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'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.

Rare turtle dove pictured in garden

Rare turtle dove pictured in garden

A lesser spotted bird which faces extinction has been photographed in the garden of a man in a Kent village.

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Road blocked after car and motorbike collide

Road blocked after car and motorbike collide

A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital with leg injuries after a crash with a car on a busy road.

New Travelodge to open 'in time for summer'

New Travelodge to open 'in time for summer'

A new hotel is set to open bringing 20 new jobs in time for an expected surge in staycations this summer.

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Course knowledge pays off in Prince's tournament

Course knowledge pays off in Prince's tournament

Long-time golfing pals Mark Belsham and Rob Riddell put course knowledge to good use to win the PGA South Region’s “Prince’s 27” competition.

From thousands of pills to millions

From thousands of pills to millions

A pharmaceutical company has a multi-million pound investment at its Kent base to speed up tablet production.

Mum died after toxic reaction to chemo drug

Mum died after toxic reaction to chemo drug

A coroner has concluded that a mother-of-one died after suffering a rare toxic reaction to a cancer medication.

Earth Day fundraising for school's LED light swap

Earth Day fundraising for school's LED light swap

When a school decided to switch the light source in its science block to sustainable LEDs they didn't realise how the project would snowball

Girl's A-level notes stolen by brick-throwing thief

Girl's A-level notes stolen by brick-throwing thief

A student's exam notes have been stolen after a thief hurled a brick through her car window.

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The church where you can get food worth £15 for just £4

The church where you can get food worth £15 for just £4

Hard-up families can now buy quality fresh food for a snip of the retail price at a social supermarket in a church

Food sellers can bid for Quay pitch

Food sellers can bid for Quay pitch

Food vendors looking for a new business opportunity are invited to bid for a prime spot along a quay popular with tourists

Town steps out of lockdown with slogan Sandwich is Open

Town steps out of lockdown with slogan Sandwich is Open

Business leaders are urging visitors and tourists to consult a website that's a one-stop hub for where to go to eat, drink, stay and shop

10 pregnant sheep dead and lamb mauled by dog at farm

10 pregnant sheep dead and lamb mauled by dog at farm

WARNING: Graphic images. Two incidents of alleged sheep worrying at a farm have left 10 pregnant ewes dead and a lamb seriously injured

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Met Police commissioner in Sarah probe thanks Sandwich after ending search

Met Police commissioner in Sarah probe thanks Sandwich after ending search

A council has passed on thanks from the Metropolitan Police commander in charge of the Sarah Everard murder investigation

Work to start ahead of the 149th Open in Kent

Work to start ahead of the 149th Open in Kent

Construction is due to begin ahead of The Open golf championship returning to Kent this summer - even if it has to be behind closed doors.

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Book of condolences opens for Sarah

Book of condolences opens for Sarah

People can now send their condolences to Sarah Everard's family by writing in a special book that has been opened in a church close to a search site

New sites sealed off as part of Sarah investigation

New sites sealed off as part of Sarah investigation

Police in the Sarah Everard investigation have sealed off two new sites.

Search teams dredge drains in Sarah probe

Search teams dredge drains in Sarah probe

Police in the Sarah Everard murder investigation have continued scouring parts of Kent for evidence, now searching drains in a historic town.

Square mile of town taped off in murder probe

Square mile of town taped off in murder probe

Specialist dive teams have been called in as the Met continues a search of an historic town as part of the investigation into Sarah Everard's death.

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