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Boozing mum who fell over wall trying to wee loses damages bid

Boozing mum who fell over wall trying to wee loses damages bid

11 April 2014

A woman who fell over a wall at a Roman site while looking for somewhere to urinate after a night out drinking has lost her claim for damages.

Ex-mayor defends Dover's new benches

Ex-mayor defends Dover's new benches

11 April 2014

New benches in Dover’s town centre have been designed to stop day-time drinkers from loitering on them, says former town mayor Sue Jones.

Help honour those who inspire and entertain

Help honour those who inspire and entertain

11 April 2014

This year's awards celebrating the world of arts and culture have been launched...and the organisers want your votes.

MP holds meeting to discuss Dover's future

MP holds meeting to discuss Dover's future

11 April 2014

Dover’s future will be discussed in a meeting held by MP Charlie Elphicke – just days before Dover Town Investment Zone petitioner Alan Shirley speaks

Dover mourns year anniversary of Michael Kerr's tragic death

Dover mourns year anniversary of Michael Kerr's tragic death

10 April 2014

Michael Kerr's mother, Pat Coleman, has written a poem in tribute of her son, who was found dead in Capel-le-Ferne on April 10 last year.

Man narrowly misses pellet injury at Western Heights

Man narrowly misses pellet injury at Western Heights

10 April 2014

A group of youths aimed fire at a 20-year-old man at the Western Heights and threw eggs at his friends last weekend.

Pensioner knocked down by reversing car

Pensioner knocked down by reversing car

10 April 2014

A 79-year-old man was run down by a car leaving a parking bay outside of Iceland, Dover, this afternoon.

K College appoints new principals

K College appoints new principals

09 April 2014

New heads have been appointed for the splitting campuses of K College as it prepares to become part of East Kent College and Hadlow College.

MP's win in fight for 'People's Port'

MP's win in fight for 'People's Port'

09 April 2014

Major new plans to transform the way the Port of Dover is run will put locals at the heart of decision making, it's been revealed.

Delays are expected at the junction between A2 Dover and A258

Delays are expected at the junction between A2 Dover and A258

09 April 2014

Delays are expected on the A2 and A258 due to a broken down lorry on the roundabout.

People have their say on how to spend £1 million of lottery money in Dover

People have their say on how to spend £1 million of lottery money in Dover

09 April 2014

Organisers of the project aimed at spending £1 million in improvements to Dover say they were encouraged by the turnout at the launch on Saturday.

Ex-Take That member due in court accused of theft

Ex-Take That member due in court accused of theft

08 April 2014

A former member of pop supergroup Take That is to appear before magistrates... charged with stealing a joint of lamb.

Cling film death: Two in court

Cling film death: Two in court

08 April 2014

Two men accused of killing a man found dead wrapped in cling film have appeared in court.

'Cling film death' - two men to stand trial

'Cling film death' - two men to stand trial

08 April 2014

Two men charged with the manslaughter of a chef found wrapped in cling film are to stand trial.

Missing driver makes contact with police

Missing driver makes contact with police

08 April 2014

The driver of an over-turned Saab Vector, found in Dover Hill on Friday night has said he swerved to avoid an animal in the road.

Monopoly board vote sees Dover come third

Monopoly board vote sees Dover come third

08 April 2014

Dover has lost out to Canterbury in its bid to have its own Monopoly game created.

P&O's choir take centre stage with Susan Boyle

P&O's choir take centre stage with Susan Boyle

08 April 2014

P&O's workplace choir sang an array of songs at the Hammersmith Apollo with star, Susan Boyle, on Sunday night.

Police search for wallet thief

Police search for wallet thief

07 April 2014

Police have began a search for a man following the theft of a 66-year-old's wallet in the doorway of the Eight Bells pub in January.

This week's Dover district arrests

This week's Dover district arrests

07 April 2014

Three arrests were made in Dover and Eastry over the past week.

P&O's Workplace Choir prepare to perform with Susan Boyle

P&O's Workplace Choir prepare to perform with Susan Boyle

06 April 2014

P&O's tuneful bunch will be performing at the Hammersmith Apollo with Susan Boyle tonight.

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