A Kuwaiti businessman has pledged millions of pounds to help build a Hollywood theme park in Kent. This report by Tom Savvides contains interviews with Dr Abdula Al-Humaidi, cafe owner Leanne Winston and Richard Lavender from Invicta Chamber of Commerce.
Several cars in Swanscombe, Kent, have been vandalised by a corrosive liquid, causing thousands of pounds of damage.
A black Peugeot 206 parked in Trebble Road was targeted on 10th August overnight.
The owner came out of the house to see the paintwork had bubbled after substance had been poured over it.
A blue Audi Q5 on the same road was also damaged, with bubbled paintwork and a line melted through the spoiler of the vehicle. The car's damage is estimated at more than £4,000.
Half a mile away, a silver Vauxhall Corsa had liquid poured over it the previous night.
The suspect also poured sugar into the petrol tank, destroying it. The damage is estimated at £1,000-£2,000.
Investigating officer, PC Danea Charleston of Kent Police, said: 'Causing this sort of damage is malicious and mean-spirited, and has cost these owners thousands of pounds in repair.
A business consortium has unveiled plans to create a two billion pound Hollywood-style theme park in Kent.
Building and running the Paramount Pictures entertainment complex, featuring cinemas, theatres, hotels, live music venues and Europe's biggest water park would create 27 thousand jobs.
The resort, rivalling Disneyland Paris, would be constructed at a vast former chalk pit on the Swanscombe Peninsula between Dartford and Gravesend - close to Ebbsfleet International railway station.
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A consortium of leading UK entertainment firms is to unveil plans for a new £2bn theme park for the Swanscombe area in Kent.
It is being said the new development could create up to 27,000 jobs for North Kent by transforming an 872 acre brownfield site into one of Europe's largest regeneration projects.
The London Resort Company Holdings [LRCH] said it has signed an exclusive agreement with Paramount Licensing Inc, the licensing division for Hollywood-based Paramount Pictures.
A 20-year-old man from Swanscombe has been handed an Anti-Social Behaviour Order after persistently riding bikes illegally on and off-road, in public parks and at Swanscombe Heritage Park, an area of specific scientific interest.
Kyran Hodges of Irving Walk was warned by Kent Police on 16 separate occasions between 2007 and 2011.
He was reported for careless driving, no insurance, driving otherwise than in accordance with a drivers licence, and riding a motorcycle without a helmet.
He appeared at Dartford Magistrates' Court on 17th November 2011, where he pleaded guilty to all offences. The ASBO is in force for two years until 4 April 2014.