It's had Zulus and pirates. Now the Isle of Sheppey is staging its first Festival of the Sea with a mermaid and the return of its summer carnival.
A flood is reported to have closed off part of a town's High Street. Bus services are being diverted.
The roof and clock tower of an historic church gutted by fire have been rebuilt thanks to an £8m facelift.
Houses in an entire close could be moved from one town to another under planned boundary changes.
Michael Jackson tribute artist who began mining to his hero's songs in a youth club now has an arena tour of his own.
'It’s a lifesaver. Three years ago I didn’t need somewhere like this but now I do,' says pensioner about ground-breaking support bus project.
Tributes flood in as the former editor of the Thanet Extra, Canterbury Adscene, Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Times loses her battle with cancer.
Motorists face delays of up to an hour coming into Kent following a pile-up on the QE2 Dartford Crossing.
An academy is to invest £1.6m after inspectors found too many pupils felt unsafe and more than half failed to turn up to class.
Plumes of black smoke can be seen as four fire crews fight a caravan blaze.
The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning as temperatures continue to rise.
Sporting celebrities are descending on the Isle of Sheppey for a charity football match raising funds for the Oliver Fisher ward at Medway Hospital.
Three 'explorers' had to be rescued by the RNLI when they became trapped by a rising tide. Sailor, 72, also rescued from broken down yacht.
Six fire engines were called to a burning corn field as flames and smoke filled the air.
Rotarians devised this strange contraption at their beer festival to get more money to build temporary houses for the homeless in Ukraine.
A singer insisted on going on stage at a music festival despite having a suspected broken foot.
Seven miles of electrical cables, two miles of water pipes and its own control centre - the 21st Century campsite for 3,500 visiting Scouts.
Planes to be banned from flying over the wreck of the SS Richard Montgomery in the Thames Estuary on Grant Shapps' orders as 'bombs to be cleared'.
A sailing and camping adventure ended in tragedy when a boat capsized, drowning eight young boys along with a crew member.
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