Kent Messenger Weald Edition - 14 Oct 2021

Table of content - Kent Messenger Weald Edition (14 Oct 2021)

CRASH HORROR
LAST-DITCH ATTEMPT TO REVIVE GARDEN VILLAGE
MP SEEKS LEGAL BLOCK TO SCHOOL CLOSURE
Ambulance service to leave borough
Brave Tony receives birthday surprise on TV’s This Morning
Student left afraid of class return
MP opens temporary jobcentre in town
‘Rest in perfect peace boys’
Route has tragic past
MP launches battle to save academy
The villages with the highest life expectancy in the country
HOW DETLING COMPARES TO THE REST OF THE UK
‘We never go to bed on an argument’
Bus station is
Just the ticket!
Teacher’s trial is told of ‘campaign of grooming’ pupil
Prisoner’s smuggler avoids jail
Cllrs’ fury as debate on Local Plan is shut down
Retirement flats on forecourt?
Legacy is change in pet policy
Shock at last-ditch ambush
Pensioner expected to admit to bedsit killings
Men beaten with bats and metal bars
Victim took photos of sex attacker
Sexual assault claims against police revealed
Unified vetting expected
Driver is accused of causing death
Case believed to be a first
OVERALL KENT AWARD WINNERS
MAIDSTONE WINNERS
A DIFFERENT CLASS
‘It’s not an empty second home, it just won’t sell’
Fire breaks out at old church
Ex WAAF sees off Covid to mark 102nd birthday
The Queen at service for RBL
Modern slavery message personally delivered
Arrests in suspected cocaine ring
BMW caught on wrong side of road
Are iPads in classrooms affecting children’s handwriting?
MISSING OUT
Are iPads in classrooms affecting children’s handwriting?
Alarm bells wing at chicken burger and sweaty chips
Neigh worries about horse painter being penniless
Bomb brings 13-year break in prayers
The passage of time can be so cruel
Talking about Mick, music and myself...
No quick fix for driver shortage
Now is the time for empathy, not speculation
Council, clean up your act
Scooters lethal in wrong hands
START A DEBATE
Band together with fellow brass lovers
Canwebefreed from those with ‘strong beliefs’?
No time to lie over Bond story
Key workers deserve more
NHS badly managed
Miscarriages of justice rare
Enjoying the Brexit benefits
Hope amid climate doom
Corrections & clarifications
Let your hair down at festive panto
The Kent Messenger is seeking new talent to join its Maidstone office.
Kent County Council, acting in exercise of its powers under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, makes or intends to make the following Orders.
Stevo highly motivated
Hosts given early fright
Valence edge thrilling battle
Harding’s hat-trick
Tennis
Training pays off for golden boy Hawkes
Sam earns Bears derby victory
The buck stops with me, says Hayrettin
Worgan’s proper farewell
Field’s chase comes up short

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