You've sent us your pictures of the impact Storm Doris is having across the region.Read the full story ›
Two men have been arrested after a quantity of cocaine was found in Folkestone. The Community Policing Team said the drugs were found in a stop and search.
A woman who reported being in difficulty on the seafront near Wear Bay Road in Folkestone on Sunday afternoon has been found safe and well.
The woman had left the area safely but had not updated the emergency services.
Police in Kent say they've uncovered an extensive cannabis factory at a property near HytheRead the full story ›
Passenger and freight services through the Channel Tunnel were suspended earlier today because of a technical fault in the tunnel. Both Eurotunnel and Eurostar services were affected, while the tunnel was closed. Technical teams have now resolved the issue but passengers are warned of long delays. Lorries are facing a 90 minute wait for Check In and a further 4 1/2 hour wait on the Channel Tunnel Terminal.
We are still awaiting further information on the delays, we're sorry for the inconvenience.
Due to a Tunnel power supply problem our service is temporarily suspended. Technicians are on site to rectify the problems swiftly 1/2 ^LD
We estimate that the service will not resume before 17:00. We're offering customers transfer to a ferry; pls check-in to arrange this. ^LD
A man has been found dead in the back of a lorry which police believe may have come from France.
Officers from Kent Police were called to the incident on the A20 at Sellindge near Folkestone on Tuesday morning.
The South East Coast Ambulance was also deployed to the area.
An investigation is underway to identify the dead man and find out the cause of his death.
Two 16 year old boys and an 18 year old man have been questioned about a rape at a popular beach in KentRead the full story ›
Three teenage boys are being questioned after a woman was raped on a beach in KentRead the full story ›
Trains between Dover and Folkestone running again, as new sea wall and viaduct completed three months earlyRead the full story ›
The floods that swept through the centre of Folkestone twenty years ago, left devastation in their wake. Since then the Environment Agency has put in place a number of flood prevention measures to protect properties. A series of events is taking place this weekend to inform people living near streams and rivers of what action they can take when water levels rise. Tom Savvides has been speaking to shopkeeper Mary Constantine and Ian Nunn from the Environment Agency.