Five migrant incidents at Dover in a week
Four groups of migrants have arrived by boat, one by lorry.

Appeal for CCTV after car vandalism spree
Residents with CCTV are asked to share it with police who are investigating a spate of car vandalism in a town.

Coastguard intercept migrants again
The coastguard helped Border Force officials intercept migrants heading for British shores for the third time in less than a week.

Town's favourites to switch on Deal Christmas Lights
Two high profile - but little - VIPs are in line to switch on a town's Christmas Lights.

Pound signs carved into cars in 'vandalism spree'
Pound signs were reportedly keyed into vehicles during a spate of car vandalism in a town last night.

Veteran told he's 'survived too long'
Thousands has been raised to help pay for the care of an RAF veteran after the NHS withdrew funding for his medical treatment.

Flight attendant jailed for causing death after 'falling asleep at wheel'
A woman, who drove from Scotland with just a 20 minute rest, has been jailed for causing the death of a lorry driver's wife

Bosses of a new leisure centre will start recruiting up to 30 new staff members next week ahead of its opening in February.
New leisure centre will bring 30 new jobs

Drug gangs exploiting school children
Up to 150 children in part of Kent are being pressurised to selling Class A drugs.

REVIEW: Show tells of the dangers of forgetting to remember
A former coastal railway station staged a major regional contribution to this weekend's Armistice centenary commemorations in shows over four days

JLS star posts selfie with 'stunning' Remembrance display
A popstar who found fame on X Factor has admired a Kent Remembrance display in a selfie shared with fans.

Knitted poppy goes on show at gallery
A gallery is displaying a knitted pixel art poppy, made from 1,568 squares to represent each day of the First World War

'PC hysteria'
A councillor has walked out of Labour in a race row.

Great War exhibition marks Armistice centenary
A council is putting on a two day exhibition to show how a town was affected by the Great War

Man's restraining order for harassing neighbours
A man who made threats to kill his neighbours has been warned he could end up in jail - and told he cannot go out in his garden at night.

Popular wedding venue to reopen under new management
Twenty new jobs will be created following the reopening of a popular Kent wedding venue this weekend.

Knuckle duster and stun gun found in raid
A knuckle duster and stun device were seized in a raid at an industrial estate by police and trading standards officers.

Honour for remarkable war hero
A school will unveil a statue for an ex-pupil and First World War soldier.

Man accused of sexual communication with school girl
A man is to go on trial next year accused of sexually communicating with a 12-year-old schoolgirl.

Trespasser halts trains service
A train service was delayed as a trespasser entered the line.

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