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.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an 11-year-old boy was hit by a car on Folkestone Road in Dover.
He was hit on Tuesday 28th January just after 6pm.
He was taken to Kings College Hospital in London, but his injuries are not thought to be serious.
Anyone with information or who saw a group of boys playing in and around the road at that time are asked to call PC Mark Ellul on 01304 218110.
Plans have been unveiled to develop Dover's Western Docks, creating a possible six hundred new jobs. It's part of a regeneration project which includes the construction of a new cargo terminal.
The Government approved the development of the Western Docks two years ago. Proposals for achieving this have now been put forward.
Where do old ferries go on holiday? They go and get beached in Turkey! This is a famous old cross-channel ferry that clocked up millions of nautical miles going back and forth across the Channel for years.
In her heyday the ferry was called the Pride of Calais and ferried thousands of passengers to and from France for for 22 years. Then in 2012 it became the Spirit of Ostend running services from Ramsgate to the Belgium port.
This footage was filmed in November - but has only just been released on YouTube and has proved very popular with more than 600,000 views. The beach is actually a recycling yard for old ships.
There are delays of up to one hour on P&O Ferries betweern Dover and Calais due to adverse weather conditions.
Delays of up to three hours are expected on DFDS Seaways between Dover and Calais due to annual maintenance. Some sailings may be liable to disruption.
A Romanian lorry driver has been jailed for seven years at Canterbury Crown Court for attempting to smuggle 10 kilos of cocaine into Dover.
The drugs had an estimated street value of £675,000.
Ioan Ionce was stopped at the eastern docks in October as he headed to Sundridge in Kent with a load of stonework.
Border Force officers found a purpose-built concealment within the cab containing ten brown taped packages containing the drugs.
Two people have been jailed after smuggling in thousands of fake coins.
Almost 7,500 coins were found in Giuseppe Savoia and Norma Pitrolo suitcase last July when they arrived into Dover.
After Border Force officers caught the Italian nationals, their case was handed over to investigators who found the pair were part of a gang involved in defrauding casinos in London's West End.
They had been using the fake coins to play on gaming machines and then getting 'cash out' tickets, which were then exchanged for genuine banknotes.
The coins recovered from the casino were the same as those seized by Border Force in Dover.
The total amount of fake coins passed off by the gang is thought to be around £14,000.
Savoia and Pitrolo were found guilty of importation and forgery offences and sentences to 10 months each in prison.
Irresponsible dog owners and people who deliberately drop litter in Dover are being warned to keep our district clean or face a fine.
Dover District Council’s Environmental Enforcement Officers have issued 70 Fixed Penalty Notices from September to December 2013.
The new highly visible uniformed Environmental Enforcement Officers patrol the district seven days a week, and have powers to issue fixed penalties of £75 for littering and £50 for dog fouling.
– Cllr Nicholas Kenton, DDC Cabinet Member for Environment
We are very pleased at the success of the new Enforcement Officers. We are working with all our partners to continue to improve the environment, and the message is that we are clamping down on environmental crime, so pick up after your dog, and don’t drop litter.”
Due to earlier adverse weather conditons our Calais to Dover services are running with delays of approx 30 minutes. Please check in normal.
A 84 year old man from Whitfield, near Dover, is appealing for drivers to take more care with vulnerable road users. Bob Horn was knocked off his mobility scooter in a country lane and left for dead. Andrea Thomas reports.