A kitchen was partly damaged after a fire broke out at the back of a built-in oven.
Crowds gathered as a car was seen skidding before smashing through railings and ending up on its side in a river.
Despite their heartbreaking defeat to Cheltenham, Chris Kinnear says Dover can take confidence from outplaying the title favourites.
A household oven with an electrical fault went up in flames on Sunday night, causing damage to tiles and kitchen units.
Warning signs have been erected informing dog owners of a potentially deadly substance that could end up on Dover and Deal beaches.
Nicky Deverdics' late blockbuster was in vain as Dover were stunned by Cheltenham at Crabble on Sunday lunchtime.
A high-speed train service has been timetabled to help commuters in east Kent after cracks in a sea wall forced closure of a major line into London.
A "security" incident in Calais, where it is believed that hundreds of immigrants have stormed the Port of Calais is causing cross-Channel disruption.
A controversial 40mph speed-limit that has been in place for nine months has seen four motorists pulled over as they ignored the restrictions.
A Dover district councillor is campaigning for a traffic management system - which has stopped blockage of the town's roads - to remain in place.
Cracks in the sea wall and damage to the rail line between Dover and Folkestone has forced Southeastern to announce a reshuffle of train services.
The new Buckland Hospital has been branded an “absolute joke” in a string of bad reviews by patients since the £24 million premises opened last summer
After celebrating three years back at the club, Chris Kinnear hopes to showcase Dover’s progress by toppling leaders Cheltenham on live TV.
Liam Bellamy says London surgeon Soloman Abrahams helped him recover from a serious knee injury without the need for surgery.
Plans to build three detached homes with garages in Shepherdswell will be discussed tomorrow night (Thursday).
Cross-Channel ferries could be carrying patients seeking treatment from French doctors from April.
Chaos has unfolded for DFDS Seaways, as industrial action in Calais is stopping its vessels from berthing.
The police are still looking for the family of an 80-year-old man who was killed when he was hit by a car more than a week ago.
A taskforce has been set up to oversee the rebuilding of the railway damaged by high seas before Christmas.
A stretch of road has reopened after a bomb scare earlier this afternoon.
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