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Police accidentally delete CCTV footage of house raid

Police accidentally delete CCTV footage of house raid

Officers accidentally deleted footage of a break-in supplied by the family of the elderly victims, who say they have been "let down".

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Appeal after family of swans killed

Appeal after family of swans killed

An entire family of swans has been killed in a ‘senseless’ and 'deliberate' attack.

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Video shows raid on ill pensioner's home

Video shows raid on ill pensioner's home

CCTV captured the scene as a burglar smashed his way into the home of a seriously ill 77-year-old woman as she lay in a hospital bed.

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Welcome to Narnia as town transforms itself for Christmas

Welcome to Narnia as town transforms itself for Christmas

A high street will be transformed into Narnia for the opening of a Christmas market tonight.

Kent's 'Turkey Whisperer' reveals secrets

Kent's 'Turkey Whisperer' reveals secrets

A turkey farmer has shown why his produce is a sell-out every Christmas.

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Just a few hours left to vote for Cooper in TV sing-off

Just a few hours left to vote for Cooper in TV sing-off

A Kent teenager who is appearing in a TV musical bootcamp will know today if he has enough votes to make the final.

Relief as surgery expansion approved

Relief as surgery expansion approved

The future of a GP surgery has been secured after plans to extend the site were approved - despite being recommended for refusal.

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Witness appeal after woman seriously injured in crash

Witness appeal after woman seriously injured in crash

Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash that resulted in a woman being airlifted to a London hospital.

Great-grandad's final wish granted

Great-grandad's final wish granted

A great-grandad who told care home bosses he hoped to renew vows with his wife has had his final wish granted.

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Teen suffers broken leg in attack at graveyard

Teen suffers broken leg in attack at graveyard

Two people have been arrested after a teenage boy was seriously assaulted, leaving him with a broken leg and head injuries, in a graveyard.

Pub closes after ‘lack of support’

Pub closes after ‘lack of support’

A village pub has been forced to close "due to a lack of local support".

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Multimillion-pound doctors' surgery plan in doubt

Multimillion-pound doctors' surgery plan in doubt

The future of a super surgery hangs in the balance as plans for a new multimillion-pound building hit a brick wall.

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Ringing the changes with £2.2m church revamp

Ringing the changes with £2.2m church revamp

A major £2.2m scheme to transform St Mildred's church involves replacing the pews with removable seating.

Don't give in: First World War hero's last words to troops

Don't give in: First World War hero's last words to troops

A major's extraordinary courage has been remembered by his family 100 years after his death.

Family tragedy inspires girl

Family tragedy inspires girl

A 10-year-old girl says she wants to become an organ donor in memory of her hero grandad who died at the age of 44.

Police issue e-fit of boiler man at pensioner's home

Police issue e-fit of boiler man at pensioner's home

Police want to identify a man who called at pensioner's house claiming he needed to service the boiler.

Sex predator jailed for leisure centre attacks

Sex predator jailed for leisure centre attacks

A sex predator who attacked five victims including children at a leisure centre has been jailed.

Teen's smile hides devastating invisible illness

Teen's smile hides devastating invisible illness

A teenager who relies on a cocktail of drugs to keep her alive is sharing her experiences in a bid to help others.

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Grieving families told to limit tributes

Grieving families told to limit tributes

A council has told grieving relatives they are only allowed to lay flowers at their loved ones' memorial benches once a year.

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Vicar's faith in people restored as stolen food replaced

Vicar's faith in people restored as stolen food replaced

Carrier bags full of food have arrived at Appledore vicarage following the theft of harvest festival produce from the church altar.

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