Tobacco’s soon to wear uniform

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Tobacco - still one of the most addictive drugs
Tobacco – still one of the most addictive drugs

The Government is currently considering whether to pass a law that would make plain packaging for all cigarettes sold in the UK compulsory.

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Vintage fair in desperate need of advertising

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The Vintage Fair takes place in Canterbury every Friday and every other Saturday.
The Vintage Fair takes place in Canterbury every Friday and every other Saturday.

 

By Hannah Stanton

A Vintage fair in Canterbury is in need of advertising in the run up to Christmas.

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Tightening the purse strings this Christmas

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Debbie Brown, Manager of Pilgrims Hospice
Debbie Brown, Manager of Pilgrims Hospice

By Sara Wise

‘Christmas comes earlier every year,’ is a known phrase to all of us. With competition for the best Christmas window displays, best adverts and strangest stocking fillers littered through every shop.

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Black Friday sales hit Kent and UK

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Black Friday shoppers in America.  Pic: Flickr (Beth Rankin)
Black Friday shoppers in America.
Pic: Flickr (Beth Rankin)

By Katy Finbow

Black Friday sales are appearing all over the UK today (November 29).

The popular American holiday, which takes place the day after Thanksgiving, sees a massive cut in prices of electronic goods and marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the US.

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Match Fixing

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Arrested on suspicion   match Fixing
Arrested on suspicion match Fixing
By Charles Precious

Six people have been arrested on the suspicion of fixing football matches.

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