It is a year to go until Britain leaves the EU and all this week we will be looking at how Brexit could affect Kent and what still needs to be done before the 29th of March 2019. The government decided to extend Common Fisheries Policy till after Brexit, regulations which control the amount of catch and vessels' access to the sea. Cameron Tucker went to Ramsgate to find out more about the implications of the Common Fisheries Policy and the impact leaving will have on a trade.
Kent's roads could soon be a bit greener as KCC have become the second local authority in the UK to host an electric bus trial. The Kent OppCharge Scheme will run between Dartford and Bluewater until the beginning of May. But while local officials believe this will reduce emissions, it's still not been revealed how much it will cost if rolled out across the county or which routes will be taken.
Today's deadline day for companies applying to take on Kent's rail franchise for the next ten years.
It comes after Southeastern, which currently runs trains in the county, was voted the second worst rail operator by passengers.
Transport campaigner James Willis joined us in the studio to tell us more.
Chris chats about what's stopping employers taking on more apprentices as part of National Apprenticeship Week, and the largest farmer-owned agricultural business shows in the UK - Agri Expo - which took place in Kent today.
Thousands of visitors have descended on the Kent County Showground for the annual Agri-Expo. The event is one of the largest and fastest growing agricultural business shows in the country, with exhibitors getting the chance to promote changes in technology and education in the industry.