Proposals to put a tourist attraction in a former colliery are a step closer after receiving money from a government pot supporting coastal towns.
Two men have today been charged with killing a chef who was discovered wrapped in clingfilm in a flat.
A council leader says work to revamp the town centre will start next spring, for completion in summer 2016.
With 55 days to go, the Deal Card has been unveiled to business owners hoping to keep people shopping locally.
More than 2,500 indecent pictures of children being sexually abused were discovered on a Scout leader's computer. He was jailed this week.
Norwegian Larvic rock arrived at Dover's seafront yesterday as part of the port's work to replace its groynes.
Eighteen World War Two shells were found by two brothers at Sandwich Bay on Monday.
Three policemen have appeared in court today charged with conspiring to pervert the course of justice over the existence of CCTV footage of an arrest.
Some of the top stories in this week's East Kent Mercury and Dover Mercury - fantastic value at only 95p.
Good samaritan, Ben Pilott helped a 40-year-old man who had blood gushing from his head at the weekend.
Chris Kinnear has urged everyone associated with Dover to leave their negativity at the Crabble doors as he seek a positive end to the season.
Former Formula 1 world champion Jacques Villeneuve won’t be appearing in the FIA World Rallycross Championships at Lydden in May.
Canterbury schoolgirl Millie Knight says being chosen to carry the GB flag at the Winter Paralympic Opening Ceremony is 'the best feeling ever.'
Chairman George Kennedy is confident Kent are “on the threshold of returning to where it belongs” as a wave of positivity washes over the club.
Kent spinner James Tredwell produced another good display to help England seal victory in the ODI series in West Indies on Wednesday evening.