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Friends reunited

Friends reunited

Members of a social group, kept apart during the pandemic, have finally met again after a total 500 days.

'It's an insult and I'm not happy - I've got Covid myself'

'It's an insult and I'm not happy - I've got Covid myself'

Dover boss Andy Hessenthaler has hit back at claims that they didn't want to start the new season after revealing he has caught Covid.

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Digging for the past

Digging for the past

An archaeological excavation is taking place over three weeks before a multi-million pound revamp at a town's main square.

Flats near 'danger junction' approved

Flats near 'danger junction' approved

Councillors have given planning permission for homes despite neighbours' warnings of a serious road hazard nearby.

Plans to house 8,000 asylum seekers

Plans to house 8,000 asylum seekers

The Home Office wants to provide temporary accommodation for those arriving in small boats across the Channel, ending the use of hotels.

Please help little Theo

Please help little Theo

A crowdfunding page has been set up to help pay for tests for a four-month-old baby for a bone disorder.

Dover squad in isolation due to Covid outbreak

Dover squad in isolation due to Covid outbreak

Dover Athletic's return to action could yet be further delayed due to Covid-19.

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Rescued asylum seeker dies

Rescued asylum seeker dies

One person flown to hospital after being rescued from a sinking vessel has died.

Cash hit club needs 3000 supporters at first game

Cash hit club needs 3000 supporters at first game

Dover Athletic supporters club is appealing for 3000 fans to cheer the team on at the first game of the season.

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Kiosk is latest vendor wanting to sell alcohol on seafront

Kiosk is latest vendor wanting to sell alcohol on seafront

Another area on a regenerating seafront could serve booze as part if its menu if a licence is granted.

New arrest after beer garden attack

New arrest after beer garden attack

A second person has been taken in by police after a man was attacked at a pub garden and ended up in hospital.

Villagers fundraise for 12-year-old's cannabis medication

Villagers fundraise for 12-year-old's cannabis medication

Cannabis medication can be bought for a severely epileptic 12-year-old girl thanks to her village's support.

Outdoor bars can serve booze on hotel terrace

Outdoor bars can serve booze on hotel terrace

A seafront hotel has been granted permission to use two new bars on its terraces despite noise objections from nearby residents.

Operation Brock here to stay

Operation Brock here to stay

Unpopular Operation Brock will be a permanent option on the M20 instead of being removed for good in October.

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Charity's new workshop

Charity's new workshop

A group for the homeless has a new centre, following the raising of £230,000, where old material can be reused.

Rare bird reintroduced to Kent after 200 years

Rare bird reintroduced to Kent after 200 years

A bird not seen in the wild in Kent for 200 years has returned, in a conservation project's first steps.

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Sue gets scalped for Demelza children's hospice

Sue gets scalped for Demelza children's hospice

An ex-nurse and children's home worker, 71, has had her 24" long hair shaved.

Another council suspends garden waste collections

Another council suspends garden waste collections

Driver shortages have forced another council to suspend garden waste collections as focus is put on household waste and recycling.

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'Keep pier angling alive'

'Keep pier angling alive'

The angling on Dover’s Admiralty pier was in the news again with a meeting held at the council offices.

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Sky lights up to welcome new ferry

Sky lights up to welcome new ferry

Fireworks hailed the arrival of the DFDS Côte d’Opale, the longest ferry on the English Channel.

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