A coach driver found with 243 kilos of cocaine in his vehicle pretended that he and his friend had taken it to Belgium to get the air-con fixed.
Plans to create a memorial to Forces' Sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn on the White Cliffs of Dover has now gained government support.
Red-faced council officials have apologised over chaos caused by a change in bin collection days, with residents calling the debacle "binday bingo".
New town centre signs tell people to continue guarding against coronavirus as the third stage of lockdown easing approaches.
A way to keep people off the streets is to be discussed and includes an increase in council-owned accommodation instead of relying on B&Bs.
A former Methodist church sold on TV show Homes Under the Hammer has been transformed into nine high-end apartments.
The Home Office intercepted three boats with 81 people on board today, while French authorities prevented two boats from entering UK waters.
Three small boats containing around 50 asylum seekers landed in Kent during high winds yesterday.
A group of asylum seekers were seen being led to safety after a small boat landed on a beach this morning during high winds.
Police are seeking two men after a break-in at a property where a fire was started and medals were stolen.
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An air ambulance helicopter has landed on a beach as emergency services attended at a street nearby.
A Kent MP has welcomed tough new legislation against those who ill-treat animals, plus plans to also outlaw live exports.
A main road near Dover was blocked and traffic stationary after a multi-vehicle accident.
Train services throughout Kent are regrowing as we make further progress out of the coronavirus lockdown.
Dover Athletic manager Andy Hessenthaler will be facing a busy summer after the majority of their squad depart.
A charity has been given a grant from a supermarket chain's charity wing to pay for a commercial cooker.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was reportedly seen behaving 'indecently'.
A voluntary group that has helped people during the pandemic says it can quickly mobilise if there is another emergency in its town.
Footage shows the moment more people – including women and children – are brought to safety having taken a dangerous journey to cross the Channel.
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