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Man, 33, from Chatham, arrested after 17-year-old attacked on footpath between Heron Way and Princes Avenue

Police have arrested a 33-year-old man on suspicion of sexually attacking and trying to rob a teenager on a footpath in Chatham The alleged attack on the 17-year-old was said to have taken place in an open space popular with dog walkers on Thursday afternoon in Chatham.  Officers have been carrying out a number of inquiries and arrested a man from …

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Police called to Reculver Primary School after suspicious man seen walking through the playground

Police were called to a primary school today after a suspicious man was seen entering the playground. The alarm was raised by staff at Reculver Primary School at 9.15am when the man was spotted walking through the grounds. The school contacted the police after the man was seen to be leaving the site in Reculver Lane. Police were called to …

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Stranger danger alert issued after Herne Bay Junior School pupil approached by white van while walking to school

A primary school has issued a stranger danger alert after a child was approached by a white van driver while walking to school today. The incident took place at 8.10am when a man in an unmarked white van asked the Herne Bay Junior school pupil if they wanted a lift to school. The child ran away and reported it to …

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‘Little progress’ on Thames crossing

Two locations are currently being considered as sites for a Lower Thames road crossing The government has been criticised for a lack of progress in building a Lower Thames road crossing. The House of Commons Transport Committee said east London was “long overdue” a crossing but “little progress” had been made. In a report, it said progress on an Essex-to-Kent …

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Nine springtime walks in Canterbury, Herne Bay, Whitstable and…

Blean Woods, where you can walk as long, or as short, as you like Comments (0) WE all know there will be some wintry blasts to make us think otherwise, but the truth is that spring is here. The temperatures have risen, the birds are singing and the flowers (well, some of them, anyway) are starting to blossom. And, of course, …

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Ideology to get us out of our cars

A reader recently suggested the council was selling off car parks for financial gain. While there might be some truth in this, the real incentive is ideology! That ideology is about getting people “out of their cars” and onto public transport or cycling and walking. Which basically means the council along with Conservative national policy have adopted the Green Party …

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