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Sam Lennon

KM Reporter since 1997, for Dover since 2016.

Just 12 parking spaces for new block of flats

26 May 2022
Just 12 parking spaces for new block of flats

Neighbours in a busy area have slammed plans for a new block of flats for its lack of parking spaces.

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'It will be impossible to forget him'

25 May 2022
'It will be impossible to forget him'

Tributes have been paid following the death of an "iconic" ex-mayor who was a member of a town council for nearly 40 years.

Charity success in scorching heat

25 May 2022
Charity success in scorching heat

Two women have raised £19,000 in a five-day trek in the Middle East, enduring temperatures of up to 41C.

Drama group chosen for top festival

23 May 2022
Drama group chosen for top festival

Local actors are among 10 groups in the country chosen to take part in a National Theatre event.

A day to remember Julia

22 May 2022
A day to remember Julia

A woman moved by the death of PCSO Julia James has set up a special day of events in her memory.

'Selling my mansion could fund Putin's war'

22 May 2022
'Selling my mansion could fund Putin's war'

A man forced to sell his £5m Kent property to an unsanctioned Russian bank fears the proceeds could help fund attacks on Ukraine.

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Delivery driver's £5k fuel card fraud

22 May 2022
Delivery driver's £5k fuel card fraud

A worker stole nearly £5,000 from his firm by fraudulently using his works fuel card and letting others fill up.

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Quarter of a million for grant fund

21 May 2022
Quarter of a million for grant fund

Community groups can from now until June apply for sums from a £260,000 pot in a special council fund.

Latest asylum seeker arrivals

21 May 2022
Latest asylum seeker arrivals

A total of 41 people in small boats were detected in the Channel by UK authorities yesterday and another 20 were stopped by the French.

Child's gift to hospital that treated her

21 May 2022
Child's gift to hospital that treated her

A schoolgirl has given £250 she won in a competition to the centre that gave her neurosurgery.

Couple find 660-year-old coins worth thousands

19 May 2022
Couple find 660-year-old coins worth thousands

A detectorist couple dug up medieval gold coins worth up to £15,000.

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'Bring back our blood tests'

19 May 2022
'Bring back our blood tests'

Nearly all asked in a local consultation, have demanded a return of phlebotomy services to their town hospital.

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Two arrested after double stabbing

18 May 2022
Two arrested after double stabbing

Two boys aged 14 and 15 are in custody after two other teenagers were stabbed in a town centre and taken to hospital.

Regatta returns after three years

06 May 2022
Regatta returns after three years

A seafront and harbour regatta is back for the first time since 2019 after the end of pandemic restrictions.

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Post-lockdown boost for hall

06 May 2022
Post-lockdown boost for hall

A community centre, financially struck by pandemic restrictions, is finding its feet again following a £1,000 grant.

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Water buffalo brought into nature reserve

06 May 2022
Water buffalo brought into nature reserve

Water buffaloes have been brought onto open land to help keep ditches clear, a task that usually needs machinery.

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Businessman and former councillor dies

05 May 2022
Businessman and former councillor dies

The business world in Kent has lost a property developer who has died in his 90s.

Suspected supplier of small boats arrested

05 May 2022
Suspected supplier of small boats arrested

A man suspected of providing vessels for people smuggling has been detained and may be extradited.

Central American P&O staff sacked over language skills

05 May 2022
Central American P&O staff sacked over language skills

Two foreign workers say they were dismissed by P&O Ferries because of limited skills in English.

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Jobs bounceback after pandemic

04 May 2022
Jobs bounceback after pandemic

Statistics show unemployment falling back to the levels before coronavirus and in some cases going down even lower.

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