An art exhibition with a difference has opened in Kent. Wendy Dawes has created work that is especially absorbing to the visually impaired. Pieces include some hanging eyes, tactile pictures and gold leaf retina scans.
This summer was the "greenest" on record according to the National Grid with more than half of British electricity coming from low carbon sources. Could that also mean that our food sources can become greener too? A dairy farm in Wrotham claims to produce the country's first carbon-neutral cheese.
One of the fastest boats in history took to Bewl Water. The Bluebird K3 boat set a water speed record of 130 miles per hour almost 80 years ago. After extensive restoration, the British boating icon set out for a number of test runs on the Tunbridge Wells reservoir.
Campaigners who are hoping to turn the Leas Pavilion into a community hub have raised more than 10 thousand pounds towards their cause. It comes as the historic venue which was built in 1902 was listed by the Victorian Society as one of the UK's most endangered buildings.
Councils across the county are spending hundreds of thousands of pounds clearing up fly tipped rubbish. More than £320,000 was spent clearing up more than thousand different incidents in the last year.
Medway's theatre scene could be set for a boost after the Brook theatre in Chatham's undergone a £415k renovation from public money. The project which has been funded by the council saw the exterior of the building refurbished for almost a year. The council hopes it will help bring more tourism to Medway and boost it as a cultural hub for the area. However one councillor says that cash could be spent elsewhere.