People who suffer a mental health breakdown should never be locked up in a police cell, says a top official pressing for change.
A suicidal man who spent nearly two days behind bars has accused the NHS of using police officers as lackeys to deal with mental health cases.
Police are having to deploy more resources to deal with people travelling to the county to commit crimes, says a top official.
Two large 'portable storage buildings' caught fire, filling the sky with huge plumes of smoke.
Businesses that use vending machines are facing several major currency changes within 18 months.
Experts say victims of illegal money lending can face eviction and be pushed to the brink of suicide.
A former rough sleeper has given a shocking insight into what life is like for homeless people in Kent.
Volunteers have been inundated with donations after launching an appeal to give useful items to people sleeping on the streets.
The drugalyser is the latest weapon being used to catch people who get behind the wheel while under the influence of illegal or dangerous substances.
Some streets could be forced to close unless urgent road surface repairs are carried out, a councillor has warned.
A startling video showing two school boys fighting on the ground while being egged on by other pupils has been posted online.
Two bus stops are to be scrapped and replaced with parking and loading bays in preparation for a major regeneration project.
One man, 210 miles, 24 hours, all for one very worthy cause.
A 16-year-old who is not old enough to hold a driving licence made it through to the final of a national competition.
A reading group has been set up to help people battling a brain disorder that affects around 850,000 people in the UK.
A fashionista is offering a complimentary consultancy session to celebrate winning a national award.
Thousands raised during 1,300km charity drive in a banger worth no more than £200 to help people with profound disabilities.
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