The RNLI and coastguard rescued three people from 'immediate danger' after they were cut off by the rising tide.
Hundreds of people attended a Bubble Rush event, which saw them play in foam while supporting the Demelza children's hospice.
A second P&O ship has resumed services between Kent and Calais, after initially failing three safety inspections.
A screening of 50s film The Girl Can't Help It will launch a new, three-day music festival taking place in Kent.
An investigation has been launched into the theft of an expensive farming vehicle, which has now been returned to its rightful owner.
A bank has confirmed one of its town centre branches will close later this year after a fall in visits.
A long-standing Kent company has been granted a £138 million loan, which will help it create new job roles and invest in green technologies.
A 100-year-old former bus waiting room will open as a coffee bar, serving hot drinks in the day and wine and cocktails in the evening.
Hundreds of cars will be on display at a Classic Motor Show being held this month, where rock bank Toploader will perform.
An appeal has been launched after a man and a woman were allegedly assaulted in a town centre in the middle of the night.
An investigation and an appeal for witnesses have been launched after a man was allegedly assaulted in the street.
A plan to prevent homes repeatedly flooding will be put into action next month.
A record number of deficiencies were discovered on P&O Ferries' Pride of Kent during safety inspections.
A man suspected of stealing numerous items - including tools, a TV, copper piping and a camera - has appeared in court on burglary charges.
An 86-year-old man fears he will be stuck inside after he was ordered to remove his mobility scooter from his retirement development.
The Bishop of Dover has finally received her MBE, following a two year delay due to the pandemic.
A P&O ship which failed three safety checks has been cleared for sail after being reinspected by the coastguard.
Former Kent schoolgirl and Strictly Come Dancing winner Rose Ayling-Ellis won the Must See Moment at tonight's BAFTAs.
Eleven boats carrying asylum seekers were intercepted in the Channel yesterday by the Ministry of Defence.
A man is hoping to track down the child evacuee who stayed with his family during the Second World War.
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