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Heritage harbour status awarded to medieval port

Heritage harbour status awarded to medieval port

With a history spanning back to medieval times and being a founding Cinque Port, this harbour has earned itself a prestigious title.

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Helicopter dismantles huge old pylons in the air

Helicopter dismantles huge old pylons in the air

A helicopter moved old pylons through the sky for the final stages of a project that passes high voltage electricity between Kent and Belgium.

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Decision time for aqua park

Decision time for aqua park

District councillors will this week vote on whether to give planning permission for a water sports and inflatable aqua park.

Image released over plane wreckage theft

Image released over plane wreckage theft

Police have released an image of a man they want to speak to following a reported theft of items from a protected aeroplane wreckage.

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Revealed: Here's how many fans will attend this year's Open at Royal St George's

Revealed: Here's how many fans will attend this year's Open at Royal St George's

The Open will be staged in front of bumper crowds at Royal St George's next month.

Kids picture competition dazzles Countryfile's Richard Taylor-Jones

Kids picture competition dazzles Countryfile's Richard Taylor-Jones

Lockdown brought about a reconnection with nature for these kids who took part in a picture competition which wowed a wildlife TV personality.

Early appeal for cash for Christmas lights upgrades

Early appeal for cash for Christmas lights upgrades

It might only be June, but replacement work starts in September and cash is needed to provide more efficient lights for the festive display.

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How many fans will attend this year's Open at Royal St George's?

How many fans will attend this year's Open at Royal St George's?

The number of fans allowed to attend the 149th Open at Royal St George's next month should be finalised in the next few days.

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Campaigners protest arms company

Campaigners protest arms company

Protests have been held in a town centre and outside the factory of an arms company with ties to the Israeli military.

Double action by anti-arms activists

Double action by anti-arms activists

Both a vigil and protest, an hour apart, will be held against a company this weekend for its connections with Israel.

Pitch improvements at club after £3k boost

Pitch improvements at club after £3k boost

Footballers and visiting teams will start next season on an improved pitch thanks to a grant from the Premier League, the FA and Football Foundation.

All power to new service

All power to new service

An electric vehicle charging centre has been set up in a town in time for its international golfing tournament.

What you need to know for The Open

What you need to know for The Open

Details of parking, travel and other arrangements are being provided for spectators attending a global golf tournament in Kent.

Toy-boy husband of former Kent priest to sell couple's flat

Toy-boy husband of former Kent priest to sell couple's flat

Florin Marin, 28, who controversially married retired priest Philip Clements, 81, is selling the couple's former home, according to reports.

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R&A hopeful over 30,000 crowds at The Open

R&A hopeful over 30,000 crowds at The Open

The R&A are revising their plans to host The Open at Royal St George’s this summer as the country continues along the roadmap out of lockdown.

Multi-vehicle crashes block roads around town

Multi-vehicle crashes block roads around town

Several roads around a town are reportedly blocked following a crash involving a number of vehicles.

Bill of £185,000 for tobacco thieves

Bill of £185,000 for tobacco thieves

A gang who sold on confiscated tobacco now have huge sums to pay, under the Proceeds of Crime Act, on top of their jail sentences.

Tower offers stunning views of town

Tower offers stunning views of town

This rooftop view can be seen again now a church tower has re-opened with the continued easing of lockdown.

'Keep the blind safe on platforms'

'Keep the blind safe on platforms'

An MP wants tactile surface markings to protect the visually impaired at two railway stations in his constituency.

Shakespeare trail highlights links to Sandwich

Shakespeare trail highlights links to Sandwich

Monologues and roses posted around a Kent town could lead to a digitised project to celebrate links to history and theatre from anywhere in the world.

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