A brief analysis of the range of articles published by Kent Bylines during 2021, complete with graphical representations of the results.
The Carnival of Baubles is a festival of lights based in Ashford.
Sir Roger Gale MP for Thanet, questions Government plans for asylum seekers to be housed at Manston Airport, pending dispersal around the UK.
Legislation has made it illegal from May 2021 to burn wet logs that produce a lot of PM 2.5 air pollution. Coal is outlawed from May 2023.
Preventing sewage from entering rivers is complex and involves more than building a bigger storage tank, reducing floods and excess storm water is key
If you sell Granny’s house to pay for her social care, will she have nowhere to live, or will you lose out on inheriting it?
Are the British Virgin Islands Global Treasure Islands? World corporations and individuals go there to bury their treasure free of tax.
Charlotte Mbali reflects on how much she finds herself paying for health. NHS fees seem to focus more on income than need.
Charlotte Mbali analyzes the recently-passed Environment Act, pointing out that the act deals with more than sewage in our water.
Ashford Interfaith Group gathered by the WWI tank for Armistice Day prayer and reflections on peace, and afterwards at a café to socialize.