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TV box traced in hunt for rubbish dumper

TV box traced in hunt for rubbish dumper

Environmental officers are on the hunt for a mindless fly-tipper, thought to have dumped rubbish twice in the space of a few weeks.

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Brexit-box's EU farewell

Brexit-box's EU farewell

People will say their goodbyes to the European Union today as a BT-style phone box sculpture is set to open.

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Divers rescue after boat overheats

Divers rescue after boat overheats

Two divers were rescued by RNLI volunteers after their boat began to overheat.

Couple offer 'Brexit discount' on house sale

Couple offer 'Brexit discount' on house sale

As the property market stagnates a couple are hoping be the first to sell their home with a 'pre-Brexit discount'.

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Say goodbye to the EU with new art project

Say goodbye to the EU with new art project

Kent residents are being given the opportunity to say goodbye to the European Union next month as part of a coastal art project.

Teenage girl assaulted in churchyard

Teenage girl assaulted in churchyard

A 14-year-old was taken to hospital after reportedly being assaulted by two other girls.

Woman taken to hospital after two car crash

Woman taken to hospital after two car crash

A woman was taken to hospital after a two car crash.

Pub's uncertain future as it goes up for sale

Pub's uncertain future as it goes up for sale

An historic pub is facing an uncertain future after it was put on the market for more than £500,000.

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M25 rapist found 'slumped in chair' before death

M25 rapist found 'slumped in chair' before death

A convicted serial sex offender dubbed the M25 rapist died in prison after being treated for severe heart failure, an inquest heard.

'Patriots' prepare to patrol coast for migrant landings

'Patriots' prepare to patrol coast for migrant landings

A group of ‘patriots’ say they will monitor the coast in an attempt to halt migrants landing on the shore.

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Plans for 'small scale' power plant on industrial estate

Plans for 'small scale' power plant on industrial estate

Plans have emerged to erect a 'small scale' power plant on an industrial estate in a rural part of Kent.

Homes and shops plan for empty NatWest site

Homes and shops plan for empty NatWest site

Plans to change a former bank into homes and retail space have been submitted to a council.

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Churches restructure on the cards

Churches restructure on the cards

A group of churches in Kent are set for a restructure to 'better serve' the area, according to a senior clergyman.

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Warning after defibrillators stolen

Warning after defibrillators stolen

Residents in a rural part of Kent are being urged to remain vigilant after two pieces of life-saving equipment were stolen.

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Warning issued following car thefts

Warning issued following car thefts

Police are urging people to protect themselves against criminals by not leaving car keys on display after thefts in east Kent.

Nuclear dump plans still alive

Nuclear dump plans still alive

The potential for Kent to house the UK’s first nuclear waste storage site is still alive, amid mounting opposition.

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£800k booze scam foiled

£800k booze scam foiled

A company director used his slice of the profits from an illegal scheme on fast cars, gambling and flash holidays.

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Lion of London Bridge spared jail

Lion of London Bridge spared jail

A man dubbed a hero after confronting a terrorist has avoided jail after admitting having drugs in his home.

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Driver cut from car after crash

Driver cut from car after crash

A driver was cut from his car after crashing on a main road this afternoon.

'I cannot explain how this man died or, sadly, who he is'

'I cannot explain how this man died or, sadly, who he is'

A man who was found dead on a beach has still not been identified more than a year later.

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