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Puppy's agony after owner tries to remove tail

Puppy's agony after owner tries to remove tail

A 15-week-old puppy yelped in pain when RSCA inspectors touched his tail after a cruel attempt to dock it. WARNING: Graphic images.

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Windmill damaged... by wind

Windmill damaged... by wind

A village windmill could cost thousands to repair after a rush of wind damaged the wooden sail.

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Mobility scooter dumped in field after burglary

Mobility scooter dumped in field after burglary

A stolen mobility scooter was found dumped in a field more than four miles away from its owner's home.

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Happy hens saved from slaughter

Happy hens saved from slaughter

Hundreds of happy hens have been saved from slaughter and rehomed after rescuers responded to an appeal to take them from a farm.

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Call to ban hunt meeting in town for good

Call to ban hunt meeting in town for good

An appeal has been made to permanently ban a Boxing Day hunt meeting following violent skirmishes.

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Teens 'offer drugs to primary school pupils at playtime'

Teens 'offer drugs to primary school pupils at playtime'

Teenagers have allegedly offered cigarettes and drugs to primary school pupils during playtime in a shocking incident.

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Double lung transplant is only hope for brave Yasmin

Double lung transplant is only hope for brave Yasmin

A seriously ill 20-year-old is lying in a hospital bed waiting for a double lung transplant - her only hope of survival.

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Petrol station and garage on market for £4m

Petrol station and garage on market for £4m

An Esso petrol station, garage and a convenience store have gone on the market.

Police appeal for witnesses after jewellery theft

Police appeal for witnesses after jewellery theft

Police are appealing for witnesses after a break-in when jewellery was stolen.

Man cut free from car after crash

Man cut free from car after crash

Police, ambulances and fire crews were called to the scene of a crash this afternoon.

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Luxury cosmetics shop to open in town

Luxury cosmetics shop to open in town

A luxury cosmetics retailer is set to open a new store in a Kent high street.

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Go-ahead for house where deer can walk on roof

Go-ahead for house where deer can walk on roof

A stunning glass-fronted home where deer will be able to wander onto the roof is to be built in open countryside.

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Kent's 'smallest record shop' opens doors

Kent's 'smallest record shop' opens doors

A new record shop - potentially the smallest in Kent - opened its doors this week and its owner hopes to make a big noise.

Children made homeless by fire inundated with Christmas gifts

Children made homeless by fire inundated with Christmas gifts

Children who lost their Christmas presents when fire ripped through their homes have been inundated with gifts.

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Parts of Kent on alert as flood warning follows heavy rain

Parts of Kent on alert as flood warning follows heavy rain

Heavy overnight rainfall has resulted in parts of Kent being put on flood alert.

Plans for homes on farmland approved

Plans for homes on farmland approved

Plans to convert old farmland into homes in a village have been accepted.

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Dad tells of dramatic night-time rescue as fire took hold

Dad tells of dramatic night-time rescue as fire took hold

A dad has told how he rescued his young family who were sleeping as a fire raged below their top floor flat.

100 homes plan rejected...for now

100 homes plan rejected...for now

Plans for a 100-house development have been sent back to the drawing board after councillors refuse to approve it.

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Real or no real? Village's Christmas tree battle

Real or no real? Village's Christmas tree battle

The issue of which is best - a real or artificial Christmas tree - has proved a prickly one for a village.

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High street cinema plan doubts

High street cinema plan doubts

A leaked email has revealed significant misgivings about plans for a £2.5 million movie theatre.

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