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Staff racially abused by customers in mask disputes

Staff racially abused by customers in mask disputes

Racial slurs have been hurled at staff from a village shop which has continued to refuse to serve customers not wearing masks.

Traffic hell for drivers as 18 months' of roadworks set to begin

Traffic hell for drivers as 18 months' of roadworks set to begin

An 18-month-long roadworks scheme is set to begin today, but some business owners fear trade will take a hefty hit.

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Man performs sex act in front of mum and daughter in field

Man performs sex act in front of mum and daughter in field

A man performed a sex act in front of a mother and daughter as they took an evening countryside stroll.

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Flash floods hit Kent amid heavy rain

Flash floods hit Kent amid heavy rain

Heavy sporadic rainfall has seen flooding hit parts of the county this afternoon.

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'Tornadoes' spotted forming over county

'Tornadoes' spotted forming over county

Rare funnel clouds have been photographed across Kent this afternoon as heavy rain is set to batter the county.

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Man in 30s found dead on beach

Man in 30s found dead on beach

A member of the public called police this morning after finding a body on a popular beach.

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Police car in serious crash

Police car in serious crash

A marked police vehicle and another car have been damaged in a crash on a main road.

Man charged after sex attack at hospital

Man charged after sex attack at hospital

A man is due in court after allegedly exposing himself at a hospital, sexually assaulting a woman and attacking emergency workers.

Eye-catching plans for Bath-inspired seafront homes

Eye-catching plans for Bath-inspired seafront homes

New images show the next phase of a seafront development based on homes in London, Bath and Brighton.

Fundraiser launched for family of Brands Hatch marshal

Fundraiser launched for family of Brands Hatch marshal

A fundraising page aims to raise £10,000 for the loved ones of a volunteer motorsport marshal who tragically died following a crash at Brands Hatch.

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'Don't put horror fall videos on social media.'

'Don't put horror fall videos on social media.'

Circus bosses have appealed to the public not to share horror footage of performer Megan Christian online.

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Police helicopter and search boats out for missing Rory

Police helicopter and search boats out for missing Rory

A 'thorough search' from the sky and water is underway after a man went missing after a night out in Kent.

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Brands Hatch: Racing resumes after tragic crash

Brands Hatch: Racing resumes after tragic crash

Racing has resumed and a probe was launched after a marshal died in a crash at Brands Hatch.

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Fears train could crash into new builds

Fears train could crash into new builds

Network Rail wants to put the buffers on plans to build homes beside a railway line over fears a train could crash into them.

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'My GP couldn't wait to get me out of the door'

'My GP couldn't wait to get me out of the door'

Many women across Kent with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome feel their doctors don't care, we spoke to several ladies about their experiences.

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Thou shalt not park without permission

Thou shalt not park without permission

A fed-up vicar has installed cameras in his church car park to catch rogue users - who could now be hit with a £100 fine.

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Armed police descend after man 'seen holding weapon'

Armed police descend after man 'seen holding weapon'

Firearms officers and the police helicopter were called to search for a man reportedly seen holding a weapon in a residential street.

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Marshal dies after serious crash at Brands Hatch

Marshal dies after serious crash at Brands Hatch

A motorsport marshal has sadly died after a crash at Brands Hatch that saw a car flip off the circuit.

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Teen airlifted after moped crash

Teen airlifted after moped crash

An 18-year-old has been flown to hospital with a leg injury after a moped crash.

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Man in 70s assaulted after burglars break into home

Man in 70s assaulted after burglars break into home

Two men are said to have forced entry to an elderly man's home before assaulting him and making off with a number of his possessions.

Tokyo Olympics: Asher-Smith out with hamstring injury

Tokyo Olympics: Asher-Smith out with hamstring injury

Dina Asher-Smith has been forced to withdraw from the 200m due to a hamstring injury - but her Olympics isn't over.

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Man dies in lorry crash

Man dies in lorry crash

A lorry driver has died after a crash involving three HGVs on the A2.

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Grandfather died of sepsis after drill fell on his foot

Grandfather died of sepsis after drill fell on his foot

A man died of sepsis in hospital three days after a pneumatic drill fell on his foot.

Man charged with assaulting officers at pub

Man charged with assaulting officers at pub

A man had been charged after a disturbance at a pub where two officers were assaulted.

Is it a lose-lose situation for Op Brock?

Is it a lose-lose situation for Op Brock?

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

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£6 entry fee introduced at popular gardens

£6 entry fee introduced at popular gardens

Public gardens which were formerly free to enter have reopened after 18 months of closure - but admission will now cost you.

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Inside the doggers' den near school

Inside the doggers' den near school

Residents have become increasingly alarmed by the emergence of a suspected dogger's site at a beauty spot near a school.

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Police 'prepared' for massive beach cookout

Police 'prepared' for massive beach cookout

Police say they are prepared amid fears of a repeat of a cookout that ended in violence last year.

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TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

Thousands of people risk a £1,000 fine if they don't meet this weekend's TV licence deadline, here's why.

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We spent a morning at the Folkestone Triennial and this is what we saw

We spent a morning at the Folkestone Triennial and this is what we saw

Our reporter set out to explore the artworks at this year's Triennial - and found himself a little more involved than he expected.

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