You could now have your post-Brexit passport made in France. The French-Dutch company, Gemalto has been awarded the £5million contract. We asked shoppers in Rochester about the potential changes to production
According to new research by the University of Essex and University College London, using social media too often can cause unhappiness. The research says that 10-year-old girls who use social networks are more likely to suffer emotional problems than their peers. It also says girls use apps like Facebook and Instagram more often than boys. But does social media affect our well-being? We asked shoppers in Rochester.
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.
Health services in Kent have been marking National No Smoking day. Quitting rates in the country are at a record high in the past ten years -- but almost 20% of adults in Medway still smoke. So do you think more should be done to help people stop smoking? And why do you think it can be so hard to quit? We asked shoppers in Rochester.
Hundreds of pothole compensation claims from motorists have been rejected by Kent County Council. The authority is using a legal loophole that allows it to dismiss claims made by drivers whose cars have been damaged if the roads are scheduled for repair.
An 11 year-old boy from Gillingham has been nominated for a Pride of Medway Award after helping stranded drivers during last week's snow chaos. Drew Stanton and his mum Fiona Stanton-Wharmby joined us in the studio to tell us how he chose to direct traffic instead of sledging or having snow ball fights with his friends.