Huge numbers of young people are not finishing apprenticeships in Kent as the government chases “sexy” targets for those starting courses.
The upcoming apprenticeship levy is unfair on businesses and a “blunt instrument” which many firms do not understand, according to business leaders.
The number of motorists caught behind the wheel with illegal substances in their system has gone up three fold in just 12 months.
Motorists faced huge disruption as one of Kent’s busiest highways was shut due to Storm Doris.
Two teenagers are in hospital - one in a life-threatening condition - and two arrests have been made after a serious crash near a Kent town.
More people have been caught getting behind the wheel while disqualified in the first eight weeks of the year than the whole of 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Firefighters are dealing with a fire in a storage barn this afternoon.
A new online application has been launched to help tackle the blight of criminal damage to the county's most important monuments.
A weather warning has been issued for winds of up to 70mph as Storm Doris heads for Kent.
At least 11 trains will not be running during peak hours as staff take the latest round of industrial action.
Two MPs have jointly written to Arriva over a growing number of complaints about poor service from the bus company.
People living in parts of Kent have to wait more than nine months for answers after the unexpected death of a loved one due to a delay in inquests.
Tickets have gone on sale for Maidstone and Tonbridge-based band Slaves' date at Dreamland this summer.
Police in Kent have registered one of the biggest increases in the number of 'abandoned' emergency calls.
The estranged partner of a mum-of-12 dubbed the 'Queen of Benefits' has admitted stealing cash from meters at car parks.
Plot your path through the 60,000 snowdrop bulbs at one of the county's most immaculate gardens.
The county is set for a glorious start to the week - but it's likely to be a one-day wonder.
Kent's High Sheriff has welcomed the Prime Minister's announcement of a shake-up in the law surrounding domestic abuse.
A children’s charity has criticised the lack of prosecutions of an illegal practice that leaves girls with lasting physical and emotional scars.
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