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May 17, 2018 5:02 AM 'Frustration' as felled trees around 3D Wedding Centre still not replaced

BOSSES at a wedding venue in Daubhill have told of their frustration as residents criticise the felling of more than 100 trees. Asad Khan, manager at the 3D Centre in Bella Street, said he understood the complaints and confirmed that the business would be planting new trees and greenery but that plans could not begin until planning permission on a new fence 6

May 13, 2018 9:53 AM Charity’s new shed project

MENTAL health charity Trust Links in Thundersley have launched its new community shed, which will teach members of the community to learn woodwork skills. The new shed is part of the Growing Together group’s half-acre community garden, which is open to the public throughout the week. Speaking about the new launch, Matt King, Chief executive at Trust 21

May 12, 2018 6:26 AM Springwatch presenter lashes out at ‘disgusting’ Ant and Dec fronted show

SPRINGWATCH presenter Nick Baker has lashed out at Ant and Dec fronted show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! as he has criticised the programme for animal cruelty. The naturalist, who is currently working with Chessington World of Adventures and their new tiger enclosure, has worked on a number of animal shows in the past. But the TV star isn’t impressed 21

May 8, 2018 7:00 AM Day-trippers are hit with parking fines on Canvey

DAY-TRIPPERS were hit with parking tickets while trying to enjoy the sun on Canvey at the weekend. The seawall near to Thorney Bay has become the only place to park by the seafront, but families were left paying the price for not being able to use the currently closed Labworth car park. Residents reported that while walking near to Thorney Bay in Western 7

May 7, 2018 12:19 PM What is Pompe disease?

Pompe disease is an inherited disorder caused by the buildup of a complex sugar called glycogen in the body's cells, which impairs certain organs and tissues, especially muscles. There are three forms, known as classic infantile-onset, non-classic infantile-onset, and late-onset. All three forms, which affect newborns, babies around the age of 1, and children 6

May 7, 2018 8:46 AM How did he get THIS drunk? Boozed-up airline passenger stumbles and falls as he is hauled off a plane in Majorca

This is the shocking moment an airline passenger has to be helped to stand upright after turning up so drunk on Majorca he cannot use his own two legs. Ground staff at Palma Airport could be heard asking what the man had drunk to get himself into such a state. The man's legs buckled under him as he tried to stay upright holding onto another man's hand, before 1

May 4, 2018 4:10 PM Disruption on Kent motorways as lorry breaks down and slip road closed

Motorists and commuters faced delays ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend. Delays on the M2 have now cleared after a broken lorry closed one lane and blocked the entry slip from junction two at Rochester earlier this afternoon. Delays were stretching back to the Darenth Interchange, but have now cleared. Traffic struggled for much longer on the M20 after 16

May 4, 2018 10:56 AM Sophie Kasaei Suffers Awkward Problem With Her Privates During Flight With Holly Hagan

Geordie Shore lasses Sophie Kasaei and Holly Hagan have a very good reason to be excited rn, and that's because they're off on the trip of a lifetime to Bali. And while the duo are hella excited to begin their Indonesian adventure, Soph ran into a little problem on the flight that could make the journey just a tad uncomfortable. Hit play on the video 22

May 4, 2018 10:28 AM Tories annoyed Brexit not leaving time to bollocks up other things

With Theresa May facing daily Brexit problems and top talents like David Davis constantly being called away to Brussels, many MPs feel they are neglecting other problems they could be causing. Tory MP Denys Finch Hatton said: “Brexit is taking up valuable time that could be spent on weird policies there is absolutely no public demand for. “We could be privatising 14

April 28, 2018 3:00 PM Appeal for cyclists to help the Wilberforce Trust

KEEN cyclists are invited to take part in the annual Prudential Ride London event to support people living with sight and hearing problems. The Wilberforce Trust, which helps residents with vision loss and other disabilities is appealing for two adventurous riders looking for a new challenge. The 100 mile route runs from the capital and into Surrey and the event 15