Dover News

Friday, November 17, 2017

Traian Soare, 51, was jailed for two years on Friday

The memorial is proposed to feature the names of all 1.7 million Commonwealth men and women who died in the two world wars

The majority of the homes were delivered in Dartford and Maidstone

His question to Theresa May came at almost exactly the same time as the government announcing it had pulled plans for a £250m lorry park at Stanford West

Works include resurfacing, replacing timber seating and concrete repairs

The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee said HMRC does not yet have the funding to increase capacity of Customs Declaration Service

The district council has today launched a month-long consultation into the plans

You can hand in illegally held weapons without risk of prosecution at a host of police stations around county

Mr Elphicke remains unaware of the claims against him, after the whip was withdrawn last Friday, and denies any wrongdoing

County Hall has defended the decision, insisting it is legal, ethical and generates a good return

The find was made by the team working on the Port of Dover’s Western Docks Revival project

Some £600,000 was raised in a bid to fund lifesaving chemotherapy in New York

Mr Elphicke has denied any wrongdoing and said the media had been informed of the suspension before he had

The Moon will appear larger and brighter - and is best viewed as it rises at sun down

Operator Camelot made the announcement on Thursday

KCC is launching an awareness campaign throughout November

The council said money it receives for so-called care leavers is “wholly insufficient”

The retail and leisure complex is set to open early next year

The weapons were found in a toilet bin on Saturday

Many areas across the county have a history of spooky sighting

Farmers are making the most of the staggeringly short season

Drivers are advised to allow extra time and consider alternative routes if possible

KCC grits over 2,500 miles of the county’s roads

The Ministry of Justice announced a £3m investment to improve safety in jails earlier this week

The Dover MP described the proposed investment as “responsible, no-regrets spending”

Sniper Jac Holmes died on Monday after battling against the extremist group since January 2015

The works are expected to last up to three weeks from Monday, October 30

The Unite union claims working conditions have deteriorated since DHL Tradeteam took over the contract for the delivery of Carlsberg’s products earlier this month

KCC also had to shell out some £184,178 in compensation over the last year

Disruption is expected to last through the evening rush hour

The bell was presented to the Corporation of Dover in 1918 by the King of the Belgians

Matthew Balfour said he would write to transport secretary Chris Grayling

A final decision is expected to be made by Christmas

Strong winds could impact driving conditions

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