Donations have started pouring in towards a wheelchair appeal for a toddler with a rare disease.
Two town councils in a week have formally opposed dredging the offshore sands to make way for a port redevelopment.
Unexploded ammunition, believed to be from the Second World War, was discovered on a beach.
A car, unbelievably parked on railway tracks and straddling a live wire, caused disruption to train services
The bells rang out again at a Kent church as the congregation gave thanks for the completion of its tower roof repairs.
A grandmother is calling for help to make the most of a toddler's "precious years".
Planning for Macmillan's World’s Biggest Coffee Mornings are well underway across Deal and Dover - Here’s our roundup of events starting today
A decision to close a district council help desk is to be reviewed by councillors.
The county council's transport policy means an autistic boy's 30 minute school journey takes him up to two hours
Cllr Paul Watkins will retire as leader of Dover District Council next Saturday.
TV crews have descended on a Kent town today for the filming of a new seven-part drama.
A heroic dog is in the running to turn on a Kent town's Christmas lights after he sniffed out a missing hound during a walk.
More than a hundred stalls were pitched on the High Street with holders selling their pre-loved goods at Deal Braderie
Two Normandy veterans, Richard Samson and Stanley Elliss were presented with the Légion d’honneur for their action in the D-Day landings of 1944.
Patrons at a town centre pub had to leave the building after a fire broke out.
The Martha Trust has teamed up with former Kent cricketer John Shepherd for the third year running to host a fundraising golf day at Princes Golf Club
A community growing project has harvested a bumper crop of hops and today brewing begins creating Deal's own beer - Hopping Mad
A Royal British Legion club could be saved from closure after a potential investor and business professional stepped forward.
A study has revealed parts of Deal suffer worse air pollution than areas of central London.
A Kent town and its landmarks were unmissable in the opening episode of new television drama Liar.
A documentary showing the vital work a Kent cafe is doing to help people tackle grief will air on television tonight.
A six-part thriller filmed in Deal and made by the same people behind hit TV shows Broadchurch, The Living and the Dead and Poldark, airs tonight
This weekend offers a rare chance to explore historic monuments and sites across Deal, Dover and Sandwich – and all for free.
The first hop harvest of a community growing project is due and they're all set to produce Deal’s very own beer
Outrage from parents regarding the withdrawal of a key after-school bus service has led Stagecoach to go back on its decision.
A blast from the past will be enjoyed when vintage buses return to our streets for the second East Kent 100 bus rally on Saturday
From academic achievements to engineering accolades and new facilities, Kent College offers students an outstanding school life.
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There's no uniform or bells and students and staff are on first name terms. School life at Rochester Independent College is unique.
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