Today is National poetry day -The occasion is a chance to celebrate not only the art of poetry but also regional dialects and words. The Dictionary of the Kentish Dialect has recorded many of the county's colourful and forgotten terms. We talk to Dr David Hornsby from the University of Kent who specialises in Linguistics and the way language evolves.
The stacks were brought down using controlled explosions at the site of the former coal and biomass station this morning. Crowds gathered on the Gravesend side of the river Thames to watch the towering structures dramatically fall to earth.
It'll cost more than £70 million if given the go-ahead, will change the face of Tunbridge Wells and has been called the most debated issue in the town in recent decades. And now, in the latest development, proposals for a new office space and a 1200 seat theatre bordering the Calverley Grounds park have been debated between councillors and members of the public.
The controlled demolition was seen from Gravesend this morning
A courageous woman has spoken exclusively to KMTV of the torment of abuse she suffered for more than a decade.