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Permanent traveller site and community hall approved

Permanent traveller site and community hall approved

Plans for a permanent campsite for members of the traveller community have been given the green light.

Hundreds of homes without power after storms hit

Hundreds of homes without power after storms hit

Residents have reported being without power for nearly five hours after storms hit the county.

Mixed reaction to new seafront homes plan

Mixed reaction to new seafront homes plan

Divisive plans have emerged to close a care home and transform it into flats overlooking the English Channel.

Disgust as beachgoers use RNLI station as toilet

Disgust as beachgoers use RNLI station as toilet

Crews at a lifeboat station have hit out after beachgoers used their building as a toilet, leaving the volunteers to clear up human waste.

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18-mile queues as sun seekers flock to beaches

18-mile queues as sun seekers flock to beaches

Sun seekers desperately trying to hit the beach as temperatures soared caused traffic chaos.

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Air ambulance called to incident

Air ambulance called to incident

Residents saw the air ambulance hovering overhead as it attended a medical incident.

Mini railway 'steams' towards re-opening date

Mini railway 'steams' towards re-opening date

A beloved tourist attraction is preparing to get back on track, but will make some revisions to the way it operates amid the Covid-19 outbreak.

Not a bad place to be stranded

Not a bad place to be stranded

They say every dark cloud has a silver lining and that’s been the case for St Mary’s Bay angler Dave Wood-Brignall.

Van ends up in the sea

Van ends up in the sea

A group of men were left in deep water after their van got stuck in the English Channel.

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Airport rave postponed due to Covid-19

Airport rave postponed due to Covid-19

A festival due to be held at a Kent airport in September has been postponed until next year due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Fire crews tackle beach hut blaze

Fire crews tackle beach hut blaze

Fire crews rushed to the scene of a beach hut fire that sent smoke billowing into the sky this morning.

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'Unwanted' beach housing scheme rejected

'Unwanted' beach housing scheme rejected

A controversial planning application seeking to build 20 houses on a beach car park has been rejected.

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Stunning algae display lights up sea

Stunning algae display lights up sea

The waters off the Kent coast have been illuminated by a stunning display of bioluminescent algae.

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'Delight' as sports hall and 34 homes are approved

'Delight' as sports hall and 34 homes are approved

A project which will see a new sports and community hall built on a recreation ground, along with 34 new homes, has been approved.

Grandmother desperate to bring toyboy husband to UK

Grandmother desperate to bring toyboy husband to UK

A grandmother has spoken of her desperate quest to bring her toyboy husband - who is 36 years her junior - to the UK.

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30 homes and new sports hall planned for recreation ground

30 homes and new sports hall planned for recreation ground

A planning application for a new community and sports hall plus 30 homes on a recreation ground is expected to be given the go ahead tonight.

Tributes paid to 'gentleman' farmer after cancer battle

Tributes paid to 'gentleman' farmer after cancer battle

Tributes have been paid to a well-known farmer and beloved family man who died after a four year battle with cancer.

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Watch: dolphins frolic off Kent coast

Watch: dolphins frolic off Kent coast

A pod of dolphins has been filmed swimming and playing off the coast of Kent.

Man fined £100 for throwing dog poo

Man fined £100 for throwing dog poo

A man has been hit with a £100 fine after being caught throwing a bag of dog poo.

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Curtain maker sews 800 face masks

Curtain maker sews 800 face masks

One woman has single-handedly made hundreds of pieces of PPE for hospitals, care homes and frontline workers.

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