Police have released CCTV images of two men they want to speak to in connection with the incidents Comments (0) POLICE are investigating after bogus callers claiming to be from the “water board” struck 11 times in East Kent this week. The incidents began on Monday March 23, with the most recent in York Terrace, Birchington and Marine Parade, Whitstable, yesterday …Read More »
Police hunt for distraction thieves after they target homes in Faversham, Whitstable, Canterbury, Ashford, Deal and Birchington
Bogus callers have been targeting elderly residents across the county, tricking their way into their homes so they can steal from them. CCTV has now been released of the two men who claim to be from the water-board, telling the victim there was a leak along the road and that they need to enter the property to turn off the …Read More »
Comments (0) Police are investigating 11 bogus caller incidents in east Kent that have been committed since Monday, March 23. The latest incident occurred on Thursday, March 26 in Marine Parade, Whitstable at 11.20 am and in York Terrace, Birchington a short time later. It follows similar incidents earlier in the week in Ashford, Deal, St Margaret’s, Martin Mill, Wingham and …Read More »
The paper driving licence will be scrapped Comments (0) The DVLA is to phase out the paper part of the driving licence in a matter of months as the government continues its digitally focused push. Motorists currently keep two parts of their licence, the plastic ID card, and the paper counterpart used to record endorsements and penalty points. But the latter …Read More »
Dear All, As you may be aware, there has been a vigorous campaign by the Save Manston group to buy the Manston Site. Not with their own money, obviously. Many of us believe that plans for a compulsory purchase order (CPO) of the site will be costly in the short term – £80K already just to explore the legality of …Read More »
Noise? What Noise?
More needs to be done to monitor noise created by airplanes at Manston airport, Thanet council officers have admitted after a grilling by councillors.
During the meeting of the Airport Working Party last Wednesday, members quizzed council officials on what had been done to make sure Manston airport operator Infratil sticks to the conditions of its planning agreement, a Section 106, with the council. Labour councillor David Green said he did not think the monitoring was sufficiently independent or transparent, adding:Read More »