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Nissan Qashqai 'flaws' cause problems for Walmer couple who bought a new car in Canterbury

Nissan Qashqai ‘flaws’ cause problems for Walmer couple who bought a new car in Canterbury

A couple who shelled out £33,000 for a brand new Nissan are demanding a replacement as they claim it has ‘a mind of its own’. Chris and Sarah Sladden bought the blue Qashqai from the carmaker’s Canterbury dealership last winter but say the vehicle has been marred by ongoing malfunctions. Sarah and Chris Sladden are …

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Southeastern confirms new strike date for further blow to Kent passengers

Southeastern confirms new strike date for further blow to Kent passengers

Southeastern has confirmed its train conductors are set to stage another strike in yet another blow to Kent passengers. Aslef members will stand down on Saturday November 26 after the union said it was still awaiting a wage offer from employers, despite a series of talks. South East Kent rail services will be affected by …

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Faversham parents struggle to find a suitable home when baby born without digestive system leaves hospital

Faversham parents struggle to find a suitable home when baby born without digestive system leaves hospital

Parents of a baby who may never be able to eat after birth without a digestive system worry he won’t have a home to go to when he’s finally released from the hospital. Leah Snell, 18, and Charlie Custons-Reynolds, 19, are on the council’s waiting list but fear baby Lenny will be released before a …

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KentOnline journalists recall working at New Look and Iceland Food Warehouse in Maidstone, Canterbury and Bromley

KentOnline journalists recall working at New Look and Iceland Food Warehouse in Maidstone, Canterbury and Bromley

supermarket giant Aldi announced the aim is to increase the number of self-service checkouts in its stores. While not everyone is happy with the growing advancement of this technology, two KentOnline reporters formerly employed in retail explain why they don’t miss the unwelcome ire of customers as they go about their jobs. Charlotte Phillips, KentOnline …

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