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Bikers told: No more wheelies

Bikers told: No more wheelies

Rural Task Force officers have been cracking down on offences ranging from fly-tipping to farm thefts, and from nuisance riding to shooting wildlife.

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E-fit issued after attempted distraction burglary

E-fit issued after attempted distraction burglary

Police have issued an e-fit image of a man that are hunting following an attempted burglary

Log burner sparks bedroom blaze

Log burner sparks bedroom blaze

Kent's fire service has issued a warning after rushing to a blaze at a family home.

Cyclist in critical condition after suspected hit-and-run

Cyclist in critical condition after suspected hit-and-run

Police say a critically-injured cyclist remains in hospital more than 24 hours after they were believed to have been hit by a car.

Campaign to save school needs to raise £7,000

Campaign to save school needs to raise £7,000

An MP says 'time is of the essence' to pay for a Judicial Review of a school closure decision taken by her government.

'We needed a cafe so we opened one'

'We needed a cafe so we opened one'

A former post office will open as a coffee shop, and the owners are hoping for the stamp of approval from villagers.

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Road closed after crash between van and moped near golf club

Road closed after crash between van and moped near golf club

A person was taken to hospital and a road has closed in both directions after a crash between a moped and a van.

Motorcycle racing legend dies in crash

Motorcycle racing legend dies in crash

Tributes have been paid to a motorsport legend who died after the bike he was riding was involved in a collision with a car on the A21.

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Closing school accused of back-tracking on promises

Closing school accused of back-tracking on promises

An MP fears an educational trust is breaking pledges made to parents over transferring pupils to another of its schools, as she fights to save it.

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Cannabis factory unearthed in former town centre bank

Cannabis factory unearthed in former town centre bank

Police alerted to a broken door at a former bank in Kent discovered 300 cannabis plants inside the building.

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Turf boss mowed down neighbour in feud over access

Turf boss mowed down neighbour in feud over access

A turf farm boss attempted to kill his neighbour by ploughing into him as he walked to the shops as a feud over access turned violent.

Tributes continue to pour in after horror crash claims four lives

Tributes continue to pour in after horror crash claims four lives

More than 50 floral tributes line a road where four men died, and a gym boss has described the eldest victim as a "lovely fella" and a "gentleman".

Neighbour feud ended in 'van murder bid'

Neighbour feud ended in 'van murder bid'

A man is accused of mowing down his neighbour at the height of a feud over an access road.

Former church damaged in blaze

Former church damaged in blaze

Firefighters spent four hours putting out an inferno which threatened a former Methodist church.

Tributes to four killed in crash as boy, 15, fights for life

Tributes to four killed in crash as boy, 15, fights for life

The family of four men who died in a devastating crash have paid tribute to their loved ones while flowers gather on the roadside.

Road remains shut after serious crash in early hours

Road remains shut after serious crash in early hours

Police remain at the scene of a serious crash that took place in a country lane in the early hours of the morning.

'Keep High Weald Academy open'

'Keep High Weald Academy open'

A Kent MP is considering a Judicial Review to reverse a decision taken by her own Government.

'It's not an empty second home, it just won't sell'

'It's not an empty second home, it just won't sell'

A woman unable to sell her late mum's home due to Covid says it is unfair the council wants to double the amount of tax she has to pay on it.

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'School can cope with extra pupils transferring'

'School can cope with extra pupils transferring'

A teaching academy trust closing an school has moved to assure parents of its future plans as an MP steps up her fight to stop it shutting.

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Train services hit by cable burn-out

Train services hit by cable burn-out

Train services have been cancelled while Southeastern investigates smoke coming from cables by the rail-side.

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