tragically died after collapsing in a town centre despite desperate efforts to revive him.

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Object thrown at moving bus smashes windscreen

Object thrown at moving bus smashes windscreen

Mindless vandals have smashed the windscreen of a moving bus as it travelled along a popular route.

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Breath test arrest after multi-vehicle crash

Breath test arrest after multi-vehicle crash

A man has been arrested on suspicion of failing to provide a breath test following a three-vehicle crash.

Historic railway needs £100k to survive

Historic railway needs £100k to survive

An historic railway needs £100,000 to be able to reopen once lockdown measures area lifted.

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The Wetherspoon pubs in Kent reopening beer gardens

The Wetherspoon pubs in Kent reopening beer gardens

Wetherspoon has announced it will reopen half its beer gardens on April 12 - here are the ones that will welcome back punters in Kent.

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Blood, bandages and bugles: How St John’s band was born

Blood, bandages and bugles: How St John’s band was born

We take a musical trip down memory lane to find out more about the last remaining St John Ambulance band that lives in Kent.

'Bookshops help children love books - but we're all struggling'

'Bookshops help children love books - but we're all struggling'

World Book Day tokens will be valid far beyond the end of this month - here's why you should wait for your favourite bookshop to reopen to spend them.

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