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Theft charges after products vanish

Theft charges after products vanish

A woman has been charged with theft after more than £150 of items were stolen from shops.

An A-level results day like no other

An A-level results day like no other

The anxious wait is over for thousands of teenagers today as A-level results are out.

Conservative leader says 'sorry' for royal slur

Conservative leader says 'sorry' for royal slur

A Conservative leader has apologised for suggesting coalition members were receiving 'brown paper packages' from Prince Charles' Duchy of Cornwall.

Cyclist pedals to Wales... without leaving the county

Cyclist pedals to Wales... without leaving the county

A father-of-two cycled 155 miles in a single day around Kent to raise money for a good cause.

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Man in court charged with theft

Man in court charged with theft

A man has appeared in court after being charged with theft and assaulting an emergency worker.

Rescue mission after men get stuck in the mud

Rescue mission after men get stuck in the mud

A trio had to be rescued after their boat got stuck in the mud.

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Visitors spined and dined at girl’s hedgehog hotel

Visitors spined and dined at girl’s hedgehog hotel

A 10-year-old girl who has helped to build two houses for hedgehogs is hoping more people will follow suit.

Life on one of Kent's most polluted roads

Life on one of Kent's most polluted roads

Residents and a pub owner have been sharing their experiences of life on one of Kent's most polluted roads.

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Clare's mass head shave for hospice

Clare's mass head shave for hospice

A charity shop manager and her friends have cocked a snook to cancer - and raised vital funds for a good cause.

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Greek restaurant falls victim to Covid-19 crisis

Greek restaurant falls victim to Covid-19 crisis

A Greek restaurant at a country pub has announced it will not be reopening its doors due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Arrest made after man stabbed

Arrest made after man stabbed

A woman is in custody after police were called to reports of an assault which left a man in hospital.

Reptile habitats lost in park fire

Reptile habitats lost in park fire

Firefighters were called to put out a blaze which had engulfed an area of grass which was home to snakes and lizards.

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Residents take on rail operators over train horn noise

Residents take on rail operators over train horn noise

Residents are pleading with Network Rail and Southeastern to lower the volume of new train horns which are blown every half-hour from 6am to midnight.

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Firefighters called to grass blaze

Firefighters called to grass blaze

Almost 2.5 acres of grass has been put out after it caught alight.

Sailors to kayak 145 miles for Kent children's charity

Sailors to kayak 145 miles for Kent children's charity

Sailors are swapping their state-of-the-art frigate for kayaks for a four-day endurance challenge to help seriously ill children.

Driver killed in motorway crash

Driver killed in motorway crash

A man has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after a 34-year-old man was killed in a crash during the early hours.

Hales clinches title by a single shot

Hales clinches title by a single shot

Leigh Hales made a triumphant return to the amateur ranks by claiming the Club Champion title at Sittingbourne & Milton Regis Golf Club.

Woman's shock after finding huge snake

Woman's shock after finding huge snake

A nurse has spoken of her fright after encountering a large snake while walking on a country lane

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First look at new special school

First look at new special school

Pictures reveal a first look at a new special school which will start to teach youngsters from September.

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Plane of missing RAF gunner to be recovered, 77 years on

Plane of missing RAF gunner to be recovered, 77 years on

The son of an RAF gunner whose plane vanished in the Second World War will finally be able to lay his father to rest.

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