A "purely evil" rapist cried "I'm not guilty, mum" after being jailed for raping a girl three times.
An interim injunction banning protesters from occupying the A20 has been granted after police arrested 39 people following action by Insulate Britain.
A trail of 007-linked hotspots has been mapped out in time for next week's release of the new James Bond movie.
Dover Athletic have announced the signing of a striker who has impressed in the United States.
Owners are said to have stood by while their pet attacked two ponies in a field and then drove off without it.
A port-bound traffic control system was back in force today to prevent town road congestion.
A colleague has paid tribute to a 'larger than life' and pioneering Kent radio broadcaster who has died.
Young volunteer police cadets helped remove used needles, alcohol and cannisters from a children's play park.
A primary school head teacher has hit out at yobs who vandalised an outdoor classroom during the weekend.
Andy Hessenthaler has praised the Dover Athletic supporters as Whites aim to kick-start their season in front of their own fans.
A Kent MP has met the Home Secretary to discuss the ongoing Channel crossings by asylum seekers.
A specialist has warned serious eye conditions will show themselves as people have not been getting checked during the pandemic.
Dover picked up a creditable draw at Weymouth in Saturday's televised National League game.
Officers have dished out multiple warnings for anti-social driving, including revving their engines, wheel spinning and blocking roundabouts.
Asylum seekers continue to arrive on the coast as a further six separate events today saw UK authorities intercept crossings.
A firm which operates ferries between Dover and France expects increased demand after the government announced relaxed travel rules.
An Australian woman wants to beat a Kent champion's record for the most swims across the English Channel.
The Home Secretary was in Kent today met with the teams who deal with the arrival of small boats carrying asylum seekers across the Channel.
Councillors, encouraged by their mayor, have agreed to pay another £10,000 for a town square refurbishment despite the rising expense.
Part of the A2 has now reopened after a van spilled bags of cement on the carriageway.
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