Staff at a brexit lorry park could have to be redeployed amid ongoing delays to border controls.
The mystery over handwritten Polish signs put up across a town has been solved.
Twin brothers restoring a listed building into a Georgian-style bistro with a light-up pink bar are planning for a summer opening.
Officers have issued an e-fit of a man they want to interview after reports a woman walking along a footpath was grabbed.
A school has set up a one-of-a-kind sports club for young people with disabilities to teach them how to become athletes.
A man who demanded people's phones while carrying a weapon shaped like a 'barbeque fork' is being sought by police.
A second consultation has opened into controversial plans to build a new Aldi store on a main road.
Police are investigating after a shop was broken into in the early hours.
Lane closures are causing long tailbacks as work to replace a roundabout with traffic lights finally gets going.
A new cycling cafe made from shipping containers could open this summer as work on the site has started.
Ongoing reduction of cross-Channel capacity due to P&O Ferries disruption means motorway contraflow must remain in place.
A charity shop is selling all items, including wedding dresses and designer goods, for £1 in a permanent move to help with the rising cost of living.
Work to replace a roundabout with traffic lights has finally started after being pushed back twice.
Landlord Fergus Wilson has been ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of pounds to a council after he subjected employees to a 'decade of harassment'.
Former Kent schoolgirl and Strictly Come Dancing winner Rose Ayling-Ellis won the Must See Moment at tonight's BAFTAs.
A youth homelessness charity which has taken over a former B&B that appeared on Channel 4's 'Three in a Bed' has welcomed its first resident.
Part of the M20 was closed after heavy rain caused flooding.
The sudden appearance of a number of handwritten signs across a town has sparked interest among residents.
An inspirational girl with a life-limiting brain condition has been recognised by squash’s national governing body.
Hitman Gary Lockyer is still not quite the finished article, according to Ashford manager Tommy Warrilow.
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