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BBC news for Kent

Travel chaos as strike continues

Thousands of lorry drivers remain stranded on the M20 on the hottest day of year as French ferry workers continue a third day of strike action.

Red panda has unplanned pregnancy

A red panda presents a Kent wildlife park with its first births from the vulnerable species after an unplanned pregnancy.

Man charged with 13 burglaries

A man is remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with 13 burglaries and one attempted burglary across the south of England.

Apple farm boss jailed over deaths

A fruit farm manager is jailed for the manslaughter of two of his workers who died after being sent into a nitrogen-filled storage store while holding their breath.

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