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Shortening the queues

15 January 2014

Plans for £6m of road improvements around a proposed shopping centre redevelopment have been revealed.

New record for Chunnel operator

15 January 2014

Eurotunnel took an unprecedented number of vehicles between Folkestone and Pas-de-Calais over the festive period.

Woodnesborough Road to close at level crossing

15 January 2014

Maintenance work is due to take place at the Woodnesborough Road level crossing in Sandwich and the road will close for four nights.

Rail prices will drop, eventually according to Southeastern

14 January 2014

Southeastern has responded to a Dover man’s campaign to cut the cost of rail prices from London to east Kent, saying the issue is "on the agenda"

Traffic disruption after two-car crash

13 January 2014

Traffic disrupted after two cars crashed this afternoon but drivers were not seriously injured

Dover's RNLI lifeboats to the rescue

12 January 2014

Dover's RNLI lifeboat experienced their first ever call out of 2014 last night, leading to a 12 hour stretch at sea.

Motorcyclist hurt in crash with taxi

10 January 2014

A biker in his 40s has been taken to hospital with multiple injuries after a crash with a taxi this morning.

Port's bursary could help university students

09 January 2014

The Port of Dover is providing a helping hand for those wanting to study at university in a port related field.

Rush hour delays after debris in road at Detling Hill

09 January 2014

Long queues formed on the A249 this morning after a lorry shed its load of bricks.

Commission to reconsider ferry ruling

08 January 2014

The Competition Commission says it will look again at whether Eurotunnel broke any rules when it bought cross-Channel ferries, launching MyFerryLink.

Commuters turn to coach

08 January 2014

With rail fares rising, a coach firm is reporting record passenger numbers.

Car lands on its side in M20 crash

08 January 2014

Emergency services were called to the M20 after a car overturned this morning.

No disruption caused at port, despite weather warnings

07 January 2014

The Port of Dover has remained open, with ferry services running to schedule.

Overhanging tree brings rail service to a halt

07 January 2014

Passengers travelling between Dover Priory and Ramsgate had to board a selection of buses as tree debris blocked the railway line.

Protests launched against rail fare hikes

06 January 2014

Spiralling rail fares are coming under the spotlight today with the launch of a petition in the county calling for a cap on prices.

First trains run from new station

06 January 2014

Gravesend station is up and running after a multi-million pound revamp.

Yalding floods again

03 January 2014

Residents of the village have woken up to flooded homes for the second time since Christmas.

Train tickets go up... but it could be worse

02 January 2014

Southeastern passengers today face a hike in fares... but the increase is less than the government suggested.

New airspace plan ‘will not add to safety risks’

31 December 2013

Islanders have been given assurances that plans to reintroduce a controlled airspace will not affect their safety.

Dover lifeboat volunteers on two call outs over Christmas

31 December 2013

Dover Lifeboat volunteers have been busy this festive season.

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