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Wildlife expert's latest book helps find inner peace

28 July 2021
Wildlife expert's latest book helps find inner peace

He has learnt a happier way of living since experiencing dark times and is sharing his findings.

Uninsured e scooters seized and graffiti vandals caught

28 July 2021
Uninsured e scooters seized and graffiti vandals caught

More than a dozen arrests have been made and uninsured e scooters have been seized as police target individuals involved in anti-social behaviour.

Boats piled up in storage after Channel crossings

27 July 2021
Boats piled up in storage after Channel crossings

Drone pictures show scores of small crafts amassed at a storage facility after being intercepted making the crossing from France.

Memorial for heroes of the Dover Patrol is 100 years old

27 July 2021
Memorial for heroes of the Dover Patrol is 100 years old

A normal annual service marked the centenary but a 'full scale re-dedication' will happen in 2022

Group's anti-vax stand was in 'quietest part of Deal!'

26 July 2021
Group's anti-vax stand was in 'quietest part of Deal!'

People making a stand against Covid vaccines left onlookers perplexed wondering why they chose to hold their gathering in the quietest part of Deal.

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Regatta Week pictures: Here's what's happened so far

26 July 2021
Regatta Week pictures: Here's what's happened so far

The return of Regatta Week activities has brought 'so much joy' to those taking part and watching, having missed the spectacular last year.

Homeless flats could be eco-friendly

26 July 2021
Homeless flats could be eco-friendly

Boilers could be converted at two new homes developments to help a council reach its zero carbon target, reducing bills for tenants.

One day festival returns to The Square

25 July 2021
One day festival returns to The Square

We missed it last year and now Music4Martha is back with a packed line-up in aid of a Kent care charity.

Plans emerge for ambitious Dame Vera Lynn memorial park

24 July 2021
Plans emerge for ambitious Dame Vera Lynn memorial park

Images of a new multi-million pound park which could be created in honour of Dame Vera Lynn on the White Cliffs of Dover have been revealed.

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Pub relaunches after years of fire damage repairs

23 July 2021
Pub relaunches after years of fire damage repairs

A rural pub is welcoming guests again, three years after being gutted by a blaze.

Funeral of town's longest serving landlady

23 July 2021
Funeral of town's longest serving landlady

Pub regulars will raise a toast to their beloved landlady at a celebration of her life later today.

'We can stop a repeat of Grenfell'

22 July 2021
'We can stop a repeat of Grenfell'

A company deliberately set a lounge and bedroom alight to show the importance of flame retardant cladding.

Schools get share of £1bn rebuild fund

22 July 2021
Schools get share of £1bn rebuild fund

Four schools in Kent will receive millions of pounds in funding as part of a major rebuilding programme set out by the government.

Return of Regatta Week and carnival

22 July 2021
Return of Regatta Week and carnival

Regatta week is back with a bang in Deal after last year's spectacular was cancelled.

Join historical romp round 'Dastardly Deal'

22 July 2021
Join historical romp round 'Dastardly Deal'

History will come alive in streets once occupied by smugglers thanks to a new partnership with a heritage and theatre group.

'Only the gangsters are winning'

21 July 2021
'Only the gangsters are winning'

As the number of asylum seekers to cross the Channel reached record highs, our reporter watched the latest arrivals and gives his take on the crisis.

'These sea portraits are becoming more and more iconic...'

21 July 2021
'These sea portraits are becoming more and more iconic...'

A woman is taking these mesmerising pictures of women in the sea as part of a digital project for Instagram.

MPs facing one day suspension for trial interference

21 July 2021
MPs facing one day suspension for trial interference

Two Kent MPs are facing a one-day suspension for interfering with a trial.

More asylum seekers brought ashore following record day

20 July 2021
More asylum seekers brought ashore following record day

The heatwave has brought more suspected asylum seekers to Kent's shores before thunderstorms hit.

Record number of people cross channel to reach UK

20 July 2021
Record number of people cross channel to reach UK

Hundreds of people made the dangerous journey across the English Channel in small boats to reach Kent.

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