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More than 200 attended a glitzy ceremony at Ashford International Hotel on Monday

Last month, the service parodying the Stephen King thriller, IT

Findings will be discussed at a conference next month

Police raided a number of properties on Thursday morning

Over 500 vacancies for governors currently across the county, organisation claims

A consultation into the proposals launches today

Displays will start from November 3 this year

Experienced executive will take on the role until the end of March 2018

Parents and children will start receiving the results of the test on Thursday, October 12

Crash took place around 9.45pm on Monday night - the road remained closed for 11 hours

Barrier repairs keeps one lane shut

Two men in their 20s have been arrested following the smash which sparked long delays in the city

He led them to overwhelming success in this year’s local elections

Officers will follow a training plan over the coming weeks and months

Water levels may overtop coastal defences and foreshores this afternoon

Labour members have submitted a motion ahead of a city council meeting later this month

The comic visits the Gulbenkian and Theatre Royal on October 15 and November 25 respectively

The author is best known for his 1989 book the Remains of the Day

Secamb has been hit by a series of scandals over the last two years

The show runs until October 14 in the city - but has confirmed it will return for more shows in 2018

Road has now been fully reopened

Rev Norma Stewart studied for her PhD at its School of European Culture and Languages

National Theatre’s touring production is currently midway through a month of shows at the venue - but huge demand means it will return

The figure is down on 2015/16 but is set to increase next year after members voted for a 15% pay rise earlier this summer

Great news for school children using the bus as restrictions are lifted

Mr Bolton defied the odds to be elected Ukip leader at its conference in Torquay on Friday

Nikki Cole’s exit comes just weeks after chief executive Matthew Kershaw left the trust

That’s the equivalent of some £252m ploughed into the local economy

An attempt to tie up with local girls’ grammar Simon Langton last year collapsed in dramatic style

One driver was also spotted hitting a top speed of 150mph on the M25

It emerged in June that the force was only correctly recording around 84 per cent of reported crimes

It is hoped a string of improvements will ensure services are not overwhelmed

It has spent £2.7m so far this year and weather permitting will continue until the end of the year

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