Passengers were warned to expect long delays as Eurotunnel services resumed after a "massive invasion" of more than 100 migrants.
Lorries are being forced to queue for the Channel Tunnel after overnight migrant activity in Calais.
Suspected counterfeit clothing and illicit tobacco have been seized by police in a purge on suspected rogue traders.
An arsonist has been sent to prison after a fire he started in his own flat caused two women to become trapped four floors up.
A worker was crushed and killed by a reversing dustcart at a recycling depot after the driver disabled a vehicle safety feature, an inquest heard.
A cafe owner is delighted his business has risen from the ashes after fire ripped through it last month.
A museum celebrating a town's history is set to go ahead - thanks to a £2m lottery grant.
Not many boxers will have warmed up for a big fight quite like Kent's Josh Kennedy did at the weekend.
Funding for a brand new museum at the heart of Folkestone has been given the go-ahead today.
An area of grassland at a popular nature reserve went up in flames as fire crews were called to put out the alight undergrowth.
Emergency crews rushed to a village this morning after a crash between a car and motorbike.
Motorists have been warned that roadworks on a major route could cause weeks of traffic misery
Eurotunnel travellers are facing three-hour waits after power supplies went down.
Police and lifeboat crews were called to help a man following reports of concern for his welfare in a harbour last night.
Plans to make Tontine Street two-way for buses and taxis despite fears over congestion and safety have finally been given the go-ahead by councillors.
Actress Joanna Lumley will unveil a statue for the Gurkhas in Folkestone.
Clothes inside a tumbledryer went ablaze at a laundrette in Folkestone.
A couple have been prosecuted after their constantly-crowing cockerels ruffled feathers among their neighbours.
Lorries were caught up in delays at Eurotunnel after it's believed a migrant was electrocuted.
A 16-year-old-boy who died at a house near a town centre has been named.
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