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Councillor's plea for police funding to remain

A Labour Group leader has urged the Home Secretary Theresa May to maintain police funding, in light of this month's terrorist attacks in Paris.

Fallen tree blocks road

A fallen tree has blocked a narrow country road off the Alkham Valley, near Dover, this afternoon.

Cars parked in village targeted by thieves

Items worth hundreds of pounds were taken from six vehicles parked in Temple Ewell, a village outside of Dover, over the weekend.

Kinnear: We coasted a little in the second half

Chris Kinnear was delighted with his side's finishing as they halted a three-match losing run with a 3-1 home win over Barrow.

Police join forces to end yob nuisance

Police officers are working with shops and residents in Whitfield to reduce the number of youths causing problems.

Three-goal burst puts Dover back on track

Three goals in 24 first half minutes ensured Dover got their season firmly back on track against Barrow in the Vanarama National League.

Increased security checks cause port delays

Heightened security controls are causing delays at Dover.

One man's mission to keep Dover safe and clean

There has been an "alarming" amount of crimes in the Clarendon area but one man is on a mission to keep his home safe and clean.

Drivers’ fears that lack of lights is ‘licence to thieve’

A Dover taxi driver claims a lack of street lighting has led to an increase in car crimes.

Kinnear ignoring play-off picture

Chris Kinnear insists confidence is still high in the Whites’ camp as they seek to launch a winning run when Barrow visit Crabble on Saturday.

Man charged with Christmas Day rape

A man has been charged with raping a woman in a Christmas Day attack, after being arrested by police in Romania.

Pier will close to allow Docks' revival

The future of Dover’s Prince of Wales Piers has been sealed – it will close for good after plans to remove historic furniture were granted last night.

School asks parents to stop smoking and swearing at gates

A school has asked parents to stop smoking and swearing at the gates... after receiving complaints from children.

Plan for town hall revamp

Plans have emerged to redevelop the Grade II listed Dover Town Hall.

Former Take That drummer jailed for assaulting officer

A former Take That drummer Steve Washington Tate has been jailed for assaulting a police officer.

Service held in Dover after Paris terror attacks

Dover paid tribute to those who lost their lives in the Paris terrorist attacks at a choral service.

Ferry crash injuries 'could have been avoided'

Passengers on board a ferry which crashed into a wall could have avoided injury if crews had warned them of the impact, an investigation has ruled.

Losing run will cool expectations

Chris Kinnear admits Dover’s losing run will serve to temper expectations at Crabble but insists his side will continue to punch above their weight.

Driver arrested after lorry blocks roundabout

A lorry driver has been arrested after an articulated truck blocked a busy roundabout this evening, exacerbating existing traffic problems.

Fresh inspection booked at town’s leisure centre

A second site visit has been scheduled for Dover Leisure Centre to ensure it is maintained and upgraded.

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