The new Jurassic Park film has been released this week, with millions expected to watch the blockbuster on the big screen. But how much of the franchise is actually scientifically plausible? We were joined by Darren Griffin, a dinosaur expert from the University of Kent, to talk a bit more about it.
More than 2,000 drivers have been caught speeding on the Sheppey Crossing in the last year. Average speed check cameras were switched on during May last year to help prevent major accidents. Despite that, an average of 167 drivers a month are still receiving speeding fines.
Areas around the River Medway and Central Margate have been found to be the biggest hotspots for antisocial crime in the county. That is according to latest figures from the Home Office for the month of April. Antisocial crimes include vandalism, street drinking and littering, but have you encountered any cases of this behaviour? We asked shoppers in Medway.
Knife crime in Kent is at an all time high. That is what findings from an exclusive figures have revealed. Last year saw in excess of 1,300 reported knife crime cases in the county, meaning the figures have more than doubled since 2012.
Residents and veterans across Kent have been remembering D-Day, the historic World War Two event, on its 74th anniversary. Allied soldiers landed on the beaches of normandy on this day back in 1944 and sparked Europe's liberation from Nazi occupation. We were joined by Professor Tim Luckhurst from the University of Kent to discuss the day’s significance.
A case review into the death of Sheppey baby Eli Cox has revealed that domestic abuse and neglect were recognised but never fully addressed. The five-month-old died in April 2016 as result of a serious brain injury. In November, Eli's mother Katherine Cox and her boyfriend Danny Shepherd were given a combined 21 years in prison for causing or allowing Eli's death.