Italian pair jailed after Border Force staff at Port of Dover find cocaine worth £13millionA major drug-smuggling plot has been foiled in Kent after cocaine worth £13million was discovered.
Betteshanger Colliery project by Hadlow College to receive £2.5m to build Sustainable Energy Visitor Centre on site near DealProposals to put a tourist attraction in a former colliery are a step closer after receiving money from a government pot supporting coastal towns.
Canterbury men David Connor and Richard Bowler charged with killing P&O chef Alun Williams found wrapped in clingfilm in Dover flatTwo men have today been charged with killing a chef who was discovered wrapped in clingfilm in a flat.
The Deal Card loyalty scheme has been unveiled, benefiting customers, consumers and tourists shopping in Deal. With 55 days to go, the Deal Card has been unveiled to business owners hoping to keep people shopping locally.
Kingsdown Scout leader Peter Turner imprisoned for making and possessing indecent pictures of childrenMore than 2,500 indecent pictures of children being sexually abused were discovered on a Scout leader's computer. He was jailed this week.
Jail for respected Kingsdown Scout leader Peter Turner from St Margaret's near Dover after child sex abuse shame revealedA Scout leader highly respected by countless boys and girls is behind bars after his vile collection of 2,500 child abuse images was discovered.
Margate salesman Robbie Blythe spared jailed after admitting stealing £2,000 from vulnerable woman of 90 in DealA door-to-door salesman who took advantage of a kindly 90-year-old Alzheimer's sufferer by stealing £2,000 has been spared jail.
Vandals wreck goals at Deal Town Football Club Charles Ground in St Leonard's RoadGoals used by children players at Deal Town Football Club have been vandalised in yet another setback for the club.
Eighteen World War Two bombs have been found by two brothers from Walmer at Sandwich BayEighteen World War Two shells were found by two brothers at Sandwich Bay on Monday.
Drunken Eastry and Aylesham thugs attack innocent P&O Ferries passengers 'like animals' before Spirit of France docks at DoverYobs behaved "like animals" when they launched a vicious attack on a family enjoying a ferry crossing - including punching a boy in the face.
An apprenticeship deal has been signed at East Kent Railway in Shepherdswell that could lead to careers in the rail industry.A permanent apprenticeship deal has been struck at a former coal line, leading to lots of rail jobs.
RSPCA issues warning about dangerous dogs 'brought into Kent for illegal fighting rings' from eastern European countries through Port of DoverKiller dog breeds illegal in Britain are being brought into Kent by gangs for dangerous fights, the RSPCA has warned.
Four teenage boys from the Deal area have been arrested on suspicion of car thefts in Sandwich Kent Police has warned residents to ensure their cars are locked when unattended after a spate of break-ins.
After a fire in College Road on Saturday and Duke Street on Sunday, Deal Fire Station is urging people to take care with their electrical appliances.After a fire in College Road on Saturday and Duke Street on Sunday, Deal Fire Station is urging people to take care with their electrical appliances.
Deal girl Kerys Squire, 15, has won the title of Face of the Year 2014 and will compete in Disneyland Paris in October.Deal girl Kerys Squire, 15, has won the title of Teen Face of the Year 2014 and will compete in Disneyland Paris in October.
East Kent Against Fracking says applications should not be granted in flood-risk areasAn opposition group says fracking applications should not be granted in areas prone to flooding.
'I'm so proud of my brother' Max Ellis applies for a Blue Peter Badge for brother Jake after first-aid good deedGood Samaritan Jake Ellis could get a Blue Peter badge for brave first-aid good deed
Kent Fire and Rescue called out to a toaster fire at College Road, Deal.Kent Fire and Rescue were called out when a toaster set fire at a property in College Road, Deal.
Tip workers in Deal praised for saving pensioner?s life Anthony and Dolly Nichols are thanking tip workers at Deal for springing into action when Mr Nichols collapsed.
Tough new proposals could mean dogs will be kept on leads between Sandown and Walmer castlesDogs would have to be kept on leads between Sandown and Walmer castles if tough new proposals to combat dog fouling go ahead.
Article published on 18th January 2014
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