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White Cliffs sold for £75k

25 September 2020
White Cliffs sold for £75k

A section of the White Cliffs of Dover has been sold to the highest bidder at an auction in Kent

'Stranger' warning as man offers pupil a lift

25 September 2020
'Stranger' warning as man offers pupil a lift

Two schools have sent letters to parents warning that a man allegedly stopped a child and offered them a lift

'Dangerous' bus and cycle lane withdrawn

24 September 2020
'Dangerous' bus and cycle lane withdrawn

A bus and cycle lane, put in hastily to utilise government cash, is being removed after being criticised as dangerous and perplexing for drivers.

Ferry and road disruption as Calais dockers go on strike

24 September 2020
Ferry and road disruption as Calais dockers go on strike

Industrial action in Calais is causing ferry disruption and Dover TAP traffic queuing system is in place for freight waiting to cross the channel

Man jailed for two attacks on good samaritan

17 September 2020
Man jailed for two attacks on good samaritan

A man who intervened when shop worker was being abused, was violently attacked by another man who then went on to attack him again months later.

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Admiral Owen pub to be auctioned

15 September 2020
Admiral Owen pub to be auctioned

A pub that has been running since 1832 in a building that dates back to medieval times is to be auctioned.

Emergency repairs to Dartford crossing caused delays

13 September 2020
Emergency repairs to Dartford crossing caused delays

Emergency repairs to a tunnel at the Dartford Crossing caused queues for traffic heading towards Essex on the M25

'People will be asking: "where is the fair!"'

11 September 2020
'People will be asking: "where is the fair!"'

A travelling funfair has been told it can't open in a Kent Park because of new Covid guidelines, but it can still open at these towns...

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Migrant boats stolen from beaches

10 September 2020
Migrant boats stolen from beaches

A number of boats used by migrants to cross the Channel are being stolen from beaches which has prompted police to issue a warning.

Cocaine worth £15.3m found in two vehicles

09 September 2020
Cocaine worth £15.3m found in two vehicles

Cocaine, worth £15.3m has been intercepted in two separate hauls in the same day at a Kent port - totalling 336kilograms

White Cliffs of Dover for sale

07 September 2020
White Cliffs of Dover for sale

A section of one of the UK's most famous landmarks is to go under the hammer.

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Six charged after migrant protests

07 September 2020
Six charged after migrant protests

Police who made 10 arrests during protests over immigration have now charged six people with offences.

Hop growers and beer experts make a fresh brew

07 September 2020
Hop growers and beer experts make a fresh brew

Brewing of a green hopped beer has started after 2020's first harvest of a communal hop growing farm

Migrants flee from beach

07 September 2020
Migrants flee from beach

Beach-goers watched as a boatload of migrants sped through the sea in a dinghy and fled when they reached the Kent shore.

Latest exhibition? It's all so abstract...

06 September 2020
Latest exhibition? It's all so abstract...

The curator of a new exhibition in Kent has published a virtual showcase of the bright and colourful work on show

Save your appetite for the food market this weekend

04 September 2020
Save your appetite for the food market this weekend

Foodies take note: a late summer market has pitched up between a Kent castle and a beach to replace a popular food festival

Top accolade for stained glass window maker

04 September 2020
Top accolade for stained glass window maker

A revered stained glass window designer, whose work has never gone un-noticed, has earned himself the highest accolade for an expert in his field

Pastures new for up-cycling business

03 September 2020
Pastures new for up-cycling business

A flourishing up-cycling business has grown so much it has been able to move out from a communal start-up hub for fledgling firms

Award-winning comedian's set in pub garden

28 August 2020
Award-winning comedian's set in pub garden

Award-winning comedian Nathan Cassidy will perform an uplifting outdoor show about his magical, life changing year… 2019 this Bank Holiday Sunday

Franksy does a Banksy at exhibition

27 August 2020
Franksy does a Banksy at exhibition

An artist who creates paint using hot sauce will host a Banksy tribute exhibition at a gallery close to an original mural

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