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International artist donates £10,000 to Kent school

International artist donates £10,000 to Kent school

A Kent-born artist known across the globe has donated a large sum to his former secondary school.

War veteran who survived shocking conditions dies

War veteran who survived shocking conditions dies

A veteran who survived one of the Second World War's toughest arenas has died age 97.

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Club steward receives England Golf's unsung hero award

Club steward receives England Golf's unsung hero award

Tenterden Golf Club's Sophie Gilbert has been recognised for her efforts in supporting members during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Williams takes on captain's role

Williams takes on captain's role

Mark Williams has been named Tenterden Golf Club’s new captain.

Multi-million pound surgery opens

Multi-million pound surgery opens

A surgery has moved into its new multi-million pound building.

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Council blocks plan for Aldi store on recreation ground

Council blocks plan for Aldi store on recreation ground

German supermarket chain Aldi will not be allowed to build on a council-owned park following public outrage.

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Aldi plans to build new store on recreation ground

Aldi plans to build new store on recreation ground

Bosses at German supermarket giant Aldi have asked to buy a recreation ground in the middle of a village and build a shop on it.

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Inquest opens into death of long-serving policeman

Inquest opens into death of long-serving policeman

A long-serving police officer was found dead by his wife after they'd watched a film together, an inquest has heard.

My lockdown: a student's perspective

My lockdown: a student's perspective

A Year 11 student has given a first-hand account of her year in education during Covid.

Work progresses on new 'Captain Tom' roundabout

Work progresses on new 'Captain Tom' roundabout

Construction work is progressing on a new roundabout as council bosses ask residents to help name it.

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Council defends £1.75m town hall revamp

Council defends £1.75m town hall revamp

A council has defended plans to revamp its historic town hall, following some criticism from residents over the cost.

First photos of town's new surgery

First photos of town's new surgery

The first photos of a town's new surgery have been revealed ahead of its opening next month.

Office seize huge sword after traffic stop

Office seize huge sword after traffic stop

Police seized a massive sword after stopping and searching a car.

Relief as 'forgotten' town gets vaccine centre

Relief as 'forgotten' town gets vaccine centre

A surgery will start rolling out Covid jabs next week, sparking relief among residents who have had to travel for miles to receive their vaccine.

Rabbit statues stolen from garden

Rabbit statues stolen from garden

Three bronze statues weighing up to 300 kilos have been stolen from a garden.

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School sends home two year groups

School sends home two year groups

Kent's largest secondary has sent two year groups home after confirmed Covid-19 cases.

Covid case closes leisure centre

Covid case closes leisure centre

A leisure centre is undergoing a deep clean after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19.

Covid sees whole year at Kent's biggest school sent home

Covid sees whole year at Kent's biggest school sent home

A whole year group at the county's largest secondary school have been sent home to isolate following a case of Covid-19.

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'The Scream' found in log

'The Scream' found in log

A likeness of the world's most famous paintings has been found in a Kent tree by two volunteers who were chopping logs.

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Binman crushed by own lorry at school

Binman crushed by own lorry at school

A binman has died after being crushed by his own lorry at a prestigious school.

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