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'Wartime bombs' wash up at beach

'Wartime bombs' wash up at beach

A video shows a bomb disposal unit parked at a beach after 'at least five Suspected World War bombs' are understood to have washed up.

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Resident fears closure of toilets will 'destroy' town

Resident fears closure of toilets will 'destroy' town

A resident has accused a town of misleading visitors by advertising it is "open" when both a key access route and its public toilets are set to close.

Nature reserve safe to open after seven years

Nature reserve safe to open after seven years

A nature reserve, formerly owned by pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, has been deemed safe to open after seven years.

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Admiral Owen pub to be auctioned

Admiral Owen pub to be auctioned

A pub that has been running since 1832 in a building that dates back to medieval times is to be auctioned.

Christmas lights switch-on will be virtual

Christmas lights switch-on will be virtual

A Christmas lights switch-on event will be held virtually with crowds discouraged from gathering to witness the action, it has been announced.

Disabled teenager completes Captain Tom inspired challenge

Disabled teenager completes Captain Tom inspired challenge

A teenager who doesn't know how much longer he'll be able to walk has been inspired by Caption Tom to take on a fundraising challenge.

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Crews remove 4,000 litres of water from sinking boat

Crews remove 4,000 litres of water from sinking boat

Fire crews spent four hours removing 4,000 litres of water from a sinking boat on a river.

'It's like they don't give a stuff about the traders'

'It's like they don't give a stuff about the traders'

Business owners have hit out against Kent County Council over plans to shut off a major access route into a town in the lead up to Christmas.

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Airbnb hosts slammed for 'fatphobic' comments

Airbnb hosts slammed for 'fatphobic' comments

A body positivity activist has hit out at Airbnb hosts in Kent for 'fatphobic' listing banning guests weighing more than 16st.

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Outrage as 'unofficial nature reserve' destroyed

Outrage as 'unofficial nature reserve' destroyed

A council has stepped in to investigate the demolition of an 'unofficial nature reserve' in a medieval Kent town.

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Dead fish reappear in waterway despite desilting works

Dead fish reappear in waterway despite desilting works

New images have emerged of more dead fish in a waterway despite de-silting works at the beginning of the year.

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Boxing club quits leisure centre despite £50k investment

Boxing club quits leisure centre despite £50k investment

An amateur boxing club has said its faced 'no choice' but to walk away from the leisure centre it contributed more than £50,000 towards setting up.

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'Students must wear masks'

'Students must wear masks'

A Kent secondary has made mask-wearing mandatory, even providing some to students.

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Festival to go ahead with limited programme

Festival to go ahead with limited programme

A popular Bank Holiday event feared cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic will go ahead but with a limited programme.

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Vandals target Discovery Park with red paint

Vandals target Discovery Park with red paint

A picture shows how business park has been attacked by vandals who drenched a reception area in red paint

A lockdown wedding with 'neigh' guests - well almost!

A lockdown wedding with 'neigh' guests - well almost!

A disabled GB horse rider who waited 15 years to marry her husband was overwhelmed by their special guest of honour.

Charity shop's 'golden rule' advice as doors reopen

Charity shop's 'golden rule' advice as doors reopen

A charity shop is asking donators to follow one golden rule as it celebrates reopening after lockdown.

Porsche emblazoned with Lucas' name leads anniversary tributes

Porsche emblazoned with Lucas' name leads anniversary tributes

Balloons, candles and a sportscar are among the mass of tributes left to Lucas Dobson one year on from his tragic death.

Leisure centre's £120k refurbishment under new ownership

Leisure centre's £120k refurbishment under new ownership

A leisure centre has unveiled its new look following completion of the first phase of its six-figure renovation.

'Life without Lucas has been barren and empty'

'Life without Lucas has been barren and empty'

The mother of Lucas Dobson who died after falling into a river has spoken of life without him on the first anniversary of his disappearance.

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