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Drug dealer jailed after police chase

Drug dealer jailed after police chase

A drug dealer who was caught after driving over a stinger during a chase has been jailed.

Parents warned over identity theft after school cyber attack

Parents warned over identity theft after school cyber attack

A secondary school has fallen victim to a data ransom attack with parents warned to remain vigilant over identity theft.

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'Smart' new bridge reinstated over River Stour

'Smart' new bridge reinstated over River Stour

Residents have celebrated the return of a bridge following its half a million pound overhaul.

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New data shows Pfizer vaccine has passed safety checks

New data shows Pfizer vaccine has passed safety checks

The coronavirus vaccine from Pfizer due to arrive in the UK before the end of the year has passed its safety checks, according to new data.

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Pictures of Toll Bridge through the years as works near completion

Pictures of Toll Bridge through the years as works near completion

A key bridge will reopen in a matter of weeks as Kent County Council has confirmed its half a million pound upgrade works remain on track.

More than 250 pupils sent home to self-isolate

More than 250 pupils sent home to self-isolate

Two schools in the Sandwich area have sent their pupils home to self isolate following cases of Covid-19.

'These men of Worth village gave everything they had'

'These men of Worth village gave everything they had'

Poignant words of Remembrance at the unveiling of a village war memorial 100 years ago are still relevant in reminding us how we should never forget

Quest to find 'wonky dog' new home for Christmas

Quest to find 'wonky dog' new home for Christmas

A search is on for a new home for a three-legged dog who survived intentionally being run over.

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'Big hope we can vaccinate ready for winter'

'Big hope we can vaccinate ready for winter'

Doctors, nurses and armed services personnel are preparing to administer millions of Coronavirus doses in a matter of weeks

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Residents stay at home as mayor leads Remembrance service

Residents stay at home as mayor leads Remembrance service

Families stayed at home as a town's mayor led a hugely scaled back Remembrance Sunday service.

Covid vaccine is '90% effective' say Pfizer and BioNTech

Covid vaccine is '90% effective' say Pfizer and BioNTech

Drug trials for a Covid vaccine have shown just 94 out of 43,538 people contracted the virus making the result a 'great day' for science and humanity

Christmas rainbows to light up windows this advent

Christmas rainbows to light up windows this advent

One Kent town will be counting down the days until Christmas with a new window display each day - and this year rainbows will feature in every one.

Much-vandalised heritage railway targeted again

Much-vandalised heritage railway targeted again

Yobs have sprayed graffiti all over a newly-arrived train ahead of its debut.

Boot-full of surprises delivered to family with poorly children

Boot-full of surprises delivered to family with poorly children

There were no tricks - just treats - waiting at the front door for a young girl who is undergoing treatment for bone cancer, and her family.

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Desilting works announced after dead fish found in water

Desilting works announced after dead fish found in water

A programme of desilting works will be conducted in waterways around a Kent town including a stream where dead fish were found floating.

Tobacco thief must repay £12,282 of £500k fraud

Tobacco thief must repay £12,282 of £500k fraud

A gang member must repay £12,282 after he and his accomplices stole £500k worth of confiscated tobacco from the government.

Police stinger left in road after pursuit

Police stinger left in road after pursuit

A couple had all four of their Land Rover's tyres destroyed by a stinger left in the road by police who had used it to stop another vehicle.

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'Agonising' death for seal

'Agonising' death for seal

A young seal found with fishing line around its neck is feared to have suffered an "agonising" death.

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Socially distanced Macbeth at former church

Socially distanced Macbeth at former church

'Fair is foul, and foul is fair' - Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth is to be performed at the former church St Mary's Arts Centre

Backlash prompts council to keep toilets open

Backlash prompts council to keep toilets open

Backlash from residents has prompted a town council to find extra funds to keep its public toilets open throughout the autumn.

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