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War hero given France's top military honour says he was just 'lucky'

War hero given France's top military honour says he was just 'lucky'

War hero Colin Deverell describes the success of flying missions he took part in across occupied France as "lucky".

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Football legends tuck in at greasy spoon

Football legends tuck in at greasy spoon

Football greats Ray Parlour and David Seaman met at a greasy spoon which serves a 7,500-calorie breakfast to talk about getting into shape.

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Firefighters free driver trapped in car

Firefighters free driver trapped in car

A driver had to be cut free from a car by firefighters after it rolled over.

Darling Buds farm on market for £3m

Darling Buds farm on market for £3m

The iconic Darling Buds of May farm has gone on the market.

Shop forced to close after break-in

Shop forced to close after break-in

A shop owner has been forced to close up after burglars stole stock and caused damage to the store.

Fury as 180 trees felled for four homes

Fury as 180 trees felled for four homes

A developer has defended its actions after a leafy suburb was left looking desert-like.

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Arrest made after shop burgled

Arrest made after shop burgled

Police have arrested a man after a shop was burgled this morning.

Firefighters continuing to tackle mattress mountain blaze

Firefighters continuing to tackle mattress mountain blaze

Fire crews have now been at the recycling plant for over two days.

Mattress mountain blaze - latest

Mattress mountain blaze - latest

Progress has been made in the fight against a gigantic fire at an industrial estate.

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Row over traffic lights at main junction

Row over traffic lights at main junction

Residents fear their town will be left gridlocked after plans to install traffic lights at a main junction.

Around 1,000 tonnes of rubbish alight as 'mattress mountain' goes up in flames

Around 1,000 tonnes of rubbish alight as 'mattress mountain' goes up in flames

Six fire crews are currently battling a huge blaze on a Kent industrial estate.

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Syrian siblings make film about journey to Kent

Syrian siblings make film about journey to Kent

A brother and sister forced to leave their home in Syria have spoken about their new life in Kent.

Heritage railway defies vandals to get back on track

Heritage railway defies vandals to get back on track

Members of the public dug deep in a "quite extraordinary" response to the wrecking of a carriage on an historic steam line.

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Man charged over bungalow burglary

Man charged over bungalow burglary

A 19-year-old has been charged over a burglary where an iPad was stolen.

Vandals trash historic steam train

Vandals trash historic steam train

Volunteers have been left devastated after vandals caused damage costing thousands to a top attraction.

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Massive sinkhole opens up near park

Massive sinkhole opens up near park

A huge 10ft-wide crater has opened up by a popular recreation ground right next to an electricity substation.

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Sinkhole spotted near a primary school

Sinkhole spotted near a primary school

A hole has opened up on the same road as a primary school.

Visitors centre will become 'icon'

Visitors centre will become 'icon'

A brewery that will run tours is expected to become a major tourist attraction.

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Kent actress spots suffragette killed by horse in rare film

Kent actress spots suffragette killed by horse in rare film

Rare footage of suffragette Emily Davison, killed by King's horse, is identified by Kent actress.

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Row over pool closure as child is 'caught short'

Row over pool closure as child is 'caught short'

Child 'caught short' at swimming pool causes cleaning row

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