Thousands of starlings are flocking together each day to put on a mesmerising performance.
Marches like the one in Canterbury are self-serving protests more for the people taking part than their causes, argues Harry Bell.
Detectives trying to establish the identity of a man found dead in a field three weeks ago have released a computer generated picture.
There was drama on the A2 as a Vauxhall Astra went up in flames near petrol pumps on filling station forecourt.
A speeding driver caught doing almost double the limit in a 50mph zone has been ticketed by police.
A theatre adaptation of the popular British film has proved a hit with audiences in Kent.
Police have confirmed that the driver of an Audi TT was killed in a crash on a dangerous stretch of road.
A popular regatta will not go ahead this year after organisers complained that bureaucracy and costs made the historic event "untenable".
A new homegrown theatre show invites the audience to think about getting dressed with dance, music, and the chance to stay and play.
The number of motorists caught behind the wheel with illegal substances in their system has gone up three fold in just 12 months.
Sir Julian Brazier has been lobbying government for extra cash for hospital services in east Kent.
Police have set-up a cordon after a woman was reportedly raped this morning.
The county is being battered by fierce gusts as Storm Doris sweeps across the country - with two bridges shut.
A woman seduced by a top London lawyer has called for a change in the law - to stop suitors using a fake name on Tinder.
Hospital staff warn decision will lead to longer A&E waiting times in other parts of Kent.
Archaeologists say Canterbury needs to keep the museum which tells the story of the city
Lid Dem leader Mike Dixey slams £17 million budget as "cuts, cuts and more cuts".
A 16-year-old boy, who went missing earlier this year, has been found safe and well.
More than 2,000 properties were left without electricity after a fault with an underground cable cut the supply.
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