Home   Dover   Archive

Dover news

Reaction: Whites deserved it – just

Chris Kinnear admits Dover had to work hard for their narrow home win over Torquay United.

Report: Bird penalty decisive

Ryan Bird's second-half penalty earned Dover a vital National League win against nine-man Torquay at Crabble on Saturday.

Crews tackle building fire

Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze at a commercial building.

Welcome to our hotel

A hotel is the latest opening in a £53 million Kent leisure and retail complex.

Whites not finished yet

Chris Kinnear says there’s still a long way to go in the National League play-off race.

Drugs with a street value of £250,000 seized

A man has appeared in court charged with attempting to bring 92kg of diazepam into the country.

Seven arrested in guns and drugs swoop

Police have raided 10 properties in a fresh clampdown on drug dealing.

Ugly scar on beauty spot

Two men have been prosecuted after fly-tipped rubbish was dumped in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

New memorial planned for brave Kelly

An appeal has been launched for a bench in remembrance of a teenager who died of a rare cancer.

In the pink after charity triumph

Hundreds of walkers dressed in pink raised tens of thousands of pounds to fight breast cancer.


Reaction: Dover need to learn game management

Chris Kinnear said his Dover side need to learn how to manage games to the end after conceding a late goal to lose 2-1 at Ebbsfleet on Monday.


Drastic boundary shake-up

Plans to redraw a Kent district will go to England-wide boundary officials for approval.

Whites game postponed

Heavy rain caused the postponement of Dover's National League game with Tranmere.

Teenager in hospital after disturbance

Two teenage boys have been arrested, including one who needed medical treatment, after a disturbance was reported to police.

Port boss quits

The chief executive of a major Kent port is leaving his post, weeks after it emerged colleagues had complained about his behaviour.


Border security bolstered by 200 extra officers

200 new workers will be hired to guard British borders in Kent post-Brexit, says the Home Secretary.


Leberl: Easter is make or break

Dover Athletic host Tranmere on Good Friday and travel to Ebbsfleet on Easter Monday

Rough night to help the homeless

Eight volunteers slept outdoors to highlight the misery for rough sleepers.


Town business burglaries - one in court today

One man is due on court today following business break-ins and another is in custody.

Kinnear: Not what we deserved

Chris Kinnear admitted he was 'absolutely gutted' after Dover were beaten by two late goals at Eastleigh on Tuesday night.

Close This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.Learn More