Faversham News - 13 Jan 2022

Table of content - Faversham News (13 Jan 2022)

‘CITY WILL BE LIKE MILTON KEYNES – JUST WORSE’
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‘THEY PREYED ON THE DYING’
Homophobic boy, 16, stabbed woman in chest
Joy as England come calling for town schoolboy Noah, 17
£4m rubbish contract goes out to tender
‘Despicable’ thieves raid charity
Prime Minister is ‘dead man walking’
‘Ray of light’ as Covid cases in town finally start to fall
Young gems
Missed tests
‘Go door-to-door to boost jabs’
Poets and authors set to take centre stage at town fest
Fewer workers heading to office
Grand Designs architects’ vision for eco-home at country estate
Dog rescue
Covid jabs
They left the dying in pain and loved ones ‘sickened’
They left the dying in pain and loved ones ‘sickened’
Clampdown on illicit pitches
‘New law could have chilling consequences’
MEMORIES
Baby to be raised behind bars after ‘thuggish’ mum locked up
Bizarre items left at hotels
Eating spots reviewed
Can we really hit
First-time buyers facing stiff London competition
‘City will end up worse than Milton Keynes’
City’s huge housebuilding targets?
‘Village does not need new wine bar’
Released cheetah now a dad
Parlez-vous Français?
Fast-food giant in bid to open town’s first McDonald’s branch
Pantomime season over? Oh no it isn’t!
Plan for new estate sparks fears over traffic and flooding
Step right up as new shoe store opens
Cruel blackmailers demand money in ‘sextortion’ cases
Six puppies dumped in village
‘THEY WERE SENDING RAF H HELICOPTERS UP LIKE TAXIS’
‘THEY WERE SENDING RAF H HELICOPTERS UP LIKE TAXIS’
Fishing ‘could be threatened by pollution if 5,000 homes built’
School bus pass price set to rise
HOUSING ‘LIKELY TO CAUSE FURTHER DETERIORATION’
‘Huge changes mean end of high streets as we have known them’
‘Huge changes mean end of high streets as we have known them’
Building bridges between nations
Rules for those on two wheels
Axing chief exec role misguided
New policy on energy needed
Young pay price for lack of homes
Will tree vision become reality?
Mourning the golden age of television ads
Talking about mental health
Huge thanks for kind donations
We should act if France won’t
Corrections & clarifications
Photo of the week
World’s first bungalow up for sale
TEACHER OF GEOGRAPHY
Cleaning Team Leader
CARS TO KEEP YOUR EYES ON
Half-century for Crawley
Women settle score in style
Lindsay’s winning start
Missed opportunity for Canterbury
Dawodu returns to aid promotion bid
Lead lost three times
McMahon dedicates win to the fans
Mixed news for City
Net gains for Aikin in friendly
Canterbury & District Saturday League
Herne Bay & Whitstable Sunday League
Bay show form
Duo’s Tour de force
Slow first half gives visitors too much to do

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