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Bomb ship could detonate and cause tsunami, Sky drama predicts

Bomb ship could detonate and cause tsunami, Sky drama predicts

A new Sky drama has predicted that an infamous 'bomb ship' off the Kent coastline could detonate and cause a huge tsunami.

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Man struck over head and attacked in bar

Man struck over head and attacked in bar

A man was attacked and struck over the back of the head and punched and kicked as he lay on the floor of a nightclub.

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Determined to get answers after brother's death at 41

Determined to get answers after brother's death at 41

Sister of dead man describes what it was like living in a care home which was later rated 'inadequate'.

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Oasis where nature lives with relics of industrial past

Oasis where nature lives with relics of industrial past

Kent is home to Elmley, the only family-owned and managed farm in the UK to be a National Nature Reserve. Here's what we made of it...

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Free parking plans stalled

Free parking plans stalled

A plan to make parking free on Saturdays in Swale’s town centres has been shot down.

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Burglars 'wheeled away goods in a shopping trolley'

Burglars 'wheeled away goods in a shopping trolley'

The hunt is on for a man and a woman after a vape store was raided in the early hours and £4k of goods was stolen.

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Firefighters tackle cargo ship blaze at docks

Firefighters tackle cargo ship blaze at docks

Five fire engines, a technical rescue unit and the fire service's inflatable boat were sent to tackle a ship blaze.

Woman and three men hunted after paint attack on car and house

Woman and three men hunted after paint attack on car and house

Police have released CCTV photos of three men and a woman they want to talk to following a spate of paint and vandal attacks on a car and house.

Big sister scales peak as thanks for ‘saving family’

Big sister scales peak as thanks for ‘saving family’

A 15-year-old girl took on a charity trek up the highest mountain in Wales for her little brother who beat cancer.

Busy greenkeeper celebrates double success

Busy greenkeeper celebrates double success

Sheerness Golf Club’s head greenkeeper has helped produce a new short game practice area at the club while showing he can play a bit too.

65ft phone mast plans are ‘too close’ to homes

65ft phone mast plans are ‘too close’ to homes

Plans have been put forward for a 5G phone mast in a residential street - which would be equivalent to almost five stacked double decker buses.

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Team of the week

Team of the week

Find out who's in KentOnline's team of the week and vote for your star man.

Petition set up after crash chaos

Petition set up after crash chaos

A petition has been set up for another route to part of Kent after a serious accident led to drivers being stranded by a seven-hour road closure.

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Film is for the outsider in us all

Film is for the outsider in us all

A woman who struggled with her sexuality growing up in Kent has written and directed a short film celebrating the act of coming out to inspire others.

Film is for the outsider in us all

Film is for the outsider in us all

A woman who struggled with her sexuality growing up in Kent has written and directed a short film celebrating the act of coming out to inspire others.

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Suspected milk thief due in court

Suspected milk thief due in court

A man has been charged following a string of burglaries - including one that saw milk stolen from a residential property.

Pet shop left gutted by blaze re-opens with new look

Pet shop left gutted by blaze re-opens with new look

A pet shop that was gutted by a serious fire which killed several animals is to reopen today.

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Memorial gardens planned for borough

Memorial gardens planned for borough

Three memorial gardens could be created across part of Kent to remember the hundreds of residents who have died from coronavirus.

Changes at hospital will be 'discriminative'

Changes at hospital will be 'discriminative'

A decision to end close a surgery and walk-in centre at a hospital discriminates against people who live nearby, says a parish council.

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Urgent action taken at 'inadequate' residential home

Urgent action taken at 'inadequate' residential home

A residential home which has been described as 'not a happy place to live' has been by CQC inspectors.

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