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Son stole £50k from his elderly mum for gambling

Son stole £50k from his elderly mum for gambling

Power of attorney abused by son who secretly swiped thousands of pounds - meant for his mother's care - to spend on gambling habit.

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Did you see cash point theft?

Did you see cash point theft?

A pensioner had his money stolen while using a High Street ATM.

Rail line re-opens after three-week closure

Rail line re-opens after three-week closure

Trains will be able to travel faster than before after repairs to prevent future landslips were completed.

Crews battle chimney blaze

Crews battle chimney blaze

Firefighters have issued safety reminders to residents after being called to a chimney fire.

'Barriers failed to save my sister and that can’t happen again'

'Barriers failed to save my sister and that can’t happen again'

The family of a woman who died on the A21 are calling for a safety investigation and are being backed by an MP.

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MP blasted over Valentine's Day gun joke

MP blasted over Valentine's Day gun joke

Hundreds of people have criticised a Kent MP for tweeting a photo of himself armed with a gun after his daughter received a Valentine's Day card.

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'We need to preserve our status'

'We need to preserve our status'

Tonbridge Angels have followed Maidstone's lead by putting their first-team squad on furlough.

Train line closures for landslip prevention works

Train line closures for landslip prevention works

Engineers are working to rebuild the entrance to a tunnel to reduce the risk of landslips and as a result a railway line will be closed.

'My GCSEs were cancelled - so I wrote a book'

'My GCSEs were cancelled - so I wrote a book'

A 16-year-old schoolgirl is now a published author after writing her first book during lockdown.

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Uncertainty making life tough for Tonbridge Angels

Uncertainty making life tough for Tonbridge Angels

Managing a National League side at present is proving to be quite a challenge.

30mph limit suggested outside special needs school

30mph limit suggested outside special needs school

The public have a chance to air the views on a proposed reduction in speed limits.

Bake along with Jane Beedle

Bake along with Jane Beedle

A Great British Bake Off finalist is cooking up support for the Tree of Hope charity.

Council goes over the heads of planning inspectors to the top

Council goes over the heads of planning inspectors to the top

The housing minister Robert Jenrick has been urged to intervene to pass a borough's Local Plan.

Fire breaks out at rural property

Fire breaks out at rural property

Five fire engines are at the scene of a blaze which broke out earlier this morning.

County's third mass vaccination centre opens

County's third mass vaccination centre opens

Grandparents looking forward to hugging their grandchildren again were some of the first visitors to a mass vaccination centre which opened today.

Large-scale Covid vaccine centre set to open after delay

Large-scale Covid vaccine centre set to open after delay

A coronavirus vaccination centre able to administer thousands of jabs each week is set to open today, after its unveiling was delayed by the snow.

Mass vaccine centre opening delayed due to snow

Mass vaccine centre opening delayed due to snow

The opening of Kent's third large scale vaccination centre was delayed today due to bad weather.

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Two week railway closure for landslip repairs

Two week railway closure for landslip repairs

A 150metre stretch of railway will be closed for another two weeks while engineers repair damage caused by landslips.

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Time to cease rambling

Time to cease rambling

A dedicated volunteer has spent 45 years ensuring Kent's rights of ways remain open.

Police kick out county lines gangs

Police kick out county lines gangs

Two boroughs in Kent are now clear of London drug dealers.

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