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Train driver saw woman hours before tragic death on railway line

Train driver saw woman hours before tragic death on railway line

Train drivers have been ordered to report suspicious activity following death of a woman who stepped in front of a train.

GP surgery facing closure

GP surgery facing closure

A doctors' surgery has launched a consultation to see how patients would react to it being shut down.

Week's takings lost in pub raid caught on CCTV

Week's takings lost in pub raid caught on CCTV

A pub owner has been left counting the costs of an early-morning break-in captured on camera.

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Soup kitchen's urgent appeal for volunteers

Soup kitchen's urgent appeal for volunteers

A soup kitchen relied upon by homeless people could be forced to shut down unless it can recruit new volunteers.

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Steam engine makes long-awaited return

Steam engine makes long-awaited return

A historic locomotive has been moved to a new home.

Forward thinking at Whitstable

Forward thinking at Whitstable

Whitstable manager Lloyd Blackman has pinpointed his attacking ranks as a priority area to address in the transfer market.

England team bus spotted

England team bus spotted

Here's why a swish coach used by the England football team parked up in a seaside town.

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Stray cricket ball 'could have killed me'

Stray cricket ball 'could have killed me'

A driver was hit for six when a stray cricket ball dented her car while she drove past club grounds.

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Harbour cinema plan 'not viable'

Harbour cinema plan 'not viable'

A council is recommending a new boutique cinema is not included in plans for a harbour development.

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Man 'assaulted' after van window smashed

Man 'assaulted' after van window smashed

A victim in his 20s was allegedly assaulted after his van window was smashed - prompting police to release an image of a man they hope to identify.

Steam train to make long-awaited return to town

Steam train to make long-awaited return to town

Here's where to watch as a 190-year-old steam train is lifted over the rooftops into a town museum this weekend.

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Kent gastropub named UK's best

Kent gastropub named UK's best

Two restaurants have been named among the top 100 in the country in a prestigious annual listing.

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GP’s ‘foolish’ decision to prescribe drugs to friend

GP’s ‘foolish’ decision to prescribe drugs to friend

A doctor who used an old pad to prescribe a friend sleeping pills has been suspended.

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Harry Hill to host Junior Bake Off

Harry Hill to host Junior Bake Off

Harry Hill is to be the host of the Channel 4 series of Junior Bake Off alongside Prue Leith which will air later this year.

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Couple transform garden with D-Day display

Couple transform garden with D-Day display

A couple has created an impressive tribute to honour of the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings.

Kentish secret behind Chelsea Flower Show winner

Kentish secret behind Chelsea Flower Show winner

Timber battered by the elements on the Kent coast has been given new lease of life in an award-winning garden.

Men stranded in sea on capsized catamaran

Men stranded in sea on capsized catamaran

A volunteer RNLI crew has saved two men who became stranded at sea after their craft overturned.

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Writing helped man tackle mental health struggles

Writing helped man tackle mental health struggles

A young man who faced a lengthy battle against mental illness has told how writing a comic book has helped him turn his life around.

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Owner's holiday hell as shop badly damaged

Owner's holiday hell as shop badly damaged

An art gallery owner says the 'show must go on' after a car wrecked her shop.

Pub set for £300k refurb

Pub set for £300k refurb

A popular town-centre drinking spot has closed for an eight-week makeover that will see it double in size.

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