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Bewl Water reservoir in Kent is 34% full but Southern Water says we're coping better than in 1976.

Documents show London's deputy mayor for transport avoids early meetings due to the rail operator's performance.

People in the south-east of England dug deep for this year's event.

Ex-Tory ministers Daniel Poulter and Stephen Crabb are the latest to be investigated over their conduct.

Students in London pay out a total of £3m in fines for overdue books, figures reveal.

The man, who was in his 20s, was pronounced dead at Park Farm Industrial Estate in Folkestone.

The Smart Project in Dover receives Children in Need funding to provide respite for young carers

Pegasus receives funding from Children in Need to help youngsters like Nathaniel.

Ernie has made "huge progress" at Whoopsadaisy thanks to Children in Need funding.

National League side Ebbsfleet start a charity auction for a Yado Mambo number 5 shirt after a social media campaign.

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Gillingham's renaissance continues under Steve Lovell as the 10-man visitors mark his first game in permanent charge with a 1-0 win at Walsall.

Kieran Agard nets a dramatic last-gasp penalty as MK Dons secure a 2-2 draw at Charlton.

Leyton Orient start life after Steve Davis by holding National League leaders Dover to a draw.

Kwame Thomas nets on his debut to ensure Mark Yates starts life as Solihull Moors boss with a draw against high-flying Maidstone.

Chris Holroyd scored twice for Wrexham either side of the break as they moved to second in the National League.

Struggling Chester show plenty of stomach for battle as they hold Bromley to a draw at Hayes Lane.

Gillingham chairman Paul Scally urges fans to get behind the team after appointing Steve Lovell as permanent manager.

Steve Lovell is appointed manager of League One side Gillingham until the end of the season after a spell in caretaker charge.

Average season ticket and single matchday ticket prices in League One are cut for the 2017/18 season, the Price of Football 2017 study finds.

The National League has the fewest number of ticket price increases across the English leagues for the 2017/18 season.

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