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Is it time to make the move to an all-electric car?

Is it time to make the move to an all-electric car?

We take a look at the pros and cons of making the move – and ask if the infrastructure is there to support a surge in sales?

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'We are not just race or colour. We are human beings.'

'We are not just race or colour. We are human beings.'

Figures reveal racially motivated hate crimes are on the rise – we hear from the black community in Kent to see how we can become a better society.

Inside the mind-blowing Kent homes... yours for £10m-plus

Inside the mind-blowing Kent homes... yours for £10m-plus

Ever wondered what it would be like to live in Kent if you were absolutely minted? We take a look inside the county's most luxurious properties.

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Are we still living in the shadow of Mad Cow Disease?

Are we still living in the shadow of Mad Cow Disease?

After a case of BSE - Mad Cow Disease - was discovered recently, some scientists believe thousands could still carry the disease.

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The soldier whose exploits in China earned him celebrity status

The soldier whose exploits in China earned him celebrity status

We explore the life of the army general whose service earned him the nickname Chinese Gordon but his actions closer to home gave him immortal status.

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Film is for the outsider in us all

Film is for the outsider in us all

A woman who struggled with her sexuality growing up in Kent has written and directed a short film celebrating the act of coming out to inspire others.

Film is for the outsider in us all

Film is for the outsider in us all

A woman who struggled with her sexuality growing up in Kent has written and directed a short film celebrating the act of coming out to inspire others.

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Kent from the skies in the 1970s and 80s

Kent from the skies in the 1970s and 80s

Just how much has the county changed in the last 40 to 50 years? Take a trip down memory lane with 101 pictures of Kent's towns.

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From 'Hernia Bay' to the town everyone is falling in love with

From 'Hernia Bay' to the town everyone is falling in love with

The renaissance of a Kent seaside town has seen it emerge from the shadow of its upmarket neighbour and become a magnet for tourists and investment.

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Mick Jagger's brother tells life story

Mick Jagger's brother tells life story

Songwriter Chris Jagger's memoir is an inspirational read offering a glimpse into his and brother Mick's early life.

The story of Kent's biggest theatre

The story of Kent's biggest theatre

Built during a recession and battling through a pandemic, the past 10 years at the county's premier venue have been full of highs and lows.

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The story behind town's iconic statue

The story behind town's iconic statue

He's famous for sporting a traffic cone on his head and pointing the wrong way, but who was the man behind one of the county's best-loved statues?

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'People have had life-changing injuries after being hit by a drone'

'People have had life-changing injuries after being hit by a drone'

Thinking of buying a drone? Then read this first for everything you need to know including where you can - and cannot - fly them.

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Your ultimate guide to Kent's link to 007

Your ultimate guide to Kent's link to 007

As James Bond explodes back onto the big screen with No Time To Die, we look at how the county played a huge role in his creation - and upbringing.

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'She had her hands cut off and a rope around her neck'

'She had her hands cut off and a rope around her neck'

The murder of an eccentric Kent woman - only discovered after her foot was found buried under a pile of coal - remains unsolved to this day.

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'I don’t want other mums to live this life'

'I don’t want other mums to live this life'

The mother of a young man who died from a single stab wound in an unprovoked attack is speaking out on the 10th anniversary of his death.

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'People have become anxious and not wanted to leave their houses'

'People have become anxious and not wanted to leave their houses'

A mental health charity says it has received more calls for help since pandemic restrictions ended than it did during the height of lockdown.

'Are three hour queues to be expected? In some cases, probably yes'

'Are three hour queues to be expected? In some cases, probably yes'

Is there any way to solve the lengthy traffic jams after a big open-air show in the county? We take a look at the perennial problem.

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The Ryder Cup star and the media magnate

The Ryder Cup star and the media magnate

He's immortalised on top of one of golf's most prized trophies - but few know the remarkable story of one of the sport's forgotten legends.

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The RAF gunner-turned-security guard forced to retire at 93

The RAF gunner-turned-security guard forced to retire at 93

A former air gunner, firefighter, police officer and pub landlord has spoken of his extraordinary life after turning 100.

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