Kent Police has renewed its appeal for information following a report of an assault in Ramsgate on Saturday 29th March.
At around 2:50pm, a 39 year-old man was reportedly attacked by another man in Ellington Park, off Ellington Road.
The victim suffered two black eyes and bruising and cuts to his face.
The man police wish to trace in connection with the incident had a dog with him at the time the incident took place. He is described as a male in his late 30s, with gingery-coloured hair.
Detectives investigating the incident are asking anyone who recognises the man pictured to contact them.
The man's dog is described as white, with beige-coloured patches and a beige tail and was on a linked chain-style lead. After the incident, the man walked away with the dog towards Park Road.
The same dog had been in the park around three hours earlier, being walked off its lead by a woman with long black curly hair who it is believed may be the ginger-haired man’s wife.
Live animal exports have resumed at Ramsgate - 18 months after they were banned by the local council.
Two lorries carrying sheep entered the Port this morning, greeted by protesters who oppose the transport of live animals to the continent. Exporters had switched operations to Dover but repairs to a berth there mean they have returned to Ramsgate for the time being.
The High Court has since ruled that the ban by Thanet Council was unlawful, meaning it will have to pay compensation to the exporters.
Two boys aged 14 and 15 were robbed of their phones and money in a Ramsgate street.
Police are appealing for information surrounding the robbery that happened at 7.40pm on King Street where the two boys were approached by two teenagers dressed in black.
The teenagers, aged between 16 and 17, asked the victims for the time and the boys got their phones out to look.
They were threatened to be beaten up if they did not hand over the money and phones.
Both victims handed over their phones and the two offenders then ran off down Belmont Street.
Anyone with information should call 01227 868278 quoting reference ZY/39545/13.
Work is about to begin to create a visitors centre at a historic church in Ramsgate. St Augustine's has been awarded eighty thousand pounds from the lottery. It's the first step in what could be a major boost for tourism in the area.
David Johns explains, speaking to the Most Rev. Peter Smith, Archbishop of Southwark; Conservative MP for Thanet South, Laura Sandys; and the great-great grandson of Pugin, Robert Pugin Purcell.
An iconic, gothic-style church in Kent could be in line for hundreds of thousands of pounds of Lottery cash. St Augustine's in Ramsgate was built by the renowned architect Augustus Pugin, who also designed Big Ben in London.
The Church wants to build a visitor centre honouring both Pugin and St Augustine, as David Johns now reports.
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A building appears to have collapsed onto the road in Ramsgate High Street. More to follow.
Ramsgate railway station has reopened after a bomb scare.
Workmen dicsovered an unexploded wartime bomb earlier this afternoon.
The discovery caused disruption on the trains and some delays are still in place