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Covid jab 'hell' as elderly forced to wait three hours in supermarket car park

Covid jab 'hell' as elderly forced to wait three hours in supermarket car park

Hundreds of elderly and vulnerable forced to wait outside for than three house in almost sub-zero temperatures for their Covid booster jabs.

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Monster Raving Loony Party to stand in Old Bexley by-election

Monster Raving Loony Party to stand in Old Bexley by-election

Veteran Loony Party candidate Mad Mike Young has thrown his hat into the ring in the battle for the Old Bexley and Sidcup by-election.

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Casualty actor’s real-life hospital horror

Casualty actor’s real-life hospital horror

Actor Phil Goldacre lost both his legs from sepsis and diabetes but is in demand more than ever as TV companies seek him out for disabled roles.

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New lights but no switch-on for town

New lights but no switch-on for town

A seaside town which has spent £18k on new Christmas lights won't be having an official switch-on because it has lost its clock.

Solar-powered loo for sailors

Solar-powered loo for sailors

A Kent harbour has installed a solar-powered loo for sailors as part of its new 'green' agenda.

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Entire weekend closures for flyover work

Entire weekend closures for flyover work

Motorists are to face entire weekend closures at a busy roundabout next month because of roadworks.

Baroness: Supermarket in a bus is 'just the ticket’

Baroness: Supermarket in a bus is 'just the ticket’

Former national newspaper editor and food poverty campaigner Baroness Rosie Boycott hitched a ride on a bus to try out its mobile supermarket.

Multi-million pound vision for new pier and marina

Multi-million pound vision for new pier and marina

Exclusive: The Isle of Sheppey could get a new pier and marina in an ambitious plan launched today.

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Government "misled" over GP appointments

Government "misled" over GP appointments

A MP has clashed with a health minister over the difficulty his constituents find trying to contact a doctor.

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Busy crossing reopens after accident

Busy crossing reopens after accident

An accident forced the southbound section of a busy crossing to close.

Dock workers could go on strike over planned job cuts

Dock workers could go on strike over planned job cuts

Plans to cut more than 50 jobs and reduce overtime hours have resulted in dock workers considering taking strike action.

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FA Vase Third Round draw

FA Vase Third Round draw

The draw has been made for the Third Round of the FA Vase.

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Driver 'threatened with axe' in road rage incident

Driver 'threatened with axe' in road rage incident

A man in his 20s has been arrested after a road rage incident saw police seize an axe and a baseball bat.

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First glimpse at how first special school could look

First glimpse at how first special school could look

The first images of a proposed new special school – the first of its kind on Sheppey – have been released.

Dockyard Church renovation on target

Dockyard Church renovation on target

A multi-million pound makeover of a former dockyard church which was all-but destroyed by fire is on target to be completed by next autumn.

Malachi's perfect response

Malachi's perfect response

Sheppey United winger Malachi Hudson refused to sulk when he was dropped - and his positive attitude is paying off nicely.

Tesco proves every little helps...

Tesco proves every little helps...

A Tesco store has organised an awards night for local heroes who pulled together during the Covid lockdowns.

Hunt is on to find prison officers

Hunt is on to find prison officers

Would you work in prison for £27,851? Three Kent jails have launched a recruitment drive for people to train as prison officers.

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How we marked Armistice Day

How we marked Armistice Day

A round-up of services and events to mark Armistice Day 2021.

'Diabolical' council blunder allows 'eyesore' 5G mast to go up

'Diabolical' council blunder allows 'eyesore' 5G mast to go up

A colossal 5G phone mast can be installed in a residential street after a council error meant officers ran out of time to object to the plans.

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