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Dog park can stay despite objections

Dog park can stay despite objections

Owners of a dog walking park have spoken of their relief after it was finally given planning permission.

Cugs: Striker Smith can play even better

Cugs: Striker Smith can play even better

There is more to come from hitman David Smith, according to Folkestone Invicta manager Neil Cugley.

Future of 'vital' town sprucer project at risk

Future of 'vital' town sprucer project at risk

Two 'vital' community projects - including one which keeps a town tidy - are at risk of closing if a new leader is not found.

Toddler's alleged killer 'found her slumped' near stairs

Toddler's alleged killer 'found her slumped' near stairs

A careworker accused of killing a toddler after she refused to eat her lunch told a jury he found her slumped near stairs after hearing two thuds.

Team of the week

Team of the week

Find out who's in KentOnline's team of the week and vote for your star man.

Queues for up to 10 hours and 'absolute carnage' at Eurotunnel terminal

Queues for up to 10 hours and 'absolute carnage' at Eurotunnel terminal

Holidaymakers were stuck in traffic for hours due to power problems at the Channel Tunnel yesterday, and delays are still expected today.

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Severe delays on M20 due to problems at Eurotunnel

Severe delays on M20 due to problems at Eurotunnel

Technical problems at the Channel Tunnel which have disrupted crossings are causing long delays for motorists on the M20.

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Two arrested in police crackdown

Two arrested in police crackdown

Two suspects were arrested and drugs were seized during a police operation to deter violent crime.

Photographer receives apology and damages over unlawful arrest

Photographer receives apology and damages over unlawful arrest

A man has received an apology from Kent Police after he was unlawfully arrested, held and fined for carrying out his work as a photographer.

Pints and prejudice? Farage at Large... in Spoons

Pints and prejudice? Farage at Large... in Spoons

We joined Nigel Farage and controversial historian David Starkey for 'Farage at Large', live from a Kent Wetherspoon.

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Folkestone's goalkeeping dilemma

Folkestone's goalkeeping dilemma

Neil Cugley plans to consult with his coaching staff at Folkestone over his goalkeeping dilemma.

Nixon crowned as championship battle goes down to final lap

Nixon crowned as championship battle goes down to final lap

Folkestone rider Jack Nixon held his nerve to grab a national title in dramatic fashion.

Cugs: I have never seen anything quite like it!

Cugs: I have never seen anything quite like it!

Neil Cugley is not sure if he has seen anything quite like Folkestone’s remarkable comeback in their FA Cup extra-time defeat to Eastleigh on Tuesday.

FA Cup replay match report: 10-man Invicta suffer extra-time heartache

FA Cup replay match report: 10-man Invicta suffer extra-time heartache

Folkestone suffered an extra-time defeat to Eastleigh despite an heroic display from their 10 men during the thrilling tie on Tuesday night.

Actor Jude Law spotted on seafront

Actor Jude Law spotted on seafront

Hollywood actor Jude Law visited the seaside today to greet a puppet representing a child refugee as she took her first steps in the UK.

'Online trolls can be unmasked'

'Online trolls can be unmasked'

An MP, speaking in the aftermath of the David Amess killing, says those who send abusive messages anonymously can be tracked down.

Little Amal coming to town

Little Amal coming to town

A giant puppet symbolising a child refugee will visit the first of three East Kent locations today.

Cugs: Folkestone are ready for FA Cup replay against Eastleigh

Cugs: Folkestone are ready for FA Cup replay against Eastleigh

Boss Neil Cugley insists Folkestone are ready to go again as they look to cause an upset against National League Eastleigh in their FA Cup replay.

New café and bakery giving young people a chance

New café and bakery giving young people a chance

Young adults with learning disabilities have opened a new business where they can gain the skills needed to move from education to employment.

Thousands hit by power cut

Thousands hit by power cut

It is believed a fault on the underground network is responsible for a power outage which has affected several thousand properties.

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