Thanet News

Fri, 14:48

Four people have been convicted following the attack in Ramsgate and will be sentenced at a later date

A yellow rain warning has been issued between Sunday and Monday

The company published a report last week pledging some 30,000 jobs over the next two decades

The park will be open across the bank holiday weekend and throughout half term

It follows the change of threat level to critical

The Conservatives romped to power by claiming 67 of the 81 seats on offer following the vote on May 4

The Turner Contemporary has been hailed for having a catalytic effect on social and cultural regeneration

Additional police officer patrols will take place at key locations like Canterbury Cathedral, Dover and Bluewater

Instead, the local authority will enter into a partnership with BT, with camera monitoring switching from Margate to Canterbury’s control centre

It means those visiting can be sure that they are clean, safe and meet the highest environmental standards

Police have confirmed 22 people, including children, have died in the attack which left a further 59 injured

Conservative Paul Cooper claimed “a whole street could save on council tax for a year” if KCC stopped handing out the kit

The franchise is currently held by Southeastern, part of the Go Ahead group

Follows an incident on Saturday in the Thanet seaside town

The highest temperature recorded in the UK so far this year is 25.8C at Gravesend and Faversham on May 16

Officers are appealing for witnesses

The Federation of Small Businesses has reported that two-thirds of its members have been victims

Seven fresh rules come into force on May 20 to help clear the air

Site owners say the firm has been “exposed” in its own report over a night flights pledge

Councillors will vote on four options for the network next week,

Oscar Love was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison

Danny Glass, 29, from Margate, escaped serious injury from the crash which killed Sophie Emma Rose Anderson

KCC has suggested TfL could have pumped more cash into new trains, but would not necessarily have improved services

Failing to win a certain number of votes can lead to huge financial costs for political parties

The Tories won 67 out of the 81 seats at County Hall in the local elections earlier this month

Thousands of campaigners have opposed proposals suggesting some trains would no longer stop at Pluckley, Headcorn, Staplehurst, Marden and Paddock Wood

Thanet North goes to the polls

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