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Is this what you call a twinset?

19 September 2013

London catwalk fans got more than they bargained for... when twins gave fashionistas a double take.

Pensioner fights for life as car overturns

Scene of crash in Whitfield Hill that left an elderly man fighting for his life. Picture: @Kent_999s

18 September 2013

An 84-year-old man has been flown to hospital with life-threatening injuries after his car overturned when it hit a lamppost today.

"Drilling could lead to fracking" say protesters

Rosie Rechter, of East Kent Against Fracking

18 September 2013

Protesters are holding a public meeting on Thursday evening to voice their concern about plans to drill for coal and gas on the outskirts of Dover.

Overtaking ban "did not improve safety", says Transport Secretary

18 September 2013

Banning lorries from overtaking on the A20 out of Dover did not result in any benefits.

Terrorism arrests at Port of Dover

Port of Dover

17 September 2013

Two men are in custody today on suspicion of being involved in terrorism after police arrested them at the Port of Dover and seized ammunition.

Man jailed for 'hideous' child sex assaults

Colin Ricketts has been jailed for sexually assaulting a child

17 September 2013

A sex offender looked shocked after being given an extended sentence of more than 11 years for abusing a 10-year-old child.

Missing Whitfield man found safe and well

The police helicopter was launched. Stock picture by Chris Davey

16 September 2013

A pensioner reported missing at Whitfield earlier today has been found safe and well, say police.

Man bites into neighbour's penis in row over loud music

14 September 2013

A man has been convicted after gnawing a neighbour's penis after he complained about the music from his XBox.

Owner amazed as frightened dog goes in search of her

12 September 2013

When rescue dog Hockey ran off from woods having been spooked by the sound of a gunshot, owners Len and Sue Coe didn’t know where he might have gone.

Shadow Minister visits children's centre in Dover

Labour Shadow Minister Sharon Hodgson visits a Sure Start centre in Dover.

11 September 2013

Campaigners who want to secure the future of Sure Start centres in Dover and Deal had support today from a Labour MP.

Portable defibrillators will help to save people’s lives

11 September 2013

People who suffer a heart attack in Dover town centre may have a better chance of survival now that vital equipment has been installed.

Accident blocks A258 road

Stock picture.

11 September 2013

The A258 Dover to Deal Road at Ringwould is partially blocked after two cars have collided.

Two arrested after huge cocaine haul at Dover docks

Port of Dover

11 September 2013

Two men have appeared in court following the discovery of millions of pounds worth of cocaine at Dover docks.

Dads and sons rise to Channel challenge

Jason Harvey, Lee Wakeham, Jake Wakeham and Bradley Harvey who have swum the Channel.

11 September 2013

Two fathers and sons from Dover have set a new category for cross-Channel relay swims – and hope that others may follow their example.

Sweet success for The Fudge Man

Steve Timms with his home made fudge

11 September 2013

A Dover man who makes and sells fudge at a market in the town is celebrating after being awarded two gold stars in a national competition.

"Fun-loving son" killed as he walked home from wedding party

Grant Dawkins

11 September 2013

The parents of the 20-year-old man killed as he walked home from a friends’ wedding party have spoken of their fun-loving son.

Christian school seeks new venue

The former Dover Harbour Board social club building which may now become a school.

11 September 2013

A group that previously wanted to set up a Christian school on Dover seafront is now applying to use the former Club Dover building at Whitfield.

Two arrests after gun alert

The scene of the firearms incident. Picture: @joetonkin

10 September 2013

Two men have been arrested after a firearms incident on the outskirts of Dover.

'We totally oppose these plans'

Deal With It's Rosemary Rechter and Stuart Cox protesting at Balcombe

09 September 2013

Three applications for gas drilling in the former east Kent coalfield have been condemned by the Green Party.

A2 closure to last for five weeks

Previous Highways Agency work at A2 Jubilee Way in Dover

09 September 2013

A stretch of the A2 is to be shut today for at least five weeks while the Highways Agency carries out maintenance work.

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