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Teacher searched for indecent images while planning lessons

Teacher searched for indecent images while planning lessons

A former teacher who searched for indecent images of children while planning lessons has avoided jail.

This isn't just any cherry TV advert - it's an M&S cherry TV advert

This isn't just any cherry TV advert - it's an M&S cherry TV advert

A film crew has been on a two-day shoot in darkest Kent to make an advert for cherries being grown on Sarah Neaves' family farm.

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The man who plunged 200ft down well – and was left there

The man who plunged 200ft down well – and was left there

The shocking death of a father-of-two turned into a national scandal when no-one would pay to have his body recovered.

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Hopkins off the mark in BSB

Hopkins off the mark in BSB

Luke Hopkins finished in the points on his British Superbike Championship debut - after almost writing off his bike.

Cricket club's first win in 1,072 days

Cricket club's first win in 1,072 days

Gore Court celebrated their first win in three years at the weekend.

Vicar’s 'word with God' after ditch drama

Vicar’s 'word with God' after ditch drama

Praise the Lord, a priest had a lucky escape after his car was in collision with a lorry and ended up in a ditch.

Seven cars broken into over two nights

Seven cars broken into over two nights

Police warn motorists to take care to remove valuables from parked vehicles after seven cars were broken into over two nights in one village.

It's all over for Lee Hurst - again

It's all over for Lee Hurst - again

Twitter has suspended outspoken Kent comic Lee Hurst for his comments following an attack on England's chief medical officer Chris Whitty.

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Kent celebrates machine which does away with bell-ringers

Kent celebrates machine which does away with bell-ringers

Four Kent churches celebrated the 200th anniversary of the Ellacombe Chimes which allow one person to ring all the bells in a church tower.

Twitter fury as Kent comic 'supports' Chris Whitty thugs

Twitter fury as Kent comic 'supports' Chris Whitty thugs

Comedian Lee Hurst has caused fury on Twitter after apparently supporting the yobs who attacked the Government's chief medical officer Chris Whitty.

Organisers pull the plug on music festival

Organisers pull the plug on music festival

An outside music festival has been axed at the last minute after organisers couldn't guarantee there would be no dancing or singing.

Missing teen found

Missing teen found

A teenager who had been missing has been found.

Fatal crash driver fined over wrong insurance

Fatal crash driver fined over wrong insurance

A food delivery driver whose car hit and killed a 16-year-old girl has been given a £1,000 fine for not having the proper insurance.

Rail company's gift to Demelza charity

Rail company's gift to Demelza charity

Network Rail built a new disabled access ramp for a Kent children's hospice disrupted by its works, and donated £3,500.

Driver 'going too fast' before fatal crash

Driver 'going too fast' before fatal crash

A police officer drove the same route as a young man killed in a head-on collision and told an inquest of his findings.

Petition for action as danger railway crossing stays shut

Petition for action as danger railway crossing stays shut

A councillor is calling for urgent action after a busy footpath crossing railway tracks - temporarily shut over safety concerns - remains closed.

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MP warns his party to change tack on housing

MP warns his party to change tack on housing

A Kent MP has warned his party that it risks losing seats at the next election if it fails to listen to concerns over housing.

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Heart-warming moment missing dog reunited with siblings

Heart-warming moment missing dog reunited with siblings

A whippet missing for nearly a month, and feared stolen, has gone wild with happiness at being reunited with her family.

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£92m congestion-busting flyover plans approved

£92m congestion-busting flyover plans approved

Major upgrades on one of Kent's busiest junctions have been given the green light by the Secretary of State after a public inquiry.

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Roofer pocketed £100k from pensioner for shoddy work

Roofer pocketed £100k from pensioner for shoddy work

A crooked roofer who ripped off a trusting pensioner and pocketed about £100k for shoddy repair work, has been locked up.

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