Planning committee members have voted through divisive plans for an eyesore site owned by the council.
A government inspector has ordered district planners to build even more houses on top of the 15,600 target.
East Kent's health trust has been ordered to cut patient A&E waiting times and a spiraling £37million deficit.
A woman was trapped in the wreckage of her car this morning after a smash on an accident blackspot.
A chief of a trust which runs five hospitals in east Kent has spoken of tough decisions ahead as it faces a near £40m deficit.
Motorists given a parking fine even though they had displayed a ticket - facing downwards - may get refunds in one part of Kent.
Almost half of the workforce at a Kent hospital trust have reported bullying.
A government inspector has heard impassioned pleas for a new Canterbury ring-road system.
Developers proposing thousands of homes in a historic city have been slammed at a government inquiry by furious residents.
Open space to be provided as part of the 67-acre former army site redevelopment which will include 500 new homes.
Demonstrators have gathered to oppose plans to house teenage asylum seekers near a primary school and nursery.
New laws allowing a city council to restrict student housing in residential areas may yet be enacted.
A hospital has repeated the mistake that led to the death of a much-loved grandfather in recent weeks, despite new measures in place.
A corn field was destroyed in a blaze near in a small village that has now seen four fires this month.
A hospital has apologised "unreservedly" after a grandfather died when a nurse wrongly inserted a feeding tube and pumped food into his lung.
East Kent's health trust boss says the outcome of a government inspection is impossible to predict.
Properties obliterated in a city centre blaze will be rebuilt using the same construction method.
A grieving dog owner has spoken of his shock after a council told him to dig up his beloved pooch he buried in his garden.
A girls' secondary has unveiled proposals for a new school after securing government funding.
KCC bosses admit a school controversially closed due to falling numbers could be resurrected.