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Two brothers set to stand trial next month for alleged sex trafficking offences have gone missing.

Southern Water fined £200,000 over sewage leak off Margate

Southern Water has been fined £200,000 after discharging raw sewage into the sea, the Environment Agency (EA) has said.

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The troubled toy maker Hornby appointed a new finance director yesterday as the company looks to steam ahead with a recovery from its Olympic mis-step.

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Coathangers at dawn! Mary Portas rocked by Margate walkout

Rows and resignations after 'Queen of Shops' turned up in seaside town with TV crew

Thanet District Council to fund regeneration of Margate's Dreamland site

A council will invest more than £10 million turning a declining seafront landmark into the world's first heritage amusement park.

Moor please: The 'very sexy' Alhambra in Granada, Spain

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Emin: Torch role a 'surreal dream'

Artist Tracey Emin could not hide her delight as she carried the Olympic flame through her home town and said she had been overwhelmed by one of the more surreal experiences of her life.

Almost 50 theatres on the brink of closure

Almost 50 theatres in Britain teeter on the brink of closure, and a leading preservation group has urged developers and local councils to step in and save them

Warning over care home sexual abuse

Children in care homes are being subjected to sexual abuse of a “violent and sadistic nature”, England's Deputy Children's Commissioner Sue Berelowitz has warned. 

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