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Company boss fined thousands after sheep deaths

Company boss fined thousands after sheep deaths

13 February 2014

A company and its boss have been fined thousands of pounds after dozens of sheep had to be shot during live exports from Ramsgate.

Level crossing works in Aylesford postponed

Level crossing works in Aylesford postponed

13 February 2014

Plans to close Station Road in Aylesford , splitting it in two, have been postponed.

M2 sinkhole nightmare set to continue for another 48 hours

M2 sinkhole nightmare set to continue for another 48 hours

12 February 2014

The M2 hard shoulders are due to reopen tomorrow, but the rest of the motorway could stay closed for another 48 hours due to a 15ft sinkhole.

Picket held at Saga offices

Picket held at Saga offices

12 February 2014

Union representatives will be staging a protest today outside the Saga headquarters in Folkestone

Extreme weather causes travel chaos

Extreme weather causes travel chaos

12 February 2014

A tree has fallen on the railway line, causing travel chaos for commuters as heavy wind and rain lashes the district.

More opportunities coming to a port near you

More opportunities coming to a port near you

11 February 2014

High quality jobs and more investment will be coming in thick and fast at Dover as the port seals a deal with three others in Taiwan.

Diversions in place following part closures of M2

Diversions in place following part closures of M2

11 February 2014

Traffic heading towards the Port of Dover is advised to use the M20 due to part closures of the M2 A2.

Pair taken to hospital as ambulance in crash with bus

Pair taken to hospital as ambulance in crash with bus

10 February 2014

Two ambulance workers have been taken to hospital after a crash with a bus that also left several passengers injured.

Stormy seas ahead?

Stormy seas ahead?

10 February 2014

As the Competition Commission looks again at Eurotunnel’s ownership of MyFerryLink, the battle for a cut of the cross-Channel market is intensifying.

Long delays due to roadworks at Detling Hill

Long delays due to roadworks at Detling Hill

10 February 2014

A collapsed manhole cover is causing delays for motorists today.

Long delays on A2 caused by fuel spillage

Long delays on A2 caused by fuel spillage

10 February 2014

Long tailbacks built up on the coast-bound A2 after a jack-knifed lorry spilt its fuel.

West Kent braces itself for flooding as storm approaches

West Kent braces itself for flooding as storm approaches

09 February 2014

Areas around the River Medway and Beult remain on high alert for flooding today, as rain and strong winds are expected to batter the county.

Sevenoaks by-pass closed after crashes

Sevenoaks by-pass closed after crashes

08 February 2014

The A21 was closed this afternoon following a multi-vehicle accident.

Collapsed manhole cover causes delays

Collapsed manhole cover causes delays

07 February 2014

Motorists faced queues on the A249 Detling Hill this morning because of a collapsed manhole cover.

Delays after Eurotunnel train breaks down

Delays after Eurotunnel train breaks down

06 February 2014

Passengers have been suffering long delays on Eurotunnel services today, with traffic queuing on the M20, after a train broke down.

Parent power wins major U-turn on Freedom Pass

Parent power wins major U-turn on Freedom Pass

05 February 2014

Widespread protests have led Kent County Council to scrap its plans to set a limit on the use of the Freedom Pass.

Early morning crash closes motorway

Early morning crash closes motorway

05 February 2014

An early morning crash closed a stretch of motorway this morning

Air ambulance carries out nearly 70 transfusions

Air ambulance carries out nearly 70 transfusions

04 February 2014

Almost 70 blood transfusions have been carried out on the Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance a year after the service was launched.

Canterbury roads remain closed due to flood damage

Canterbury roads remain closed due to flood damage

03 February 2014

Kent Highways have tweeted a series of road closures across Canterbury in the aftermath of the weekend's flooding

How P&O cross-Channel ferry met its end

How P&O cross-Channel ferry met its end

02 February 2014

Forget cutting equipment and wrecking balls... this is how the Turkish start to break up an ex P&O Pride of Calais ferry.

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