A bomb disposal team was called to the port of Dover after two vehicles containing what were believed to be decommissioned firearms were examined by the military. The drivers of the vehicle are being questioned by authorities. UK. 26th January 2012
A huge section of the famous white cliffs of Dover collapsed and crashed down onto a popular area for walkers. A rescue operation swung into gear as there were fears people may have been trapped under the fallen chalk. Dover, UK. 01/01/2011
The day the Government immigration cap came into force, TV personality Esther Rantzen visited the Dover immigration removal Centre, where failed asylum seekers, and foreign nationals who have served custodial sentenced in the UK await deportation.
Strong winds disrupted ferry crossings in the English Channel. SeaFrance is a ferry company based in France that operates ferry services between Calais, France, and Dover, England. Dover, UK. 12th September 2011
HRH Prince Michael of Kent attended the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain. The event took place at the Battle of Britain memorial park set atop the White cliffs between Folkestone and Dover. Folkestone, Kent, UK. 11/07/2010
Ahead of the England v France game, a huge figure depicting the head of England football manager Roy Hodgson superimposed onto the familiar statue of Christ the Redeemer has been installed atop the White cliffs of Dover.
Bomb disposal experts carried out a controlled explosion in Kingsdown, Kent of what was thought to be a World War II grenade. It was discovered by people walking on the popular beach, which is near a disused military firing range.
The Blessing of the Seas Ceremony is held annually in Margate to ensure the success of the year's fishing. It was conducted by The Bishop of Dover, RT Rev Trevor Willmott as well as the Archbishop Gregarios of Thyateria and Great Britain. 09/01/2011
NUJ members picketed the bail hearing for exiled Cameroon journalist Charles Atangana facing deportation from the UK back to torture and death in his home country. Later came good news that he had been granted six weeks bail. London, UK. 12/08/2010
Almost 65 years after the war ended a former WWII soldier from Monmouthshire. has finally received his medals. Former Captain Lancelot John Windridge was delighted to be able to finally wear his brand new medals this weekend.