A council needs to tackle the use of petrol cars and its biggest polluter – the town’s leisure centre – to meet net zero targets.
The introduction of parking fees at a village hall car park to deter parents using it at school times has “put children’s lives at risk”.
A transport meeting held over a controversial road closure was labelled a “sham” by angry residents after highways officers failed to show.
A garden therapy scheme that has helped scores of people recover from depression and anxiety is to close in a “devastating” blow.
A 184-acre solar farm has been approved by a government inspector who said he “respectfully” disagreed with opposition from a council and villagers.
A veteran MP and TV personality who served Kent for more than two decades is back on the campaign trail – but this time not for the Tories.
A man has been taken to hospital under a police escort after an incident at a police station.
Traffic at a busy junction is set to be disturbed for 14 weeks as a housing developer installs new lights as part of a 421-home development.
A talented young jockey died after his horse refused to jump, bolted into a fence, threw him off and then landed on him.
A new development of flats and retail space will give a nod to the site’s past when it opens after a major revamp.
A woman with terminal cancer has been granted one of her final wishes by a group of bikers.
A town at last has a permanent post office after being housed temporarily in a castle since 2022.
A council wants to borrow £350m as it embarks on a ‘massively ambitious’ spending programme.
A crash on the A2 is causing delays this morning after a car hit a barrier.
Police have got wind of a planned car meet in the county tonight – and have deployed powers to ensure it cannot take place.
An eagerly awaited multi-million pound scheme to help protect a town from flooding is set to finally get underway.
A man in his 30s died at the scene in the early hours after he was hit by a car.
This year marks the 80th anniversary of the Normandy landings and RBLI will be marking “the longest day.”
A farmer invited to “celebrate” the fourth anniversary of Brexit on GB News was “cut off” after insisting it had been a disaster for agriculture.
Nine days after having its first application refused, a care home provider is trying again.
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