A mother and father whose cruelty to their baby resulted in him having both legs amputated have each been sent to prison for 10 years.
Catch up on all the latest news from across Kent. Our top stories this evening - Strikes are set to hit the University of Kent later this week, more controversy for UKIP in the county and could councils waive fees for street parties to celebrate this spring's Royal Wedding?
Staff at University of Kent have announced a month of strikes after plans for hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of cuts to pensions were revealed. The announcement at the Canterbury campus comes after both local MP Rosie Duffield and over two thousand students said they support the strike action.
Prime Minister Theresa May has admitted UK students face one of the most costly systems of tuition in the world. She's announced an independent review of higher education fees and student finance to see what should change. So are university fees to high? We asked shoppers in Rochester and students in Medway.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service has a new recruit - Buzz the dog. The cocker spaniel is going to be helping out with duties from finding casualties to checking areas are safe. He's being trained at the base in Maidstone.
Joining Keilan this week - making their debut for JE promotions at Make or Break at Mote Park - is super-middleweight Paul Brown, and super-featherweight Jack Raines alongside promoter Joe Elfidh. We've also got your best of the back pages, Team Talk teaser and football highlights.