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Leberl’s plan for Whites

Leberl’s plan for Whites

Manager Jake Leberl is hoping to avoid a complete rebuild at relegated Dover.

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Plasterer left shopkeeper brain-damaged after cracking skull with tool and bat

Plasterer left shopkeeper brain-damaged after cracking skull with tool and bat

A thug cracked a shopkeeper’s skull and left him brain-damaged as a row in a store ended in a bloody street fight.

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2,000-year-old Roman house to reopen following £70k boost

2,000-year-old Roman house to reopen following £70k boost

A historic Roman monument is set to reopen to the public after £70,000 was put forward for essential repairs.

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Kent's first zero-emission bus service to launch with diesel-powered buses!

Kent's first zero-emission bus service to launch with diesel-powered buses!

The county’s first zero-emission bus route will launch with diesel-powered vehicles - because purpose-built electric models will not be ready in time.

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Why some lifelong Tory voters are ditching party in key election battleground

Why some lifelong Tory voters are ditching party in key election battleground

We’ve been out in one of Kent’s “weathervane” seats to find out why some voters are set to switch allegiances at the general election.

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Shop stripped of licence after selling vodka to 13-year-old

Shop stripped of licence after selling vodka to 13-year-old

A convenience store has had its alcohol licence revoked after selling two vodka bottles to a 13-year-old.

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Armed police arrest man after woman injured in ‘attack’

Armed police arrest man after woman injured in ‘attack’

Dramatic images show the moment a man was arrested by armed police after a woman was injured in a reported attack.

Work starts on former nightclub site set for multimillion-pound development

Work starts on former nightclub site set for multimillion-pound development

Archaeologists have started work on town centre land earmarked for a new creative centre and business hub.

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Work ‘well underway’ to avert port traffic hell ahead of new EU checks

Work ‘well underway’ to avert port traffic hell ahead of new EU checks

Plans to avert major disruption at the Channel ports caused by new EU biometric checks are “well underway” despite continued warnings of long delays.

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Home Office bids for more parking spots as staff cars spill onto streets

Home Office bids for more parking spots as staff cars spill onto streets

The Home Office is seeking 60 parking bays for staff dealing with asylum seekers, as their cars are spilling onto nearby streets.

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Whites boss remains upbeat

Whites boss remains upbeat

Manager Jake Leberl hopes Dover’s National League South relegation will be the lowest ebb for the club in recent years.

Rock bar to restore street to ‘former glory’ despite neighbours’ noise fears

Rock bar to restore street to ‘former glory’ despite neighbours’ noise fears

A new rock bar has been granted an alcohol and live music licence despite neighbours’ fears the noise will leave them “prisoners” in their own homes.

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Four arrests in cash smuggling probe

Four arrests in cash smuggling probe

Suspects – including a 17-year-old boy – have been arrested in connection with colossal sums of money being smuggled from Kent to the continent.

‘I had the pace for the podium’

‘I had the pace for the podium’

There was frustration for Dover racer Jake Dixon on his return to Moto2 action.

‘They can't turn pub into 12-bed HMO - parking's already atrocious!’

‘They can't turn pub into 12-bed HMO - parking's already atrocious!’

Neighbours fear converting a former pub into a HMO will exacerbate parking chaos in their “already overcrowded” street.

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‘New homes? It looks like a prison!’

‘New homes? It looks like a prison!’

Frustrated residents have hit out at proposals to overhaul an old garage into flats – claiming fresh designs “look like a prison”.

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'Don’t let Olympics allow people smugglers in'

'Don’t let Olympics allow people smugglers in'

Concerns are being raised that people smugglers might take advantage of a shortfall in police numbers caused by this summer’s Paris Olympics.

Couples can now wed in ‘beautifully’ restored historic building

Couples can now wed in ‘beautifully’ restored historic building

Couples can now celebrate their big day in style after a Victorian Billiards Room was granted permission to host wedding ceremonies and receptions.

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Man ‘abused staff and damaged sign’ at betting shop

Man ‘abused staff and damaged sign’ at betting shop

A man allegedly assaulted two police officers after staff were abused at a betting shop.

Chinese takeaway reopens after rat infestation

Chinese takeaway reopens after rat infestation

A Chinese takeaway that was shut down after a “widespread rat infestation” has reopened as inspectors found no further risks.

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