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Emergency services called to incident near marina

Emergency services called to incident near marina

Police, medics and fire crews were called to an incident near a marina following concerns for a man.

Stabbed in head for having sex with love rival

Stabbed in head for having sex with love rival

A woman has avoided jail after she stabbed a man in the head at a party after he slept with a love rival.

10,000 people cross Channel in small boats in five months

10,000 people cross Channel in small boats in five months

Almost 10,000 asylum seekers have crossed the Channel in small boats and arrived on UK shores this year, figures reveal.

Double salute for Queen

Double salute for Queen

A town had two beacon lightings for the Platinum Jubilee in one night, at its castle and seafront.

Bank holiday rush causes delays

Bank holiday rush causes delays

Passengers heading to Dover and Folkestone can expect delays as holidaymakers head away for the Jubilee weekend.

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Paedophile jailed for historic sex abuse

Paedophile jailed for historic sex abuse

A paedophile who subjected a child to a long campaign of sexual abuse decades ago has been jailed.

Popular cafe to relocate into landmark

Popular cafe to relocate into landmark

A cafe favoured by cyclists has confirmed it is opening at a new location after closing its current premises.

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Live music and food stalls planned for marina

Live music and food stalls planned for marina

Food trucks and live music are planned for a new marina in Kent, which will also see boats berthed there following problems with its design.

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Home Office cancels contract with P&O

Home Office cancels contract with P&O

The Home Office has announced it will be ending a deal with P&O to transport staff to northern France if there is a problem at the Channel Tunnel.

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Popular restaurant shut for a month

Popular restaurant shut for a month

An eaterie is being temporarily closed while major interior and exterior improvements are undertaken.

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Traffic at port easing after weekend of chaos

Traffic at port easing after weekend of chaos

After another weekend of traffic chaos, the roads heading to the port of Dover have begun to clear.

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Long traffic queues build at port

Long traffic queues build at port

Motorists have suffered long delays again today as queues of holidaymakers built on major roads into Dover.

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Border delays add to half-term getaway woes

Border delays add to half-term getaway woes

Roads around Kent are "extremely busy" as families set off on their half term break amid a raft of travel restrictions.

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Liverpool fans in chaos at port

Liverpool fans in chaos at port

Liverpool fans travelling to the Champions League final in France face lengthy delays at a port.

Final Kent P&O ship cleared to sail

Final Kent P&O ship cleared to sail

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has confirmed the final P&O ship held in Dover has been cleared to resume sailing.

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Anger at fun fair's snub

Anger at fun fair's snub

The owners and customers of a family fun fair have spoken out after their usual two-week stint in a town was cancelled.

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Home Office accused of cover up over dumped dinghies

Home Office accused of cover up over dumped dinghies

The government has refused to disclose how much it has spent on storing boats used by criminal gangs to ferry asylum seekers across the Channel.

Just 12 parking spaces for new block of flats

Just 12 parking spaces for new block of flats

Neighbours in a busy area have slammed plans for a new block of flats for its lack of parking spaces.

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Whites player-coach tops list of players to leave club

Whites player-coach tops list of players to leave club

Player-coach Reda Johnson tops the list of players set to leave Dover this summer.

Third P&O ship inspected for safety

Third P&O ship inspected for safety

The Pride of Canterbury, which has been stuck at port for more than two months, is being inspected for safety today.

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