Protesters turned out as live animal exports resumed at the Port of Dover amid renewed calls for an end to the controversial trade.
A Surrey man has been jailed for five years after admitting heroin smuggling into Dover.
Four men who hid 13 million counterfeit cigarettes in freight loads presented as ice cream, and pizza have been sentenced to 15 years.
Two men are in custody after a stabbing inside a flat in Dover, Kent. It happened at 10pm last night in London Road. A 26-year-old man from Dover was taken to King's College Hospital in London to be treated for a stab injury, believed to have been caused by a knife, and has undergone surgery.
His condition is described as stable and not life threatening. A 28-year-old man from Dover and a 25-year-old man from Deal was arrested on suspicion of assault. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Kent Police on 101, giving reference 02-1672.
Two people have been injured in a large fire at house in Dover. Crews were called to Barton Road shortly before 9 o'clock this morning. Six fire engines went to the blaze and residents nearby were evacuated as a precaution, the cause of the fire is not yet known.
There is disruption on P&O Ferries between Dover and Calais due to technical problem.
The following sailings are cancelled: Dover - Calais 10:15, 14:45 and 19:15; and Calias - Dover 08:40, 13:25 and 17:55.
All other sailings on this route are running to schedule.
Disruption on P&O Ferries between Dover and Calais due to a technical problem.
Border Force officers at Dover have seized approximately 9 kilos of amphetamine, worth around £360,000.
Officers stopped and searched a Polish-registered car and found the drugs hidden within the chassis of the vehicle.
The case has now been passed on to the National Crime Agency for further investigation.
The two Polish occupants of the car have been bailed pending further enquiries.
Paul Morgan, Director of Border Force South East and Europe said, "Border Force officers are on constant alert to keep illegal drugs and other banned substances out of the UK.
The draw has been announced for the FA Cup 4th round fixtures. The matches will be played on the weekend on October 26/27.
Some of the tantalising draws include:
Ebbsfleet v Dartford
Dover Athletic v Oxford United
Chatham v St Albans
They are some of the rarest prehistoric gold ornaments ever found in Britain and they are now on display at the Dover Museum. The bronze age bracelets and armbands have been insured for £1 million.
Two men have been arrested at the Port of Dover in Kent on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.
The men - aged 29 and 22 years who are both British citizens - were stopped by Kent police under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act yesterday (16 September 2013) and subsequently arrested under the Terrorism Act 2000. A quantity of ammunition has been seized.
The men, who arrived from Calais, have been taken to a London police station where they remain in custody.
An investigation has been launched by the Metropolitan Police’s Counter Terrorism Command. Search warrants have been executed at an address in East London and in connection with two vehicles.
Border Force officers are investigating after they seized approximately 47 kilos of cocaine from a cargo ship at Dover on Sunday 8 September. The drugs are being examined but it's believed once cut and sold on the streets they could have had a potential value running into millions of pounds.
Officers from Border Force’s national deep rummage team found the drugs when they searched the hold of the MV Lady Korcula which was carrying bananas from Ecuador.
Two men, Carlos Aurelio Martinez Ponguillo and Fausto Humberto Flores Novoa, both from Ecuador appeared at Canterbury Magistrates Court on Tuesday, 10 September.
Both pleaded not guilty, were remanded in custody and will next appear at Canterbury Crown court on 30 September.
Video. Twenty-one years after the discovery of a buried Bronze Age boat in Kent, a half-size replica of the original has been lowered into Dover Harbour and rowed out into the Channel. The first time they tried it, it filled with water. So what happened this time? John Ryall reports.