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Another delay hits town centre development

Another delay hits town centre development

Opening of bus hub for £57 million new-look town centre held up by 'weather' and 'safety critical' fears.

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Lynch's faith in youth

Lynch's faith in youth

Chris Lynch says it takes a brave manager to persist with his youth policy at Sittingbourne.

'Getting the band back together'

'Getting the band back together'

Travel agents have returned to work weeks after thinking they had locked up for good.

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Crash on M2

Crash on M2

A crash between a lorry and a van caused long delays.

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Inside Kent's most viewed homes

Inside Kent's most viewed homes

Property website Zoopla has revealed the top three homes in Kent that people have looked at the most over the past month.

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Football agent in bribery trial

Football agent in bribery trial

A man accused of helping arrange bribes for some of England's top flight football coaches.

School celebrates golden anniversary

School celebrates golden anniversary

A school has been celebrating its golden anniversary year, by inviting former pupils into class.

Homes targeted by foul-mouthed callers

Homes targeted by foul-mouthed callers

Residents have told how they were approached by people knocking on their front doors and then sworn at.

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Boxer jailed for Remembrance Day knife frenzy

Boxer jailed for Remembrance Day knife frenzy

A boxer who launched a brutal knife attack on a friend has been locked up.

‘We want to see people haven’t forgotten her’

‘We want to see people haven’t forgotten her’

A vigil for a popular teenager who died after a crash last year is being held in her memory to mark the first anniversary of her death.

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Fury as school bans buses from using its premises

Fury as school bans buses from using its premises

Motorists and residents have been warned to expect more rush-hour delays when a fleet of buses starts dropping off youngsters on the busy A2.

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Emergency repairs lead to delays on M2

Emergency repairs lead to delays on M2

Collapsed manhole has caused traffic delays on the London-bound slip road.

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We've changed quite a bit

We've changed quite a bit

Nathan Elder's inside knowledge on Sittingbourne may not be much use this weekend.

It’s more common than autism - but no-one’s heard of it

It’s more common than autism - but no-one’s heard of it

The mum of a seven-year-old girl who was diagnosed with a communication disorder wants to raise awareness of the condition to help others.

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Rat infestation costs pizza boss £15k

Rat infestation costs pizza boss £15k

The former operator of a takeaway pizza place infested with rats has been slapped with a bill of more than £15,000.

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Paramedics treat biker at roadside

Paramedics treat biker at roadside

Police closed one lane of a dual carriageway while a motorcyclist was treated following a crash.

Hundreds of homes on way on new estate

Hundreds of homes on way on new estate

Plans for hundreds of homes which have proved unpopular with locals have been approved by councillors.

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FA Trophy draw

FA Trophy draw

The draw for the FA Trophy first qualifying round has been made.

Lights out for Saul

Lights out for Saul

Saul Watson quits Kent band after 22 years with a 'lights out' farewell show

Family's ancestor was slave who fought for Napoleon

Family's ancestor was slave who fought for Napoleon

A Kent family has discovered their relative was a slave who fought for Napoleon and was captured by the English.

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