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Port could dredge Goodwin Sands for materials

Port could dredge Goodwin Sands for materials

The Port of Dover is considering options, including Goodwin Sands, for sourcing materials for its Dover Western Docks Revival development.

Cyclist in 'serious condition' after hit-and-run

Cyclist in 'serious condition' after hit-and-run

A cyclist is in hospital after a white Land Rover failed to stop after a collision.

Pier closure will not stop ferry disaster tributes

Pier closure will not stop ferry disaster tributes

Relatives of those who died in the Herald of Free Enterprise disaster will still be able to pay tribute at the end of the Prince of Wales pier.

Sorting office plan for 65 homes

Sorting office plan for 65 homes

Extensive plans to build 65 new homes in Charlton Green have been submitted and await approval from planning officers.

Migrants held in town centre

Migrants held in town centre

Five men, believed to be migrants, have been handed to immigration teams after they were seen wandering around a town centre.

Paedophile snared after victim sees photo on Crimewatch

Paedophile snared after victim sees photo on Crimewatch

A former soldier who launched sex attacks against a young teenager has been locked up, after his victim recognised his photo on Crimewatch.

Stack proposals on show in Dover

Stack proposals on show in Dover

Dover residents will be able to speak up about proposals for a new major lorry park to help improve Operation Stack today.

Crabble mill left counting cost of break-in attempt

Crabble mill left counting cost of break-in attempt

A historic mill in Dover, which is classed as one of the town's hidden gems, is having to front repair costs after three hooded men tried to break-in.

Kinnear in the market

Kinnear in the market

Chris Kinnear hopes to add to Dover's squad in the coming days but claims the biggest challenge is finding upgrades at a price Whites can afford.

Plans for mast 'taller than The Shard'

Plans for mast 'taller than The Shard'

Plans have been revealed to build a mast in Kent that would be taller than The Shard - Europe's largest building.

Flooded roads remain closed

Flooded roads remain closed

A selection of roads within the Dover district remain flooded and closed today after torrential downpours on Tuesday.

Pregnant woman rescued as heavy rainfall leads to flooding

Pregnant woman rescued as heavy rainfall leads to flooding

Firefighters have rescued a pregnant woman trapped in a house with a man and two dogs as heavy rain causes flooding in parts on Kent.

Lorry bridge smash causes delays

Lorry bridge smash causes delays

A lorry has crashed into Kearsney Bridge in River causing yet more disruption to train services in east Kent.

Dad started house fire in bid to be rehomed

Dad started house fire in bid to be rehomed

A man who deliberately started a fire in his home in the hope his family would be moved has avoided jail.

Dover winger signs for Gulls

Dover winger signs for Gulls

Dover winger Toby Ajala has left the club for ‘a fresh start’ at former club Torquay - leaving Crabble on a free transfer.

New head starts at school which 'requires improvement'

New head starts at school which 'requires improvement'

It is not just the pupils at Astor College who are returning to school for the first time this year - new head teacher Lee Kane takes leadership today

No complaints for Kinnear

No complaints for Kinnear

Dover boss Chris Kinnear gives his verdict on the abandoned National League clash with Welling.

Plan to raise parking charges ‘short-sighted'

 Plan to raise parking charges ‘short-sighted'

Labour’s Dover district councillors are opposing the increase in car parking charges, approved by cabinet last month.

Weather beats Whites

Weather beats Whites

Dover's National League derby with Welling was abandoned on Saturday.

Revised timetables as damaged track set to be shut for 'substantial' time

Revised timetables as damaged track set to be shut for 'substantial' time

High speed fares have been suspended on the stretch of rail line damaged by high tides - as revised services are announced.

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