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Election fight for Dover and Deal with Tories set for victory

Election fight for Dover and Deal with Tories set for victory

Find out who will be representing your constituency.

Antique clock stolen

Antique clock stolen

Police are seeking the public's help after a unique clock, nearly 2ft high, was stolen in a burglary at a house.

It could be Christmas every day

It could be Christmas every day

A Kent port's festive event, with a huge ice rink and market stalls, continues almost each day until January 1.

Delays as ice stops train

Delays as ice stops train

Commuters are facing delays after a build up of ice leaves a train without power.

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Hess: We're all under scrutiny

Hess: We're all under scrutiny

Dover boss Andy Hessenthaler admits he is considering freshening up his squad after a three-match winless run.

Elves and reindeer at centre's festive day

Elves and reindeer at centre's festive day

A shopping and leisure complex will host a Christmas family fun day this weekend with an elf workshop for craft activities.

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Trusting pet lamb slaughtered

Trusting pet lamb slaughtered

A ewe was brutally killed and skinned and another stolen: the anguished owner says they trusted people.

Dover TAP in force

Dover TAP in force

A driving restriction is in force on a key road this evening because of large numbers of lorries.

Terror suspects held for longer

Terror suspects held for longer

Anti-terrorism detectives have been been given an extra seven days to question two suspects stopped in Kent.

Eight more migrants found at sea

Eight more migrants found at sea

French coastguards picked up eight migrants in the Channel, totting up a total nine incidents in three days and involving 119 people.

'Pension deficit - we can cope'

'Pension deficit - we can cope'

A ferry operator has dismissed media claims that it is in trouble because of a pension shortfall. It offers a bigger picture of the finances.

Lokko: We let down manager and fans

Lokko: We let down manager and fans

Skipper Kevin Lokko says Dover need to go back to basics after admitting Saturday's display against Boreham Wood was unacceptable.

Major cargo terminal opens

Major cargo terminal opens

Yesterday saw the opening of a terminal as the latest progress in a major £250 million docklands redevelopment.

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Hole in wall crash - one arrest

Hole in wall crash - one arrest

One man has been arrested after a car collision that led to two injuries and caused a hole in a house's flank wall.

Pair arrested on terrorism charges

Pair arrested on terrorism charges

A man and woman have been arrested in Kent on suspicion of preparing to commit terrorism offences.

Overturned vehicle shuts road

Overturned vehicle shuts road

Drivers were brought to a standstill after a main road shut following an accident.

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Defeat leaves Hess at a loss

Defeat leaves Hess at a loss

Andy Hessenthaler said Dover's players looked bereft of confidence in the home defeat to Boreham Wood.

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Report: Woeful Whites well beaten

Report: Woeful Whites well beaten

More home misery for Dover as they are comfortably beaten by in-form Boreham Wood.

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Migrants: 19 more found

Migrants: 19 more found

A new find of migrants on small boats brings the figure up to more than 100 people in three days. This is the eighth incident in that time.

Lengthy ferry delays amid strikes and bad weather

Lengthy ferry delays amid strikes and bad weather

A cross-Channel operator is warning of holdups of up to 90 minutes on sailings due to bad weather and French strikes

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