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Tiley falls short

Tiley falls short

Find out how Kent's golfers got on at final qualifying for The Open Championship.

'Beef' set for Sandwich

'Beef' set for Sandwich

European Tour pro Andrew 'Beef' Johnston expected at final Open qualifying at Prince's.

Pro-Palestinian protesters storm factory

Pro-Palestinian protesters storm factory

Activists have stormed a factory on a business park in protest at the company's supply of parts for arms sent to Israel.

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Tickets for The Open go on sale

Tickets for The Open go on sale

The race is on for golf fans to get their tickets for next year's Open Championship being held in Kent.

McGuirk eyes Open spot

McGuirk eyes Open spot

Several golfers from across the county have progressed to final qualifying for this year's Open.

Tollbridge to reopen after two weeks

Tollbridge to reopen after two weeks

A problematic tollbridge will reopen two weeks after it got stuck but more repair work is still required.

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Six-figure cost rules out footbridge

Six-figure cost rules out footbridge

No temporary footbridge will be installed over the River Stour, it has been announced, as a Kent tollbridge remains shut for a third week.

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Road blocked in both directions

Road blocked in both directions

There has been an accident on the A258 between Sandwich and Deal.

Estate agent campaign for food banks

Estate agent campaign for food banks

A week-long effort to help those in need starts today.

Toll bridge fails to close after mechanical fault

Toll bridge fails to close after mechanical fault

A problematic swing bridge remains closed to road traffic after a mechanical failure stopped it from closing.

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Triumph as residents secure new bus service

Triumph as residents secure new bus service

A new bus service in a Kent village will bring an end to isolation among the elderly, residents have triumphed.

New medieval centre opens after three-year wait

New medieval centre opens after three-year wait

This weekend marks a fresh start for a community attraction after £88,000 of tax payers’ money helped recover the site.

Boy caught on video trying to steal bike

Boy caught on video trying to steal bike

A woman who challenged a boy while he tried to rip a lady's bike away from its lock has posted a video of the 'little cherub' in action

Boat carries wreaths across Channel to D-Day commemorations

Boat carries wreaths across Channel to D-Day commemorations

Wreaths from Kent will be transported across the Channel to be laid in honour of the the fallen at the 75th anniversary D-Day commemorations.

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Wave off for P22 gunboat which featured in Dunkirk blockbuster

Wave off for P22 gunboat which featured in Dunkirk blockbuster

Crowds will gather to wave off a gunboat as it travels to France to represent a Kent town at the 75th D-Day commemorations.

Find out how The Open 2020 will affect Kent

Find out how The Open 2020 will affect Kent

People interested in finding out about how The Open championship in 2020 will affect Kent are invited to a drop in session today.

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Wayfarers care home is in jeopardy again

Wayfarers care home is in jeopardy again

A care home makes life fun for residents with visits from lambs at Easter and miniature donkeys at Christmas - but its future is again under threat

'No help' for Oxford hopeful with 1 in a million condition

'No help' for Oxford hopeful with 1 in a million condition

A teenager fears her Oxford University dream won't come true because she can't get the help she needs from the NHS.

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Rail station to get £4m revamp ahead of The Open

Rail station to get £4m revamp ahead of The Open

An upgrade of a railway station is going ahead to ease congestion ahead of The Open golf championship's return to Kent.

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New harbour master named

New harbour master named

The intimate water and tidal knowledge of a sailor who lives on the River Stour has earned him a new job - harbour master of Sandwich

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