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Bridge fix delayed but sewer works continue

Bridge fix delayed but sewer works continue

Planned repairs to an old swing have been put on hold amidst the coronavirus outbreak but works to fix sewers in the same town continue.

Refunds for The Open ticketholders if event is cancelled

Refunds for The Open ticketholders if event is cancelled

Ticketholders for The Open have been advised what will happen if the event is cancelled - despite continued preparations for it to be staged.

Estate agent issues gloves to home buyers at property viewings

Estate agent issues gloves to home buyers at property viewings

Mandatory plastic gloves and shoe covers must be worn on property viewings says a Kent estate agent whose staff are issuing protective equipment

Organisers of The Open are 'monitoring the situation'

Organisers of The Open are 'monitoring the situation'

Organisers of a major golf championship - set to be staged in Kent this summer - say they are monitoring the ongoing coronavirus situation.

Ex-plant nursery planning battle lost

Ex-plant nursery planning battle lost

Residents who fear for the road safety of schoolchildren have lost in their long campaign to stop dozens of houses being built.

Eco projects boost from £52.5k legacy from The Open

Eco projects boost from £52.5k legacy from The Open

Sustainable and environmentally friendly projects can get off the ground thanks to a legacy cash boost from The Open golf championship organisers

Volunteering scheme for The Open 'gives new skills for CV'

Volunteering scheme for The Open 'gives new skills for CV'

A volunteering scheme for when The Open returns to Sandwich will mimic the success of the 2012 Olympic Markers scheme and help people boost their CVs

Work to begin on A256 ending commuter chaos

Work to begin on A256 ending commuter chaos

The end is in sight for commuters experiencing long delays on the A256 with road re-instatement works set to begin this week.

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Children given all-clear amid virus scare

Children given all-clear amid virus scare

Three pupils sent home from a secondary school after returning from Italy do not have the killer bug, say officials.

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Carpet van containing tools 'stolen' in broad daylight

Carpet van containing tools 'stolen' in broad daylight

A business owner is appealing for the public's help in tracing his reportedly stolen van.

Gogglebox stars' gardens to reopen as liquidators step in

Gogglebox stars' gardens to reopen as liquidators step in

Two Gogglebox stars have announced gardens at their famous property will reopen as they continue their bid to save the B&B.

Three pupils sent home amid virus alert

Three pupils sent home amid virus alert

A secondary school has told three children who recently returned from Italy to stay at home after they reported flu-like symptoms.

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Are these the best holes in Kent?

Are these the best holes in Kent?

If you're a seasoned veteran or considering picking up clubs for the first time, don't miss our guide to the best in golf the county has to offer.

New status will attract investment at science park

New status will attract investment at science park

Discovery Park has been awarded a new status pushing it further towards its vision of becoming a world class centre of science excellence.

Cash appeal for storm battered mill

Cash appeal for storm battered mill

Volunteers striving to restore an 18th century mill have launched a fundraising page following recent storm damage.

Essential toll bridge maintenance postponed

Essential toll bridge maintenance postponed

Essential maintenance to a town's swing bridge has been postponed due to ongoing pipe and road safety issues in the area.

Setback for water firm after discovery of suspected medieval boat

Setback for water firm after discovery of suspected medieval boat

A suspected medieval boat has been uncovered by workers exploring a solution to a town's problematic burst pipes.

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This is what glamping at The Open will look like

This is what glamping at The Open will look like

New camping plans for The Open 2020 have been shared at an information session - and it's free for anyone under 25.

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Inside the £7k-a-night Airbnb

Inside the £7k-a-night Airbnb

Take a peek inside one Airbnb which is charging almost £45,000 for a five-night stay during the Open.

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'Please, please, please think about this again'

'Please, please, please think about this again'

A Citizens Advice service could share its offices with the town’s archives in a bid to save the “vital” service.

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