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Car damaged in crash with ambulance

An ambulance involved in a crash in Dover town centre. Picture: Jason Delisser

10 January 2014

A car bonnet has been left crumpled after a crash with an ambulance in a town centre today.

Get on your marks for a sport support cash grant

10 January 2014

Dover district and town council are funding Active Sports grants and are appealing for people to get their applications in before the end of the month

Teenage boy accuses man of aggression

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10 January 2014

Police investigate after teenage boy accuses a man of pushing him and acting aggressively last Friday.

Port's bursary could help university students

Adverse weather in the channel is causing delays at the Port of Dover

09 January 2014

The Port of Dover is providing a helping hand for those wanting to study at university in a port related field.

Car blaze in County Hotel car park

Kent Fire and Rescue Service. Stock image

09 January 2014

Fire crews tackled a car blaze in County Hotel's car park in Dover.

Con-men target Dover and surrounding areas

09 January 2014

Rogue traders have been circulating in the East Kent area in a bid to do unnecessary work on residents houses.

Delays on A258 due to a broken down car

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09 January 2014

This morning's rush hour was made far more chaotic as a car broke down on the A258, near Swingate.

Commission to reconsider ferry ruling

MyFerryLink's ship Berlioz

08 January 2014

The Competition Commission says it will look again at whether Eurotunnel broke any rules when it bought cross-Channel ferries, launching MyFerryLink.

Fundraiser hosts music night prior to Kenya trip

Zelma Stevens is Girl Guiding in Kenya this year.

08 January 2014

Zelma Stevens, from Whitfield, is hosting a night of music as one of the first events to raise cash for her charity trip to Kenya.

Health services video being unveiled

Charlie Elphicke with Darren Cocker, clinical chairman of the South Kent Coast Commission and Nicola Osborne, Kent Community Health Care Trust head of intermediate care services at a previous meeting, held in St George's Church, Deal

08 January 2014

Deal residents who want to find out about how health care is planned in east Kent can watch a short video explaining how it works.

No disruption caused at port, despite weather warnings

Port of Dover

07 January 2014

The Port of Dover has remained open, with ferry services running to schedule.

Overhanging tree brings rail service to a halt

Train services are disrupted. Stock picture

07 January 2014

Passengers travelling between Dover Priory and Ramsgate had to board a selection of buses as tree debris blocked the railway line.

Dad-of-five takes charge of policing in east Kent

Ch Supt Jon Sutton who will take charge of policing in east Kent

07 January 2014

A top cop has vowed to cut crime and catch criminals while praising the bravery of his officers.

Burst pipe forces boy's grammar school to partly shut

Headteacher, Dr Richard Moxham will be replaced by Sonette Schwartz

07 January 2014

For some students, their Christmas break has been extended due to a water leak at the Dover Grammar School for Boys.

Bail extended for clingfilm murder suspects

Chef Alun Williams was found dead wrapped in clingfilm in Dover

06 January 2014

Two men accused of murdering a man found dead wrapped in clingfilm after a 'kinky sex game' have had their bail extended for two months.

Bedroom blaze caused by sleepy smoker

Fire crews were called to the blaze on Boxing Day

06 January 2014

A Whitfield resident has been taken to hospital after dosing off while smoking, causing a fire in the bedroom.

Sencicle writes to Transport Secretary over rail fares

Alan Sencicle has written to the Transport Secretary over rail price row

03 January 2014

Alan Sencicle asks the Transport Secretary to "apply pressure" to Southeastern to cut rail prices between Dover and London.

Children's library corridor receives colourful overhaul

Proud participants lined the corridor to look back on their achievement

03 January 2014

The Princes Trust have been commended for re-decorating the corridor entrance into the children's library in Dover.

Suspected break-in at Dover Leisure Centre

Kent Police are appealing for information.

02 January 2014

Police were called to Dover Leisure Centre after an open emergency exit sparked concerns the premises had been broken into on New Years Day.

Dover's wind swept pier re-opens to the public

Prince of Wales pier in more tepid conditions

02 January 2014

The Prince of Wales pier has now re-opened as repairs to fencing are complete and the wind dies down, for now.

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