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Police appeal after assaults on men in Dover

06 June 2013

An appeal for witnesses is being made after two men were assaulted in Dover town centre. Arrests have been made.

Market banners were removed by officials

Dover Bluebird Market banner

06 June 2013

Thieves were not responsible for the disappearance of banners advertising the weekly Bluebird market in Dover after all, it has been revealed.

Competition Commission blocks Eurotunnel's Dover ferry operation

MyFerryLink's ship Berlioz

06 June 2013

Eurotunnel will have to stop operating ferry services at the port of Dover, after a shock decision by the Competition Commission.

Round GB rowing team quit race after illness off Kent coast

The Coast Girls

05 June 2013

Two women have been forced to quit the round Britain rowing race after being hit by sea sickness!

What's in this week's Dover Mercury

05 June 2013

Dover MP Charlie Elphicke will urge care beds to be included in the £21 million hospital to be built on the Buckland Hospital site. He greeted the pla

Plans revealed for redevelopment of academy

Plans for Dover Christ Church Academy

05 June 2013

A consultation meeting is being held tomorrow over plans for the redevelopment of Dover Christ Church Academy.

Former school headmistress dies aged 98

Lillian Kay

04 June 2013

The former headmistress of Dover Girls’ Grammar School, Lillian Kay, died yesterday, exactly a month before her 99th birthday.

'She's not as innocent as she looks'

Leslie Bates

03 June 2013

What a pervert said about his nine-year-old victim before he was locked away for 10 years.

New hospital given planning approval

How Dover's new community hospital will look.

31 May 2013

Planning permission has been given for Dover's new community hospital, but MP Charlie Elphicke says he still wants care beds included.

Purple symbols of protest

Purple ribbons are fixed to trees at Jubilee Way, Dover

29 May 2013

Purple ribbons highlighting the campaign to stop live animal exports are once again adorning the roads to the port of Dover.

Tie a purple ribbon around your trees, say campaigners

The mv Joline used to export sheep from Dover docks

29 May 2013

Trees on the approach roads to Dover are to be festooned with purple ribbons by animal rights campaigners.

Affordable homes herald new dawn for old mill site

The new development at Crabble Hill, Dover.

29 May 2013

A £4 million scheme, which completes the first stage of the regeneration of the former Buckland Paper Mill site in Dover, has been officially opened.

Night-time curfew for man accused of smashing eight shop windows

28 May 2013

A Dover man has been ordered to stay indoors at night after being charged with smashing eight shop windows in the town centre.

One in five high street shops could close, warns retail expert

28 May 2013

Dover's town centre shops, already hit hard by the recession, could be heading for more problems, according to the latest research.

Lightning strikes Coastguard headquarters, but "no-one was in danger"

Maritime and Rescue Co-ordination Centre, Dover

28 May 2013

No-one was at risk as a result of a lightning strike at Dover Coastguard headquarters at Langdon Cliffs at the weekend, people have been assured.

Dover Docks traffic flow scheme right on track

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

28 May 2013

£85m investment programme on target for 2015 completion date

Positive changes made at Dover school, but "much more to be done"

Mike Wilson, Catrina Hamilton, MP Charlie Elphicke, Kim Stoner and Adam Mirams at St Edmund's School, Dover.

24 May 2013

The governing body of a Dover Catholic school that was placed in special measures in January has been replaced with an Interim Executive Board

Man feared dead after P&O ferry plunge is from Whitstable

P&O's Pride of Kent ferry

24 May 2013

A 30-year-old ferry passenger feared dead after he is thought to have fallen from a cross-Channel ferry lived in Whitstable, it has been revealed.

Beer and cider weekend at picturesque mill

Crabble Corn Mill

23 May 2013

It's all about beer and cider at Crabble Corn Mill at River this weekend as volunteers offer 70 different brews.

Man charged after spate of burglaries near Dover

23 May 2013

A man arrested within hours of 10 alleged burglaries in Dover early one morning last week has been charged.

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