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Child sex offender jailed

Child sex offender jailed

A paedophile who made and distributed images of victims online has been jailed.

Book in memory of mum will nurture cooking in kids

Book in memory of mum will nurture cooking in kids

A story book for children includes funny tales and recipes that will help inspire youngsters to learn to cook

Forces' Sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn dies aged 103

Forces' Sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn dies aged 103

Dame Vera Lynn who sang the iconic There'll Be Blue Birds Over The White Cliffs of Dover has died at the age of 103, her family have confirmed.

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20 years on from Dover Docks atrocity

20 years on from Dover Docks atrocity

Two decades ago the bodies of 58 Chinese would-be migrants were found in a lorry-load of tomatoes in Kent – this is their tragic story.

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What life on ferries will be like after lockdown

What life on ferries will be like after lockdown

Travellers can get a glimpse of what life on ferries will be like now lockdown has eased as companies reveal their new coronavirus safety measures.

Massive P&O protest suspended

Massive P&O protest suspended

Plans to protest the loss of 614 seafaring jobs have been suspended following progress in talks.

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Hostel puts up foreign nurses working amid Covid battle

Hostel puts up foreign nurses working amid Covid battle

A pub and hostel owner has opened up his dormitories for agency nurses who are coming to Kent to cover for NHS nurses who are off sick

Migrants were bolted into 'coffin-like' concealment

Migrants were bolted into 'coffin-like' concealment

A lorry driver has been jailed after bringing migrants into the country bolted into a tight void in his truck, with no means for escape

Man charged after bus stop attack

Man charged after bus stop attack

A man has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm after an alleged attack on a man at a bus stop.

Demonstration will highlight 'national scandal' of job cuts

Demonstration will highlight 'national scandal' of job cuts

The loss of 614 seafaring jobs in Kent will be the subject of a protest by maritime union the RMT.

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Sandbank could be saved from future dredging

Sandbank could be saved from future dredging

A shifting sandbank could win protection from being dredged in the future because of a government review that could preserve ecology and wildlife.

Big departures from Whites

Big departures from Whites

Some of Dover Athletic’s best players are leaving the club.

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Machetes and swords seized at 'cuckoo' house

Machetes and swords seized at 'cuckoo' house

Police have swooped on a property and detained four men as machetes and swords are discovered.

'There is much more to do'

'There is much more to do'

Three incidents involving 38 migrants have been recorded off the Kent coast of the English Channel.

Criminal cash courier smuggled £12m in 45 trips

Criminal cash courier smuggled £12m in 45 trips

A Turkish lorry driver has been jailed For smuggling more than £12 million of criminal cash out of the country over a five-month period.

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'Gangs dangle toddlers over water to get to UK'

'Gangs dangle toddlers over water to get to UK'

Calls for a crackdown to end migrant crossings have been made after reports toddlers are dangled overboard to try and prevent boats being stopped.

Venues can't survive until distancing is scrapped, gig organiser says

Venues can't survive until distancing is scrapped, gig organiser says

Here's what gigs could look like at this music venue under the government's draft guidelines - which have been blasted as unviable.

Drug dealer offered prizes to users who bought the most

Drug dealer offered prizes to users who bought the most

A drug dealer who offered prizes to users who bought the most crack cocaine and heroin has been handed a two year jail sentence.

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Anger over calls to rename white cliffs

Anger over calls to rename white cliffs

A call to rename Kent's iconic white cliffs after the Black Lives Matter movement has been lambasted as a prank that damages the campaign.

Union chief's grim warning over ferry redundancies

Union chief's grim warning over ferry redundancies

Large scale redundancies on ferries will affect safety, the economy and the financial security of a dedicated workforce, a union boss claims.

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