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CCTV shows pair fleeing shooting

CCTV shows pair fleeing shooting

Dramatic CCTV footage reveals the moments just before and after a man was gunned down in a shooting at a popular recreation ground.

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Forensic tests identify bones found on beach

Forensic tests identify bones found on beach

Forensics teams have revealed the latest results of their investigation into bones found on a beach along the Kent coast.

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Woman dies in tower block garden

Woman dies in tower block garden

A woman in her 60s has died after being found seriously injured at a tower block.

Woman seriously injured at block of flats

Woman seriously injured at block of flats

Police have taped off an area outside a tower block after several emergency vehicles were called to the scene.

Huge emergency response at tower block

Huge emergency response at tower block

Officers have taped off an area next to a block of flats after police and paramedics were called out.

Brothers inspired by Captain Moore create fitness fundraiser

Brothers inspired by Captain Moore create fitness fundraiser

Two boys inspired by Captain Tom Moore are attempting to follow in his footsteps as they set themselves a week-long fitness fundraiser.

Plea to save popular bookshop

Plea to save popular bookshop

The bosses at a popular bookshop have put out an appeal to find a new owner after it announced its closure after 25 years of trading.

Church suffers £16.5k damage as man 'tries to steal lead'

Church suffers £16.5k damage as man 'tries to steal lead'

A man is due to appear in court accused of trying to steal lead from a church roof and causing £16,500 worth of criminal damage.

Stone thrown at officer near harbour

Stone thrown at officer near harbour

Do you recognise this man? Police have launched an appeal to find him after a stone was thrown at a PCSO.

Kent's best takeaway donates 2,000 meals to key workers

Kent's best takeaway donates 2,000 meals to key workers

A chippy voted as the county's best has donated 2,000 meals to key workers.

'Lockdown helped to break my sugar addiction'

'Lockdown helped to break my sugar addiction'

A software engineer is embracing the isolation of lockdown to break his sugar addiction and hopes others will invest this time in helping themselves.

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Travellers pitch up near superstores

Travellers pitch up near superstores

Five caravans have parked up near two major stores.

Oyster Festival called off due to pandemic

Oyster Festival called off due to pandemic

Organisers of another major Kent event have announced not be going ahead this summer due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Holiday let owner still receiving booking requests

Holiday let owner still receiving booking requests

A holiday let owner has told how people from as far away as Hertfordshire are enquiring about staying in his seaside getaway during lockdown.

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Porpoise found dead on beach

Porpoise found dead on beach

The carcass of a marine mammal has been discovered by a passer-by on a beach.

League team up with charity

League team up with charity

A Kent football league has entered into a partnership with The Samaritans in a bid to raise awareness of male suicide.

Large drive-thru 'hot site' opens

Large drive-thru 'hot site' opens

A huge drive-thru hot site for assessing potential Covid-19 patients has opened today.

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Couple abused for challenging group in skate park

Couple abused for challenging group in skate park

A couple say they were subjected to vile abuse as they confronted four bikers for flouting safe-distancing rules.

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'Stay away from beauty spots this Easter'

'Stay away from beauty spots this Easter'

Councils and police are urging visitors to stay home over the Bank Holiday weekend as temperatures are expected to soar amid the Covid-19 lockdown.

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Man charged after attempted post office robbery

Man charged after attempted post office robbery

A man has been charged following an attempt to rob cash and tobacco at a post office.

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