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Tokens dropped during Great Fire to fetch thousands

Tokens dropped during Great Fire to fetch thousands

A collection of trading tokens thought to have been lost during the chaos of The Great Fire of London are expected to sell for up to £20k at auction.

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LIVE: Full results from local election

LIVE: Full results from local election

With counting underway in several key elections in Kent we bring you the live results from across the county.

Plastic bag cost to double in all shops

Plastic bag cost to double in all shops

The cost of plastic carrier bags is to double this month with all shops, regardless of their size, included in the new rules.

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'A clear and obvious danger to the public'

'A clear and obvious danger to the public'

A robber has been jailed for an 'abhorrent' attack on an elderly woman.

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Albino badger killed on road

Albino badger killed on road

WARNING: Upsetting images – The death of a rare albino badger has sparked calls for late-night drivers to slow down.

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'This man holds key to murder case - and someone knows who he is'

'This man holds key to murder case - and someone knows who he is'

Police have released an image of a man they want to speak to in connection with the murder of PCSO Julia James.

Pressure on most popular schools revealed

Pressure on most popular schools revealed

An education adviser says too many secondary school pupils are having to travel outside their home town to get to lessons.

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'He should not be approached'

'He should not be approached'

An appeal has been launched to find a man wanted in connection with a violent assault and who could be staying in Kent.

Drama as armed police surround house

Drama as armed police surround house

Armed police swooped on a house after a person with a knife was seen on a roof. Firefighters were also called to help.

Inquest opens into death of PCSO

Inquest opens into death of PCSO

An inquest has opened into the death of PCSO Julia James as police continue their major murder investigation.

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'Turn yourself in, because we are coming to get you'

'Turn yourself in, because we are coming to get you'

The Chief Constable has appealed to Julia James' killer to turn themselves in.

What you can watch at cinemas from May 17

What you can watch at cinemas from May 17

Cinemas are set to reopen on May 17, but with a pandemic-induced blockbuster drought what exactly can you see?

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Battle for County Hall reaches climax

Battle for County Hall reaches climax

With counting set to get underway and 81 seats up for grabs the battle for control of County Hall is in its final hours - here's what to expect.

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'Do you want your shoes or a nine millimetre?'

'Do you want your shoes or a nine millimetre?'

A blundering robber who threatened to shoot his victim over a pair of trainers has avoided jail.

'I refuse to pay ridiculous £700 parking fine'

'I refuse to pay ridiculous £700 parking fine'

A man is facing a £700 bill after refusing to pay the fine his daughter received two minutes before she paid for her parking.

Two Kent hospitals' emergency departments still 'require improvements'

Two Kent hospitals' emergency departments still 'require improvements'

While some improvements have been made, the CQC says two health facilities need to do more.

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What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

Scientists are warning of the dangers of 'screen stacking' and the impact it can have on our family's health. But what is it?

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You couldn't make it up: Lamb pie's the special but the barman's mutton

You couldn't make it up: Lamb pie's the special but the barman's mutton

Secret Drinker heads to a seaside pub packing 400 years of history.

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Main road blocked after multi-vehicle accident

Main road blocked after multi-vehicle accident

A main road near Dover was blocked and traffic stationary after a multi-vehicle accident.

Restaurant owner's fears after no applicants for £32k job

Restaurant owner's fears after no applicants for £32k job

The owner of a Kent restaurant and bar has been left shocked after nobody applied for a £32k job role just weeks before they're set to reopen.

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KCC issues warning over phone scam

KCC issues warning over phone scam

Householders are warned that crooks are trying to con £5,000 from them by telling them they are victims of a scam.

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River search called off after woman found safe

River search called off after woman found safe

A search operation has ended after concerns were raised for the welfare of a woman close to a river.

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BMW clocked doing 112mph by unmarked police car

BMW clocked doing 112mph by unmarked police car

Traffic cops recorded a car hitting speeds of 112mph when it passed by their unmarked vehicle.

'We just want to know he is safe'

'We just want to know he is safe'

The partner of a man missing for more than two weeks says she is 'lost and confused' by his sudden disappearance.

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Crimestoppers offer £10k reward to catch PCSO's killer

Crimestoppers offer £10k reward to catch PCSO's killer

A charity has put up a reward for information leading to conviction of PCSO Julia James' killer as murder investigation enters its ninth day.

Dad left disabled after A&E staff fail to X-ray broken hip

Dad left disabled after A&E staff fail to X-ray broken hip

A former labourer has been compensated with £80,000 from a health trust after medics failed to X-ray his fractured hip after a 15ft fall.

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'Towns will suffer once again'

'Towns will suffer once again'

A leading designer says she is extremely sad the college she studied at before working for Freddie Mercury and Princess Diana is marked for closure.

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Thug jailed after 'one punch' attack left man with near-death brain injury

Thug jailed after 'one punch' attack left man with near-death brain injury

A man has been jailed for more than six years for a sickening attack which almost cost the victim his life.

Three men charged over graffiti

Three men charged over graffiti

Three men will appear in court after cars and homes were allegedly tagged with spray paint and graffiti.

'There will be more cancellations to come'

'There will be more cancellations to come'

The founder of Kent Pride expects more events will have to be postponed until next year, following the cancellation of Brighton Pride.

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