He has learnt a happier way of living since experiencing dark times and is sharing his findings.
More than a dozen arrests have been made and uninsured e scooters have been seized as police target individuals involved in anti-social behaviour.
Drone pictures show scores of small crafts amassed at a storage facility after being intercepted making the crossing from France.
A normal annual service marked the centenary but a 'full scale re-dedication' will happen in 2022
People making a stand against Covid vaccines left onlookers perplexed wondering why they chose to hold their gathering in the quietest part of Deal.
The return of Regatta Week activities has brought 'so much joy' to those taking part and watching, having missed the spectacular last year.
Boilers could be converted at two new homes developments to help a council reach its zero carbon target, reducing bills for tenants.
We missed it last year and now Music4Martha is back with a packed line-up in aid of a Kent care charity.
Images of a new multi-million pound park which could be created in honour of Dame Vera Lynn on the White Cliffs of Dover have been revealed.
A rural pub is welcoming guests again, three years after being gutted by a blaze.
Pub regulars will raise a toast to their beloved landlady at a celebration of her life later today.
A company deliberately set a lounge and bedroom alight to show the importance of flame retardant cladding.
Four schools in Kent will receive millions of pounds in funding as part of a major rebuilding programme set out by the government.
Regatta week is back with a bang in Deal after last year's spectacular was cancelled.
History will come alive in streets once occupied by smugglers thanks to a new partnership with a heritage and theatre group.
As the number of asylum seekers to cross the Channel reached record highs, our reporter watched the latest arrivals and gives his take on the crisis.
A woman is taking these mesmerising pictures of women in the sea as part of a digital project for Instagram.
Two Kent MPs are facing a one-day suspension for interfering with a trial.
The heatwave has brought more suspected asylum seekers to Kent's shores before thunderstorms hit.
Hundreds of people made the dangerous journey across the English Channel in small boats to reach Kent.
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