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Lorry drivers jailed for money laundering

Lorry drivers jailed for money laundering

19 June 2018

Two men are facing jail time after being caught trying to leave the country with £143,000 hidden in a trailer.

Alert after van scares schoolgirl

Alert after van scares schoolgirl

19 June 2018

Police were called to reports of a suspicious incident after a van pulled up near a child.

Jury out in shipwreck trial

Jury out in shipwreck trial

19 June 2018

The jury in the trial of two men accused of plundering a British warship sunk more than 100 years ago has retired to consider its verdicts.

Man arrested after 'deliberate' fire

Man arrested after 'deliberate' fire

16 June 2018

A 54-year-old remains in custody in connection with a fire that spread to a residential building.

Two man team running length of Kent

Two man team running length of Kent

16 June 2018

A two man team is running through Kent this weekend as they journey to the Arctic circle using manpower alone.

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Fire crews tackle blaze at flats

Fire crews tackle blaze at flats

16 June 2018

Firefighters battled a fire last night that spread to a three-storey building containing flats.

Newspaper reports land paedophile in jail

Newspaper reports land paedophile in jail

15 June 2018

A dog warden obsessed with young girls is back behind bars after victims alerted police when they read reports of his conviction for similar offences.

Police carry out drugs bust

Police carry out drugs bust

15 June 2018

Police seized cannabis, cash and mobiles when they raided a home.

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Vote to slash speeds on danger road

Vote to slash speeds on danger road

15 June 2018

A route with dangerous bends and drivers going to too fast may have its limit reduced to 40mph.

Bus service consultation begins

Bus service consultation begins

14 June 2018

The public can air their views on rural public transport at 11 Kent meetings.

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Dover riots - case closed

Dover riots - case closed

14 June 2018

The investigation into mass violence during 2016 protests is over - unless new evidence comes up.

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Man caught with drugs worth £250,000 in car

Man caught with drugs worth £250,000 in car

13 June 2018

A 27-year-old who attempted to enter the UK with every space within his car crammed with drugs has been jailed.

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Call to remove 'tatty' welcome sign

Call to remove 'tatty' welcome sign

13 June 2018

Bosses and an MP want a "tatty" sign welcoming people to their town to be torn down - and a building derelict for 40 years to be renovated.

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Smuggler caught with drugs worth £2 million

Smuggler caught with drugs worth £2 million

12 June 2018

Officials found heroin, cocaine and cannabis hidden in a 'highly sophisticated hiding place' after stopping a van.

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Bus fire partly blocks A2

Bus fire partly blocks A2

12 June 2018

Rush-hour travellers on the A2 can expect delays tonight after a double decker bus started spewing smoke.

Mayor announces new chosen charities

Mayor announces new chosen charities

12 June 2018

Groups helping people with dementia and the homeless are this year's charities for a recently-elected mayor.

Two new ferries due

Two new ferries due

12 June 2018

A ferry company says it is bringing in two vessels by 2021.

Honouring his life

Honouring his life

11 June 2018

More than 100 gathered to release balloons in tribute to a young man who died suddenly.

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New plan to avoid freight delays at Dover announced by rival port

New plan to avoid freight delays at Dover announced by rival port

11 June 2018

Post-Brexit 'gridlock' at Dover docks can be solved by using a rival Kent port, say bosses.

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Lorry parks touted as solution to Op Stack

Lorry parks touted as solution to Op Stack

11 June 2018

Lorry parks could double as customs checks areas after Brexit - as a consultation is opened on Operation Stack.

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