Kent Messenger Weald Edition - 13 Jan 2022

Table of content - Kent Messenger Weald Edition (13 Jan 2022)

‘Stand down Alice, your duty is done’
SAD END IN SEARCH FOR ‘LOVELY’ MISSING 60-YEAR-OLD
35 YEARS SINCE KENT WAS HELD IN GRIP OF BIG FREEZE
Campaign to protect church is dealt blow
MP admits defeat in battle to save school
Second goat dies after arson attack at stables
Man injured by stranger with weapon
Cheers to new charity partnership
Yappy hour as new £15k dog loft unveiled at pub
Memory tree to tell story of pandemic
Suspected brothel is uncovered
Smart m-way roll-out stalled
Council on a mission as rubbish levels mount up
Stolen car to collect pal from police
Further road closures are announced
Lucky escape for homeowner after car ploughs into house
New owners rebrand the Hilton Hotel
KEEN-NOSED POLICE OFFICER SNIFFS OUT SUSPECT
Two-day search for 60-year-old ends in tragedy
CCTV released following thefts
Huge outpouring of sadness as paramedic, 21, killed in crash
Fundraiser reaches £10k in just days
‘BEAUTIFUL, KIND, MISSED MORE THAN WORDS CAN SAY’
‘Be kind this month and help to save the planet and animals’
‘Be kind this month and help to save the planet and animals’
Independent help with surge
Temporary deal with private sector
Respected journalist covered events in Kent for 50 years
Shake up on way in council elections
Artwork needed for new cafe
Bad news in the fight to save school from closing
Retirement village aims for garage
Addressing poverty plan is outlined
U-turn in the fight to save a church
Isolations forcing train cuts
Parents face bus fare hike
The easiest place to pass a driving test in the county
Disqualified motorist had drugs in car
Scores of caravans have no permission
Go the whole jog for charity
Can shoppers be tempted back from Bluewater to town centres?
Can shoppers be tempted back from Bluewater to town centres?
Last English saint now has a memorial
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‘THEY WERE SENDING RAF H ELICOPTERS UP LIKE that sparked panic-buying hospitals cancel operations tions run dry. llels with the last two years, s the big freeze of 1987, which week. Joe Wright reports ..... TAXIS’23
We need to be self-sufficient
We should stop the crossings
Private health to the rescue of stretched NHS
Absurd beliefs of anti-vaxxers
Build us a new road now
START A DEBATE
Let the public judge their Covid risks
Mourning the golden age of TV adverts
Ideology failed murdered kids
Rules for those on two wheels
Growth not good for the planet
Talking about mental health
Corrections & clarifications
Please calm down folks, it’s only snow!
Kent County Council, acting in exercise of its powers under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, makes or intends to make the following Orders.
Kent County Council, acting in exercise of its powers under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, makes or intends to make the following Orders.
Kent County Council, acting in exercise of its powers under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, makes or intends to make the following Orders.
Kent County Council, acting in exercise of its powers under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, makes or intends to make the following Orders.
CARS TO KEEP YOUR EYES ON
More competition
A glittering display
Phillips: There’s no ill-feeling with Hak
Bears on receiving end
Angels targeting next season for 3G era
Fresh faces wanted
Judds denied at the death
Hawkins gets into fifth gear
Mud, sweat and cheers!
Half-century for Crawley

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