At only thirty-one years old, Sebastian Courts could become the world's youngest leader. The anti-EU Austrian People's Party candidate celebrated a victory in the general election last night. But what were you doing at thirty-one? We asked shoppers in Chatham.
Storm Ophelia might be hitting parts of the UK but today also marks thirty years since another devastating storm hit Kent. In 1987, the biggest storm in more than two hundred years struck the county killing 18 people. Scotney Castle was one of the National Trust's sites to be hit hard by the Great Storm where more than half of their trees were knocked down.
Austrian People's Party leader Sebastian Courts is on track to becoming the world's youngest leader at just thirty-one years old. He could soon become the next chancellor after his victory in the general election last night. But what would you like to be doing at thirty-one? How about run a country? We asked students from the Universities at Medway.
Six arrests have been made after the bomb squad was deployed to a block of flats in Chatham. It was part of an organised crime investigation... dozens of armed police were seen entering the building in the high street.
A new study has found river water in Kent to be some of the most polluted in the whole country. Research carried out by WWF found that more than half of Southern Water controlled river water was being polluted by sewage. Water companies have shrugged off the study calling it "inaccurate"