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Con artist stole from kind-hearted women who tried to help him

Con artist stole from kind-hearted women who tried to help him

A man has been jailed after stealing from two women he had befriended.

Heritage railway hit by spate of vandalism

Heritage railway hit by spate of vandalism

Vandals have attacked a heritage railway which was already suffering financially because of the enforced Covid closure.

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Drugs flat forced to shut

Drugs flat forced to shut

A flat that was used by drug dealers is now out of bounds for three months after police action.

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Short-term survival aim for hard-hit Whites

Short-term survival aim for hard-hit Whites

Andy Hessenthaler admits Dover will be one of many sides fighting hard to stay in the National League once football gets back underway.

Cocaine worth £3.7m found under bunk bed

Cocaine worth £3.7m found under bunk bed

A lorry driver has appeared in court following the discovery of 37 kilos of cocaine under his mattress.

P&O's voluntary redundancies are a 'step in the right direction'

P&O's voluntary redundancies are a 'step in the right direction'

Voluntary redundancy scheme announced as part of a raft of copromises amid a ferry company's plans to cut 614 jobs on ferries at a Kent port

Grammar girls need votes for tech prize

Grammar girls need votes for tech prize

They call themselves the Tech Sisters and their design has won them a place in the finals of an awards programme that finds solutions to common issues

Café burglar caught wearing company fleece

Café burglar caught wearing company fleece

A burglar was arrested after being spotted sporting a branded fleece nicked from the café he'd just broken in to.

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Former Whites striker lands new club

Former Whites striker lands new club

Dover Athletic’s leading marksman has signed for a team who could be their rivals next season.

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Application for tanning salon at retail park

Application for tanning salon at retail park

Plans have been submitted to turn a vacant unit at a new retail complex into a tanning salon

White Cliffs of Dover light up for Dame Vera

White Cliffs of Dover light up for Dame Vera

The lyrics from one of wartime's most moving anthems are beamed onto the White Cliffs of Dover in tribute to Dame Vera Lynn.

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Stalker threatened victim with acid attack

Stalker threatened victim with acid attack

A man who threatened a woman with an acid attack then tried to bully her into changing her evidence against him has been jailed.

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Three saved after trying to cross Channel in kayak

Three saved after trying to cross Channel in kayak

Three asylum seekers were among 28 to attempt to cross the Channel yesterday as the weather took a turn for the worse.

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

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