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'Sorry to report that this is not our finest hour'

'Sorry to report that this is not our finest hour'

A popular military and vintage lifestyle event will not go ahead this month after a council raised visitor safety concerns because of coronavirus.

Children display homework at school's new 'Rainbow Library'

Children display homework at school's new 'Rainbow Library'

A primary school preparing to welcome back pupils has started a colourful project designed to keep children reading during lockdown.

Tech firm aiming to transform surgery

Tech firm aiming to transform surgery

Funding has been secured to develop a virtual reality tool to allow surgeons and students to engage with procedures remotely.

Care home to replace Volvo garage

Care home to replace Volvo garage

A car showroom will be demolished to make way for a 75-bed nursing home.

Man charged with spitting in police officer's eye

Man charged with spitting in police officer's eye

A 28-year-old has been charged with several offences after allegedly spitting at two police officers.

Embracing the Polish experience

Embracing the Polish experience

D’Sean Theobalds went abroad to fulfil his dream of full-time football and is reaping the benefits.

Garage fire probably caused by freezer

Garage fire probably caused by freezer

The fire service were called this morning to extinguish a blaze at a residential property.

Sex offender jailed after violent attack on unsuspecting victim

Sex offender jailed after violent attack on unsuspecting victim

A 46-year-old man followed a woman when she got off a train before launching an attack which left her in hospital.

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Couple's High Court fight for humanist marriage

Couple's High Court fight for humanist marriage

A couple from Kent are among six to battle the High Court to make humanist weddings legally recognised.

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Tragic discovery as woman's body pulled from river

Tragic discovery as woman's body pulled from river

A woman's body has been pulled from a river which runs through a town centre.

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Plans for trade park approved

Plans for trade park approved

Go-ahead given for redevelopment of town centre 'eyesore' site which has been left empty for almost 30 years.

'Follow rules or we'll shut you down'

'Follow rules or we'll shut you down'

A council will be operating patrols from Saturday to ensure pubs follow Covid-19 regulations as they welcome back drinkers.

Pen-pal scheme connects care home residents

Pen-pal scheme connects care home residents

School pupils hope to raise the spirits of older folk who are isolating during the pandemic by putting pen to paper.

Cyclist is victim of unprovoked attack

Cyclist is victim of unprovoked attack

The rider was stopped in the road before his alleged assailant punched him in the face.

Manager McKimm glad to strengthen on and off the pitch

Manager McKimm glad to strengthen on and off the pitch

Tonbridge Angels have been busy sealing deals for members of last season’s squad and have added to their backroom team too.

Man missing for more than 48 hours

Man missing for more than 48 hours

An appeal for help to find a man who was last seen on Saturday morning has been made by police.

Foundations in place as Angels build for new season

Foundations in place as Angels build for new season

Tonbridge Angels manager Steve McKimm is building for a new season.

Suspect charged with motorbike theft

Suspect charged with motorbike theft

A man is due to appear in court after a Yamaha motorbike was reported stolen from an address.

Farm attraction speaks over welfare claims

Farm attraction speaks over welfare claims

A farm has said it is being unfairly targeted by a group over 'neglect' claims over its horses.

Town crier hails return of shops

Town crier hails return of shops

Shoppers welcomed the reopening of more stores as the easing of the coronavirus lockdown continues.

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