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Second High Court battle over inquiry costs

Second High Court battle over inquiry costs

A council has asked the High Court to look again at a decision to award costs to a developer after an inspector overturned a planning decision.

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Assault suspect due in court

Assault suspect due in court

A man who has been charged with assault and having a weapon is due to appear in court.

Cannabis plants discovered by police

Cannabis plants discovered by police

Officers uncovered a number of cannabis plants after initially being called to reports of a burglary.

Police seek video film of brawling couple

Police seek video film of brawling couple

Police are trying to trace video footage of a man and woman who were arrested for fighting in the street in the early hours.

Charity launches online sessions

Charity launches online sessions

An organisation dedicated to helping older people has started to roll out activity classes on Zoom.

Sheep spotted strolling down street

Sheep spotted strolling down street

The fluffy farmyard creatures were seen trotting down a road and an appeal was made to reunite them with their owner.

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Beach rave stabbing victims still in hospital

Beach rave stabbing victims still in hospital

A suspect has been bailed after two men were stabbed during a beach party.

Council criticised over drop in planning cash

Council criticised over drop in planning cash

The coalition leading a borough council has been attacked for the lack of revenue raised from deals struck with developers.

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Litter on the increase, says council

Litter on the increase, says council

The number of times fly-tipped trash has been reported in part of Kent has increased, it has been revealed.

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Two stabbed at beach rave

Two stabbed at beach rave

Two people stabbed at a beach rave are recovering in hospital while one man is in custody over the attack.

Police called to beach 'party'

Police called to beach 'party'

More than 200 people descended on a beach for an open-air party last night.

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MP criticises council over vaping ban 'hypocrisy'

MP criticises council over vaping ban 'hypocrisy'

An MP has hit out over a ban that allows councillors to continue to vape inside council buildings - but no-one else.

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'My daughter needs help, not prison'

'My daughter needs help, not prison'

The mother of a nuisance caller, who cost emergency services nearly £500k in wasted resources, says her daughter was failed by the system.

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Two in court after holiday park disturbance

Two in court after holiday park disturbance

Two men charged after police were called to a row at a holiday park are due in court.

Petrol station closed for maintenance

Petrol station closed for maintenance

A supermarket has temporarily closed its petrol station as workers begin a five-day upgrade.

Lifeboat called to sinking speedboat

Lifeboat called to sinking speedboat

Three people were passed into care of the paramedics after lifeboats were called to an emergency response.

‘Holiday parks must reopen for sake of economy’

‘Holiday parks must reopen for sake of economy’

A Kent MP has called for holiday parks across the county to be reopened immediately.

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Police crack down on cockle-pickers

Police crack down on cockle-pickers

The authorities have been keeping a close eye on beaches known for illegal shellfish collectors - who can make thousands per day.

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Peddle ahead for charity bike ride

Peddle ahead for charity bike ride

Cyclists are being invited to take part in a mammoth sponsored ride spanning four countries to raise money for a children's hospice.

Plans for no-drinking zone extension

Plans for no-drinking zone extension

A council has brought forward proposals to extend a no-drinking zone in part of a Kent town.

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