The nine people rescued are now safe on land. It is the latest in a series of attempts by migrants to cross the Channel to the UK via Kent.Read the full story ›
In the last week, 48 migrants have been caught trying to enter England from Iran.Read the full story ›
The group arrived at the harbour early on Tuesday morning on what is thought to be a fishing trawler stolen from France.Read the full story ›
Twenty handguns and drugs worth £7.5 million have been found in a lorry at the Port of DoverRead the full story ›
Eurotunnel says the delays are due to 'unprecedented temperatures' affecting the air conditioning on board its shuttles.Read the full story ›
A woman who attempted to bring cocaine worth nearly £150,000 into the UK through Dover, hidden in bottles, has been jailed.Read the full story ›
A man who stabbed a passer-by in a completely unprovoked attack in Kent has been jailed for six years.Read the full story ›
Patients in Dover say they are worried they won't be able to find a physiotherapist to treat them - as the owner of one of the only private clinics in the town has been threatened with deportation to India.
They've started a petition calling for him to be allowed to stay, which has already received hundreds of signatures.
Abigail Bracken's report includes interviews with physiotherapist, Satheesh Sankara Gounder; his patient David Ottley; and Dover's independent MP, Charlie Elphicke.
Freezing conditions have caused 24 hours of cross-channel travel chaos - which is set to continue into tonight.Read the full story ›
An 18 year old man, arrested at the port of Dover, following the Parsons Green terror attack is due in court.
An improvised explosive device injured 30 people on an underground train during rush hour last month.
Ahmed Hassan, an Iraqi asylum seeker, of Cavendish Road in Sunbury has been accused of attempted murder and using the chemical compound TATP to cause an explosion that was likely to endanger life.
He allegedly bought parts to make the improvised explosive device online and left the District Line train at Putney Bridge before the device partially detonated at the next station on 15th September.
Witnesses described how a fireball erupted inside the carriage, leaving 30 people injured, including one woman with serious burns.
The teenager, whose parents are understood to have been killed in Iraq, was in the foster care of Penelope and Ronald Jones, aged 71 and 88 respectively, who previously received MBEs for services to children and families.
Hassan will make his first Crown Court appearance before senior judge Mr Justice Haddon-Cave via video link from custody.