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Man denies pub crash murder bid

Man denies pub crash murder bid

A man who was extradited from Tenerife has denied attempting to murder people outside a high street pub.

Driver cut from van after M20 lorry crash

Driver cut from van after M20 lorry crash

An air ambulance landed on the M20 following a serious early morning crash between a van and a lorry.

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Beach hut waiting list closed due to high demand

Beach hut waiting list closed due to high demand

New wooden beach huts have been installed in a bid to rejuvenate a seafront and will be ready by next summer - but all have been allocated.

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College eyes site at Netflix-linked studios

College eyes site at Netflix-linked studios

Bosses at EKC Group want to open a site at new film studios which are to be built on a former railway works.

'I had to flee to a refuge and now I'm running one'

'I had to flee to a refuge and now I'm running one'

A west Kent mum escaped her abuser and is now supporting others living the same nightmare - here are her top tips for fleeing an abusive relationship.

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Mystery death of woman hours after long-haul flight

Mystery death of woman hours after long-haul flight

An inquest heard that mystery will continue to surround the death of a 40-year-old woman who died after a 10-hour flight from South Africa.

'New tiers unfairly punish pubs'

'New tiers unfairly punish pubs'

Landlords have criticised the new tier system coming into force next week, saying it could disproportionately damage the hospitality industry.

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Tribute to Peter Cushing appears in town

Tribute to Peter Cushing appears in town

An artist has created a mural to the late Peter Cushing in the same town that has a Wetherspoons named after him.

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Great British Bake Off winner revealed

Great British Bake Off winner revealed

After weeks of mixing, proofing and baking the winner of this year's Bake Off has been announced.

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Covid patients in half of intensive care beds at hospital

Covid patients in half of intensive care beds at hospital

Local NHS bosses have warned of the severe pressure for trusts as people being admitted to hospitals with Covid continues to rise.

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Driver comes forward after fatal crash

Driver comes forward after fatal crash

A driver identified as a key witness to a fatal crash has come forward as part of an investigation which left a motorcyclist dead.

Three households can meet at Christmas

Three households can meet at Christmas

A deal on who people can visit during Christmas has been agreed by the four nations.

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Charge following theft of Harry Potter-style car

Charge following theft of Harry Potter-style car

A man has appeared in court charged with the theft of a Harry Potter-style classic car, once admired by Ron Weasley actor Rupert Grint.

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Year group to isolate after Covid case

Year group to isolate after Covid case

A primary school has sent some pupils home after confirming a positive coronavirus case.

Man who killed Britain's worst paedo jailed

Man who killed Britain's worst paedo jailed

A man who killed and raped a paedophile, who abused around 200 youngsters, has been jailed.

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MPs rapped on knuckles over 'naughty Tory' letter

MPs rapped on knuckles over 'naughty Tory' letter

MPs have been rapped for writing to judges ahead of a hearing to rule on publication of references for shamed 'naughty Tory' Charlie Elphicke.

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Case surge slows as Tier 3 looms

Case surge slows as Tier 3 looms

As Tier 3 looms for Kent, with rates in certain areas among the worst in England, there are early signs lockdown is working.

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Glitch leaves businesses unable to apply for Covid support

Glitch leaves businesses unable to apply for Covid support

Businesses forced to close through the second coronavirus lockdown have been left anxiously waiting after they were unable to apply for vital support.

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Father and daughter jump from balcony during house fire

Father and daughter jump from balcony during house fire

A father is raising awareness of smoke alarms after his family's home was destroyed in a huge fire.

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Garden village? What garden village?

Garden village? What garden village?

Residents in a small community on the borders of Maidstone, Chatham and Gillingham say they know nothing about plans to build 2,000 homes there.

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Robber left victim with lifelong scars before being hit with rum bottle

Robber left victim with lifelong scars before being hit with rum bottle

A thug has been jailed after launching an unprovoked attack on a group of friends at a recreation ground, leaving one of them with scars to his face.

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Brexit trial creates lorry queue at Eurotunnel

Brexit trial creates lorry queue at Eurotunnel

Drivers were barred from entering the M20 as lorries queued for three miles to access Eurotunnel as post-Brexit boarding systems were trialled.

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Armed officers hunt for man after chase

Armed officers hunt for man after chase

Armed police hunted down a suspect after he led police on an early-morning chase.

Water restored to homes after five hours

Water restored to homes after five hours

A power cut which left residents without running water for five hours has been fixed.

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Burglar attempted to rape woman

Burglar attempted to rape woman

A man has been sent to prison after breaking into a woman's flat and attempting to rape her.

Hundreds of 'dognapping' cases ever year

Hundreds of 'dognapping' cases ever year

Campaigners are pushing for a change in the law to elevate the status of pets above personal property after consistent dog thefts.

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'I wouldn’t have moved here if I knew of hideous mast plans'

'I wouldn’t have moved here if I knew of hideous mast plans'

A bid to erect a 5G mast the height of four double-decker buses has been launched – prompting fears the “monstrosity” will ruin a leafy road.

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Our Great British Bake Off finalist

Our Great British Bake Off finalist

Ahead of the Great British Bake Off final we look at how Laura got this far and some of the people she's joining in Kent's kitchen of fame.

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Paul O'Grady's escape to his home county

Paul O'Grady's escape to his home county

Kent's Paul O'Grady will visit iconic sites across the county and tick off his local bucket list in his latest TV series. Here's what he'll be up to.

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'Predatory' nurse struck off for groping vulnerable patient

'Predatory' nurse struck off for groping vulnerable patient

A nurse who touched a patient's breasts and sent half-naked pictures to another has been struck off.

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