Lewis Ludlow, a Rochester-based terror suspect accused of planning to carry out attacks on Oxford Street and Madame Tussauds has appeared in court. Our reporter Poppy Jeffrey went to Warren Wood Road where Mr Ludlow allegedly planned the attacks.
A Kent chef wants to set up a licensing scheme to stop restaurants in the county from receiving zero-star food hygiene ratings. Matthew Palmer from the Catering Authority Body has voiced his alarm at kitchen standards at some restaurants and believes the plans will cut down on the number of cases of food poisoning and joined us in the studio.
An NSPCC investigation has shown that Facebook or apps owned by the social media giant were used in more than half of online grooming cases in the county. It comes as it's been nine months since a new offence called Sexual Communication with a Child was entered into law.
A company in Maidstone has made one of the biggest trophies in motorsport. The four-foot tall piece of silverware is the creation of Bearstead's Aford Awards and is the biggest and most expensive they've ever made.
A breakout of Medway and Swale could put hundreds of children at risk across the country. That's according to experts who say the virus has been sighted in the U.K for the first time in 2 years. Some have speculated that a fall in vaccinations could be the cause of the spread.