A man and woman have been treated in hospital. A 36 year old woman remains in custodyRead the full story ›
The family of a 90 year old pedestrian, who died after being involved in a collision with a motorbike, have said he was 'very much loved'.Read the full story ›
Tributes have been paid to a motorcyclist who died in a crash in Ramsgate.
Brett Appleyard who was 24 was involved in a collision with a car in Stirling Way last Friday night - he died at the scene.
Police are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the collision.
"Brett will be terribly missed by everyone who knew him. He will always be my beautiful boy and the bestest big brother ever to his sister Casey. To his partner Lottie, who is mum to his unborn child, he was and still is her heart and her world.
"Brett was so very caring, loving and funny. He was pure energy. He loved to laugh and make others laugh too. He loved his family and friends very much and anything with an engine. He also loved fishing.
"He was so excited that he was becoming a dad in February and loved his baby so much that he was fit to burst. I’m so happy that he had been with Lottie for the scan that day, as he was beside himself with happiness.
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank the police and the paramedics who were there that awful night. They were all totally amazing and we are so grateful to them for trying so very hard and for being there for us."
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Live animal exports resumed today from Ramsgate despite demonstrations from activists.
It is the first time since last November that live animals have been transported though the port.
Animal campaigners temporarily blocked lorries en route to the Continent.
Thanet District Council says it's a legal trade and more exports are expected between now and the autumn.
Derek spoke to Reg Bell from Kent Action Against Live Exports, Frank Langrish from the National Farmers Union and Ian Birchall from Kent Action Against Live Exports.
Plans to bring a giant waterslide to the streets of Ramsgate today have been cancelled at the last minute due to a row over paymentRead the full story ›
An investigation is underway after part of a balcony collapsed on a residential street in Ramsgate.
The iron structure partially came away from the first floor of a property and ended up overhanging a walkway below before firefighters made the scene safe.
Firefighters were called to Augusta Road just after 9.30 this morning.
“Using a height vehicle as a crane, crews were able to remove the section of balcony and lower it to a safe location.
“The building was made safe and duty of care was handed over to the owner of the building.
“The cause of the balcony collapse isn’t known and there were no reported injuries.”
Shocking footage has been released showing a man deliberately scratching or 'keying' a series of cars on a quiet residential street in Ramsgate at 4am in the morning.
Now one of the owners of those cars has come forward, to help identify the vandal, that has left the owners with bills totalling thousands of pounds.
Evidence collected by neighbours shows that the crime spree ran between St Luke's Avenue and Thanet Road, where neighbours woke up on Saturday morning to find that their cars had been damaged.
As Tony Green reports.
Tony spoke to Mandy Pearce and Steve Waters who are both victims of crime.
Two men involved in dealing drugs in Thanet have been jailed.
Shaquille Walters and Alan Da Silva both 21 years old were sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court after pleading guilty to being concerned in the supply of class A drugs as well as possessing a knife.
No drugs were found when the pair were arrested, however, evidence from their mobile phones confirmed they were involved in drug dealing.
Although no drugs were found, it was clear from the other evidence we found that Walters and Da Silva were involved in supplying drugs. They were contributing to an illegal trade which is not welcome in Thanet, and Kent Police will continue to work to bring down those who try to bring drugs to the area.
A man is due before Canterbury magistrates charged with committing a rape and an assault after an incident in Ramsgate.
The attack is reported to have happened near Sion Hill in the early hours of Friday 30th September. Kent Police charged 33-year-old Ashraf Miah, of no fixed address, on Friday 4th November.
Hundreds of sailors compete in Ramsgate's regatta, at the start of Ramsgate WeekRead the full story ›