A man was trapped between a fish and chip shop and a reversing lorry in Maidstone. He was filmed clutching his arm after trying to help a lorry make a turn in the road, which then reversed and trapped him against the wall.
The government announced that they were reviewing the use of medicinal cannabis after many high profile cases of children being denied the drug. Keilan was joined by Professor Alex Stevens, lecturer in Criminal Justice at the University of Kent, to discuss the extent to which cannabis should be legalised.
The family of a Canterbury cyclist who died after he was seriously injured in a country lane, have received a formal apology from police. Richard Jordan, a lecturer at Canterbury College, died in 2011 and now his wife Sue has been sent a letter, apologising about the handling of the case- Poppy Jeffery explains what took so long.
Pasha Khandaker describes the award as recognition for the British Bangladeshi catering industry. The industry has been hard hit with staff shortages, and his MBE is partly in recognition for his efforts to upskill workers.
Businesses in Maidstone say they're suffering from slow repairs to the Barming Sinkhole. But Kent County council says it will still take weeks before the road is fit to be re-opened.