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'Town would be stupid not to support Open legacy fund'

'Town would be stupid not to support Open legacy fund'

Following a debate, a Kent town has agreed to contribute to an Open Golf Legacy fund which will help green community causes.

How effective is town's CCTV?

How effective is town's CCTV?

Calls have been made to improve the effectiveness of a town's CCTV ahead of imminent plans for a much needed upgrade

Southern Water reveal important step towards pipe fix

Southern Water reveal important step towards pipe fix

Southern Water will meet with Historic England today in an important step towards finding a solution for one half of its burst pipe issues.

Southern Water yet to issue time frame for A256 pipe repairs

Southern Water yet to issue time frame for A256 pipe repairs

Southern Water is yet to say how long it will take to repair a burst sewer main under the road, which occurred before Christmas.

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Action to stop rising numbers of dead fish

Action to stop rising numbers of dead fish

Work is taking place to improve the water quality of a stream after a number of lifeless fish were spotted floating on its surface.

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Business running former home of Gogglebox stars goes bust

Business running former home of Gogglebox stars goes bust

The business running the former home of Gogglebox stars Steph and Dom Parker has declared bankruptcy leaving 33 people without jobs.

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'Major delays' on A256

'Major delays' on A256

Part of a town bypass is closed while a water company carries out major repairs on a pipe.

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Driver charged with assaulting officer

Driver charged with assaulting officer

A man is due to appear in court after a crash.

Electrics firm still a shining light after 60 years

Electrics firm still a shining light after 60 years

This family run electrics firm has survived three recessions and the internet and has now marked its 60th anniversary

Friday tickets sell out for Open

Friday tickets sell out for Open

Tickets for three of the four days at The Open in Kent next summer have already sold out.

Church's Christmas trees need your vote

Church's Christmas trees need your vote

A forest of festive spruces have been decorated at a church by a town's businesses and good causes. Now they need your vote to decide the winning tree

Medieval music at Winter Solstice bash

Medieval music at Winter Solstice bash

See how medieval people celebrated the shortest day of the year at a special winter solstice event featuring music from the middle ages

Progress for £1m modernisation of medieval town forecourt

Progress for £1m modernisation of medieval town forecourt

Work to transform of a town centre forecourt could begin next year after a council agreed to pay the remainder cost of the £1million project.

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Main road still shut after sewer pipe burst

Main road still shut after sewer pipe burst

Motorists are experiencing a third day of delays as work to repair a burst sewer pipe along a main road continues.

Delays as sewer pipe burst closes main road

Delays as sewer pipe burst closes main road

A main road on the outskirts of a Kent town has been sealed off following a burst sewer pipe.

Dog fair to help Bichon Frise rescue

Dog fair to help Bichon Frise rescue

Treats for humans and their canine friends go on sale at today's Christmas fair by rescue organisation Futures for Dogs

Sweet advent treats for foodbank kids

Sweet advent treats for foodbank kids

Children living in food poverty will get chocolate advent calendars to help them count down to Christmas thanks to a council's festive gift

Funfair and parade ahead of town's festive switch-on

Funfair and parade ahead of town's festive switch-on

Families can expect a whole day of festive fun ahead of a light's switch on.

Council cash helps new coffee shop take off

Council cash helps new coffee shop take off

A council grant has helped transform an empty shop into a European-style coffee and cocktail bar.

Retired teacher 'could always be relied upon'

Retired teacher 'could always be relied upon'

Tributes have been paid to a former councillor who fought tirelessly to save his town's only care home.

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