Enough food for more than 600 million meals is wasted every year according to Kent food charity FareShare. Last year the charity collected more than 13,500 tonnes of surplus food which went to feed hungry families across the UK. We asked shoppers in Rochester if they think we're too wasteful in this country.
More than a million pets are expected to make the journey from Folkestone to France this year. Eurotunnel says increasing numbers have been travelling, with 10% of all cars having animals in them.
KMTV's Charity of the Year MCCH revealed that more than half of the victims of disability hate crime didn't report them to the police. The charity is raising awareness of hate crime against those with autism and learning disabilities, at a time when it's thought most of these incidents aren't reported. To talk a bit more about this we were joined by Laura Goudge from MCCH.
Demonstrators protested about EU fishing regulations, leading to a tense clash with a pro-EU demonstration. The former UKIP leader, Nigel Farage, was involved in the fishermen's protest in Whitstable.
Catch up with the latest news from across Kent, including how the new sugar tax could damage Kent's pubs, plus a fishermen's protest attended by Nigel Farage. We've also got your latest sport LIVE from the Spitfire Ground ahead of Kent's upcoming season.
Landlords in Kent are worried more pubs will have to close as a result of the sugar tax being introduced. The levy was brought in by the government on sugary drinks to try to improve our health, but some pub owners are already feeling the impacts as popular beverages become more expensive.