Neighbours in a busy area have slammed plans for a new block of flats for its lack of parking spaces.
Tributes have been paid following the death of an "iconic" ex-mayor who was a member of a town council for nearly 40 years.
Two women have raised £19,000 in a five-day trek in the Middle East, enduring temperatures of up to 41C.
Local actors are among 10 groups in the country chosen to take part in a National Theatre event.
A woman moved by the death of PCSO Julia James has set up a special day of events in her memory.
A man forced to sell his £5m Kent property to an unsanctioned Russian bank fears the proceeds could help fund attacks on Ukraine.
A worker stole nearly £5,000 from his firm by fraudulently using his works fuel card and letting others fill up.
Community groups can from now until June apply for sums from a £260,000 pot in a special council fund.
A total of 41 people in small boats were detected in the Channel by UK authorities yesterday and another 20 were stopped by the French.
A schoolgirl has given £250 she won in a competition to the centre that gave her neurosurgery.
A detectorist couple dug up medieval gold coins worth up to £15,000.
Nearly all asked in a local consultation, have demanded a return of phlebotomy services to their town hospital.
Two boys aged 14 and 15 are in custody after two other teenagers were stabbed in a town centre and taken to hospital.
A seafront and harbour regatta is back for the first time since 2019 after the end of pandemic restrictions.
A community centre, financially struck by pandemic restrictions, is finding its feet again following a £1,000 grant.
Water buffaloes have been brought onto open land to help keep ditches clear, a task that usually needs machinery.
The business world in Kent has lost a property developer who has died in his 90s.
A man suspected of providing vessels for people smuggling has been detained and may be extradited.
Two foreign workers say they were dismissed by P&O Ferries because of limited skills in English.
Statistics show unemployment falling back to the levels before coronavirus and in some cases going down even lower.
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