More details of architects' proposals for a hub airport on the Goodwin Sands, six miles off Deal on the Kent Coast, are being revealed at a briefing in Calais today.
The firm behind proposals to build a Kent airport on the Goodwin Sands off the Deal coast have outlined their ideas to business leaders and the media in Calais.
Maritime engineers Beckett Rankine say the £39 billion four-runway airport would benefit millions of people in northern France and become a hub for Northern Europe.
The plan - one of several being considered in an ongoing government review into airport capacity - is opposed by the local MP and environmentalists.
The body of a woman has been found in the snow in Kent. The discovery was made early yesterday morning. From Deal, David Johns reports, talking to neighbour Ray Darrall.
Kent Police is appealing for the public's help to trace a woman from Deal who was reported missing four days ago.
Gemma Louise Bates, 31 from Cottington Lakes, Sholden in Deal has been missing since 16th January 2013. Police are concerned for her welfare.
She also has links to the Sussex area and a car registered to her has been spotted in Brighton. She is described as white, 5ft 11ins tall, with shoulder length straight brown hair, and was wearing dark blue jeans, black fingerless gloves with a skull and cross bone pattern and a black weather coat.
She also has several visible tattoos including stars on her right wrist and a ring on her middle, left finger. Her car is a dark blue Ford KA, registration number GJ04 UFC.
It was an annual tradition that began in the 1950s: the Royal Marines put on a pantomime at their barracks at Deal in Kent. But when they relocated to Portsmouth sixteen years ago, the Pantos stopped.
Now, former Marines still living in Deal have revived the idea - and "The Wizard Who's Odd" starts tonight. David Johns has been to see rehearsals and spoke to Wally Walters ("Royal Maureen"), Alan Upton ("Dorrity") and Brian Short (writer and director)
An annual tradition that began in the 1950s where the Royal Marines put on a pantomime at their barracks in Deal in Kent has been revived.
When the unit relocated to Portsmouth fifteen years ago, the panto ended. But now, ex-Marines still living in Deal have re-launched the panto. David Johns has been speaking to Brian Short and Alan Upton.
VIDEO: Fundraisers took the the Deal sea this morning, raising cash for Deal and Walmer Autistic Group, and research into a condition called POTS.
A man in his seventies has died in a road collision in Deal. Kent Police were called to the incident at the junction of Victoria Road and Marine Road at 11.40 this morning. The man, who has not been named, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Officers have spoken to a number of witnesses but still want to contact the driver of a long wheelbase transit-type van that was amongst vehicles in the area at the time. Anyone with information is urged to call Kent Police on 01622 798538.
Work is to start this month on a £10million sea defence project along the Kent coast.
The project hopes to reduce the risk of tidal flooding to more than 1,500 homes and businesses in Deal.
The Environment Agency will put up a 200m long rock barrier north of Sandown Castle. The rock will be delivered to the castle by barge from Norway.
The ambitious scheme also hopes to protect the Thanet Coast and Sandwich Bay Special Protection Area and Ramsar Site, the Sandwich Bay Special Area of Conservation; the railway line between Ramsgate and Dover in addition to historic monuments and listed buildings in North Deal.
Almost two thirds of secondary schools in Kent are now academies according to new government figures.
But primary schools are not taking up the new initative with just eight percent of schools making the change.
Nationally fifty four percent of secondary schools are already academies or are in the process of becoming academies.