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444 cross on 'first day' of Rwanda flights

444 cross on 'first day' of Rwanda flights

Nearly 450 people made it across the Channel in small boats on the day the first asylum seekers were meant to be deported on flights to Rwanda.

Pavey says Whites will be in it together

Pavey says Whites will be in it together

Returning Dover striker Alfie Pavey is hoping to help reunite the club after signing for a second permanent spell at Crabble.

Dover defender moves on

Dover defender moves on

Defender Danny Collinge has provided a farewell message as he leaves Dover for a fresh challenge.

Quartet's Channel swim relay attempt

Quartet's Channel swim relay attempt

Four men will take on a fundraising long distance swim, in medley relay format, to help parents who have a child in a neonatal unit.

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'Nurse shortage has robbed me of my life'

'Nurse shortage has robbed me of my life'

A great-grandmother claims a cut in nurse visits regularly leaves her in tears and agonising pain.

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Farage tells Prince to 'shut up fast' after Rwanda criticism

Farage tells Prince to 'shut up fast' after Rwanda criticism

Nigel Farage has warned Prince Charles that he risks endangering the monarchy after criticism of government plans to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda.

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Whites re-sign Pavey

Whites re-sign Pavey

Alfie Pavey is back at Dover as the club's plans for their attacking ranks for the 2022/23 National League South season begin to take shape.

Routines work like a dream!

Routines work like a dream!

The Dover Vista Twisters Cheerleading squads took on the world's best in Florida - and they didn't disappoint.

Loss of belongings 'absolute disgrace'

Loss of belongings 'absolute disgrace'

A trade union is angry that some staff sacked by a ferry company three months ago have still not had all their possessions back.

Former Academy graduate one of two new Dover signings

Former Academy graduate one of two new Dover signings

Dover have announced they have signed two new players - including a former Academy graduate - as their plans for the new season start to take shape.

High Court rules Rwanda deportation can go ahead

High Court rules Rwanda deportation can go ahead

Campaigners have lost their bid to block the Government’s plan to send migrants to Rwanda after a High Court ruling.

'I'm nearly halfway there'

'I'm nearly halfway there'

A veteran is this week progressing through Kent in a 5,000-mile run around the coast of Britain for charity.

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Gangs working together to send people across sea in 'death traps'

Gangs working together to send people across sea in 'death traps'

"Ruthless" gangs are working together to send people across the Channel on "death trap" dinghies taped together, a top police officer has said.

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Sharks hit out at RFU decision

Sharks hit out at RFU decision

Dover coach Martyn Beaumont believes they have been “let down” by the RFU in the way the pyramid league system has been restructured.

Arrest made after park mugging

Arrest made after park mugging

A man suffered facial injuries and had cash stolen from his wallet after being robbed in a park.

Pedestrian hurt in collision

Pedestrian hurt in collision

A man was taken to hospital after a crash on a busy road this morning, which caused delays in the area.

New artwork honours women in war

New artwork honours women in war

A silhouette statue has been put up at a new housing development to acknowledge the contribution made by women during conflict.

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'We have got to build that spine'

'We have got to build that spine'

Dover manager Andy Hessenthaler is focused on building the spine of his new-look side with centre-back Jake Goodman having agreed to stay at the club.

Thug injured pensioner during break-in

Thug injured pensioner during break-in

A burglar who injured a pensioner during a break-in has been jailed.

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Historic church preserved

Historic church preserved

Restoration has taken place on the remains of a 12th century building that was severely damaged during the Second World War.

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