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Woman who hid cocaine in deodorant bottle jailed

Woman who hid cocaine in deodorant bottle jailed

A 21-year-old who attempted to stash wraps of cocaine in a deodorant bottle has been jailed.

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Predator with previous attacked woman, 81, in own home

Predator with previous attacked woman, 81, in own home

A predator who is banned from every home in the UK and has a conviction for attempted rape sexually assaulted an 81-year-old in her own home.

Dealer who orchestrated cocaine supply jailed

Dealer who orchestrated cocaine supply jailed

A cocaine dealer has been jailed for five years for his role organising the supply of drugs into a Kent town.

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A21 reopens 15 hours after fuel tanker blaze

A21 reopens 15 hours after fuel tanker blaze

One of the county's busiest routes reopened in the early hours after a fuel tanker fire which caused travel chaos led to its closure.

Accused in sex attack on woman, 81, banned from every house in UK

Accused in sex attack on woman, 81, banned from every house in UK

A man accused of sexually assaulting an 81-year-old has a conviction for attempted rape and is banned from every home in the UK.

Huge tanker blaze causes delays

Huge tanker blaze causes delays

The A21 was closed for several hours causing severe delays in the area after a fuel tanker caught fire.

Woman, 81, left with bleed on brain after alleged sex attack

Woman, 81, left with bleed on brain after alleged sex attack

An 81-year-old woman was left with a bleed on the brain after an alleged sex attack in her home.

Weather warning for thunderstorms across parts of Kent

Weather warning for thunderstorms across parts of Kent

A yellow weather warning for thunderstorms has been put in place across parts of Kent.

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Police cadets help catch speeding drivers

Police cadets help catch speeding drivers

Teens from the Volunteer Police Cadets have been carrying out checks in speeding hotspots in one Kent town.

Art auction raises thousands for Happy Scrubs project

Art auction raises thousands for Happy Scrubs project

More than 200 sets of brightly coloured scrubs can be donated to staff in care homes and hospices after thousands were raised at an online auction.

'Thieves who stole dad's funeral flowers are lowest of the low'

'Thieves who stole dad's funeral flowers are lowest of the low'

A grieving family who have already faced a devastating loss say they are heartbroken their loved one's funeral flowers were stolen from a crematorium.

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Tokyo Olympics: Medal heartache for Emily Craig

Tokyo Olympics: Medal heartache for Emily Craig

If fourth is the worst position to finish in an Olympic final, imagine the anguish of missing out on a medal by 0.01 seconds.

Kent tops grim animal cruelty list

Kent tops grim animal cruelty list

More animals are shot by air rifles in Kent than anywhere else in the country, new figures reveal.

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'We will come back from this'

'We will come back from this'

A manager for a brewing company, the premises of which caught alight after lightning struck, has revealed the devastating impact of the blaze.

Brewery destroyed by fire after lightning strike

Brewery destroyed by fire after lightning strike

A barn that was home to a brewery has burned to the ground after being struck by lightning.

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Tokyo Olympics: Craig remains on course

Tokyo Olympics: Craig remains on course

Emily Craig ensured her Olympic rowing hopes weren’t blown off course by cruising into the semi-finals of the lightweight women’s double sculls

Movie filmed in Kent airs on Netflix

Movie filmed in Kent airs on Netflix

Film fanatics can catch a new romcom shot in Kent beamed to their screens on streaming giant Netflix.

Grandfather ‘didn’t have to die’, wife tells inquest

Grandfather ‘didn’t have to die’, wife tells inquest

The widow of a man who died after he was struck by a falling drill at a building site has told an inquest his death could have been prevented.

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'We want to use Matty's story to help others'

'We want to use Matty's story to help others'

The dad of a teen who took his life after calling 999 hopes to share his son's story with police forces nationwide to stop a repeat of the tragedy.

'I want them to admit there were mistakes'

'I want them to admit there were mistakes'

The family of a teenager who took his life after calling 999 for help will meet with Kent Police to see if lessons have been learned from the tragedy.

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