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Supercars head for Dover this weekend en route to Le Mans

P&O's Spirit of Britain vessel

18 June 2013

Car enthusiasts should watch out for some of the most exotic supercars on the planet heading for Dover docks this weekend as they head for Le Mans.

Airports Commission visits Kent

Economist Sir Howard Davies conducted the aviation review

13 June 2013

A bird reserve in Kent played host to the group which could make or break plans for the world's biggest airport in the Thames estuary.

Boy's narrow escape has parents up in arms over new road layout

Kingsley Franklyn, with parents Andy and Sam, who had to dive out of the way of a speeding car near his home in Barnes Way, Reculver.

10 June 2013

Children's lives are being put at risk according to campaigners fighting road alterations which send main-road traffic though a residential area.

Towers traffic ‘has improved’ since trial ban reversal

Westgate Towers

08 June 2013

Traffic has improved since the controversial Westgate Towers trial was reversed in Canterbury, a leading expert has claimed.

All aboard for MidKent Airways flight to... nowhere

Cathrine Roberts and Jasmine Pope run through the safety demo

07 June 2013

It may have seats and overhead lockers, but one plane in Kent is definitely not taking to the skies.

Critical shared space report

Tiny Tots shop owner Sally Starley points out the damage

06 June 2013

A report criticising the controversial Ashford shared space scheme is due to be discussed by councillors next week.

Jobs in doubt as Eurotunnel ordered to stop cross-Channel ferries

MyFerryLink's ship Berlioz

06 June 2013

Cross-Channel ferry operator Eurotunnel has been told to stop its My Ferry Link service within six months in a Competition Commission ruling.

Stagecoach wins contract to run Canterbury's park and ride services

06 June 2013

The bus company will take over services in October after current contractor Kent Top Travel opted not to bid again.

Stag party reveller found unconscious on train

Eurotunnel train

05 June 2013

Channel Tunnel passengers were shocked to find a man -unconscious and half-naked on a train.

Parents’ safety concerns over new road layout

Barnes Way/Reculver Road

05 June 2013

Traffic is being diverted from a main road through a busy housing estate because of planning applications approved in 2006 and 2004.

Rail bridge close for walkers

04 June 2013

A long-running dispute between councillors and developers looks set to end as a planning application goes in for a pedestrian railway bridge.

Team work the key at Haynes

MD and chairman Andrew Haynes

04 June 2013

A Ford dealership has won a top award for driving up servicing performance and customer satisfaction

£1.5m scheme to tackle Westwood Cross congestion

31 May 2013

5,000 new jobs could be created on the back of the Department of Transport's funding announcement

Councillors 'blocking probe' into £3m failed ferry deal

31 May 2013

Thanet councillors have been accused of stifling questions over a secret deal with a ferry operator that has left a £3.3m funding gap.

Thames Estuary airport debate takes a new twist

31 May 2013

Building an airport in Kent would mean Heathrow would have to close, according to a think tank.

M2 celebrates golden anniversary of motoring

The M2 at Sittingbourne

29 May 2013

It may have caused gridlock, jams and roadworks... but the M2 is marking a special birthday

Passengers stranded on platform after train blunder

Train services were disrupted. Stock picture

29 May 2013

Hundreds of passengers were forced to get off a train... after it drove off without the conductor.

Action group lodges appeal against Lydd expansion

Lydd Airport sign.

28 May 2013

A group against the expansion of Lydd airport has lodged an appeal in the hope of overturning government approval.

BA flights diverted via Manston after emergency landing

British Airways flights diverted via Manston Airport after runways were closed at Heathrow

24 May 2013

Some British Airways flights have been diverted via Manston Airport today after a plane made an emergency landing at Heathrow.

Call for repairs to resume on Island’s ‘worst road’

John Freeman is highlighting the poor state of The Broadway which is full of potholes

23 May 2013

A Minster resident is calling on Kent County Council to sort out the crumbling surface of one of the Island’s busiest roads.

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