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Jump to it and support the NHS

Jump to it and support the NHS

A skipping coach has encouraged people to get active and join his campaign to raise cash for a health service charity.

Six-figure payout following asbestos exposure

Six-figure payout following asbestos exposure

A widow has won compensation from her late husband's former employer after he was exposed to harmful materials decades ago.

Search is on the brighten up town centre hoardings

Search is on the brighten up town centre hoardings

A developer has asked students to come up with a design for his town centre hoardings while he waits for permission to start work.

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Kings Rewind: It ain't over till it's over

Kings Rewind: It ain't over till it's over

Speedway fans missing their dose of action at Central Park can relive a thrilling climax this week.

A huge relief to be back racing says top trainer

A huge relief to be back racing says top trainer

Horse racing resumed this week and its return has been warmly welcomed by those involved.

Tight-knit village teams up to sew NHS scrubs

Tight-knit village teams up to sew NHS scrubs

More than 120 people have come together in one village to sew hundreds of essential items for frontline workers in Kent.

'These are exciting times for Sittingbourne Football'

'These are exciting times for Sittingbourne Football'

Two football teams in Swale have forged closer ties.

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Driver escapes serious injury after crash

Driver escapes serious injury after crash

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a car crashed into railings on the side of a roundabout and ended up on its side.

'It's an insult and rubbing salt in our wounds'

'It's an insult and rubbing salt in our wounds'

The sister of a man brutally murdered has "lost faith in the justice system" as a mum and daughter who helped the killer flee appeal their sentences.

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Council chief executive dies of coronavirus

Council chief executive dies of coronavirus

Tributes have been paid to Mark Radford who had been battling cancer but was finally beaten by Covid-19.

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Crews tackle large straw bale fire

Crews tackle large straw bale fire

Firefighters have advised people to keep their windows closed due to the smoke coming from a large straw bale blaze.

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Work set to start on re-design of key junction

Work set to start on re-design of key junction

A busy Kent junction will have a new layout in a bid to improve traffic flow and prevent vehicles queuing back onto a dual carriageway.

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Firefighters tackle garage blaze

Firefighters tackle garage blaze

Two fire engines were dispatched after reports a garage was well alight in a Kent village.

Fire stations to host virtual open days

Fire stations to host virtual open days

Family open days at fire stations across Kent will this year take place online with a series of learn-at-home videos.

'As a teen, I felt like I had lost my independence'

'As a teen, I felt like I had lost my independence'

A teenager has written a powerful account of how lockdown has impacted his life and left him, and many others, feeling 'trapped'.

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Biker makes 154-mile round-trip to McDonald's

Biker makes 154-mile round-trip to McDonald's

Burger fans have been queuing up to grab their Big Macs.

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Man arrested after three-car crash

Man arrested after three-car crash

A 22-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of cannabis after a crash that partially blocked the M2.

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Former Arsenal player excited by project

Former Arsenal player excited by project

Brazilian footballer Denilson has linked up with Kent County League side Gillingham Town.

It's the worst of times and the best of times, says council leader

It's the worst of times and the best of times, says council leader

A council leader looking back on the past two months of the coronavirus lockdown says it has been the "worst of times" and also the "best of times."

Homes plan for tennis courts

Homes plan for tennis courts

A sports and social club wants to sell off two tennis courts so new homes can be built on the land.

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