Tributes have been paid to an 80-year-old man who died after being hit by a car.
Today marks the anniversary of a dramatic wartime explosion off the Kent coast, which led to a ship destroying a pier.
An ex-navy commander says the 'solution' to tackling the number of small boats crossing the Channel does not lie 'at sea'.
A 'public living room' designed to be a place where people can 'look out for each other' is opening in the county.
A derelict church destined to become 16 flats is back up at auction, and its price has been slashed in half.
A council-led, seafront housing development will cost £45million to build - £16.5million more than originally planned.
A primary school has issued a warning to parents over a 'sinister' video game character named Huggy Wuggy who sings about killing.
A policy to age assess young asylum seekers immediately after they arrive in Kent has been deemed unlawful.
A man wanted in connection with drug smuggling in Kent has been named in a new appeal to hunt down 12 fugitives.
A bench will be installed in a Kent park as part of a mental health initiative celebrating the launch of the new series of Ricky Gervais’ After Life.
Images of four men have been released by police as part of an investigation into shoplifting.
A businessman was banned from Facebook for nearly a week for 'inciting hatred' - over a post about his dislike of peas.
A paedophile who sexually abused two girls more than two decades ago is now behind bars.
Objections have been raised over the next stages of a controversial seaside housing project which includes plans for a new "coastal heritage park".
Emergency services were called to a seafront where three people needed rescuing after getting stuck in mud.
Police were called after three cars collided this morning, resulting in delays in the area.
An investigation has been launched after rocks with notes wrapped around them containing offensive language were used to smash windows at a care home.
Nine performances of a sold-out pantomime, performed by ex-Royal Marines, have been cancelled due to illness among the cast.
A ferry company says it is 'optimistic' the travel ban into France will be lifted soon, as other travel rules on testing change this weekend.
Emergency services were called out, and one person was treated by paramedics, when a blaze erupted at a set of homes for older people.
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