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Families fear repeat of huge crowds and 'mass brawl'

Families fear repeat of huge crowds and 'mass brawl'

A beach gathering of more than 100 people descended into chaos, sparking concerns over more trouble when temperatures soar again this week.

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'I haven't seen my wife alone since March'

'I haven't seen my wife alone since March'

A care home resident's husband has slammed delays in getting Covid tests out - saying he hasn't been alone with his wife in almost five months.

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Teens arrested after man attacked in park

Teens arrested after man attacked in park

Police launched a helicopter search and arrested three teenagers after a man was assaulted in a park.

Covid-safe panto to go ahead

Covid-safe panto to go ahead

Family favourite Jack And The Beanstalk will be staged in front of a much smaller audience to allow social distancing.

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Fancy a holiday in a prison cell or a church?

Fancy a holiday in a prison cell or a church?

You can enjoy a unique staycation in Kent with some of these quirky holiday lets.

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Gangs of sheep rustlers hit Kent's farmers hard

Gangs of sheep rustlers hit Kent's farmers hard

Kent is the fifth worst county for rural crime, with organised gangs of sheep rustlers and tractor thieves costing farmers thousands.

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NHS staff testing levels revealed

NHS staff testing levels revealed

The number of staff tested for coronavrius at each hospital trust in Kent has been revealed - exposing a postcode lottery for frontline workers.

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Virtual tour of historic £1m house

Virtual tour of historic £1m house

Take a look around an historic £1.1 million home with acres of land which is up for sale.

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Image of dress released in hunt for park rapists

Image of dress released in hunt for park rapists

An image of a dress a woman was wearing when she was raped by two men in a park has been released in a bid to catch her attackers.

Heatwave to hit Kent with highs of 37C

Heatwave to hit Kent with highs of 37C

Get ready for more sun! Temperatures are set to soar once more, with forecastors predicting figures well above 30C.

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Operation Brock set to return in December

Operation Brock set to return in December

Drivers are set to face a dreaded contraflow on the M20 again as bosses aim to minimise disruption once the Brexit transition period ends.

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Kent's biggest panto cancelled

Kent's biggest panto cancelled

Kent’s biggest pantomime has been cancelled for the first time amid uncertainty surrounding the reopening of theatres.

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Man accused of murder after post-mortem

Man accused of murder after post-mortem

A man has been charged with the murder of another at a property in Margate.

Couple hurt after attempted car-jacking

Couple hurt after attempted car-jacking

A man armed with a 3ft metal pole tried to steal a couple's car after they pulled over to offer him help.

Dog could be first to have Covid-19

Dog could be first to have Covid-19

A dog owner says she's convinced her pet caught Covid-19 after chewing on her tissues as he rapidly fell ill with symptoms of the virus.

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Six cattle in rescue drama

Six cattle in rescue drama

Six cows had to be winched out of a ditch by firefighters after getting stuck up to their necks in mud.

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Tributes left for motorcyclist

Tributes left for motorcyclist

Flowers and messages have been left at a set of lights where a man in his 30s died after he crashed his motorcycle.

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Victim named in murder case

Victim named in murder case

A father who died after being airlifted to hospital has been named, as a man appears in court charged with his murder.

Popular town eatery won't be reopening

Popular town eatery won't be reopening

An Italian restaurant in the heart of a town centre is believed to be one of the latest businesses to fall victim to the lockdown-caused recession.

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Concern grows for missing woman

Concern grows for missing woman

Police have launched an appeal to help find a missing pensioner last seen leaving a hospital two days ago.

Couple lose High Court wedding fight

Couple lose High Court wedding fight

A bid for recognition of humanist wedding ceremonies has failed but hopes remain for a change in the 'discriminatory' law.

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New steak and lobster joint opens

New steak and lobster joint opens

A new restaurant serving steak, lobster and burgers has opened its doors on a seafront.

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Questions asked over £300k contract

Questions asked over £300k contract

Opposition councillors have demanded to know why a company under police investigation has been given a major contract to recruit social workers.

Driver killed in motorway crash

Driver killed in motorway crash

A man has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after a 34-year-old man was killed in a crash during the early hours.

Man taken to hospital after stabbing

Man taken to hospital after stabbing

A man thought to be in his early 20s has been taken to hospital after he was stabbed.

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A nostalgic look at an historic town

A nostalgic look at an historic town

We take another look in to the archive to see how much this town has changed over the decades.

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Castle cafe plans granted despite traffic fears

Castle cafe plans granted despite traffic fears

English Heritage is celebrating after its plans were approved allowing it to open a cafe opposite one of its castles.

Jobs to go at cathedral

Jobs to go at cathedral

More than a sixth of Canterbury Cathedral's workforce have been granted voluntary redundancy as it grapples with huge financial losses.

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No inspection for three years at ‘inadequate’ school

No inspection for three years at ‘inadequate’ school

A school has not been inspected since it was given the lowest grading three years ago - but its new bosses are confident they’ve turned things around.

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Photographer captures incredible snake battle

Photographer captures incredible snake battle

An amateur photographer's photos of a marshland battle between two grass snakes over a frog have gone viral.

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