Protesters gathered outside the Old Bailey ahead of the sentencing of the former police officer who murdered Sarah Everard.
Tributes have been paid after the death of a town councillor who fought to bring the High Speed train service to his town.
A mental health charity says it has received more calls for help since pandemic restrictions ended than it did during the height of lockdown.
A man who admitted killing a motorcyclist while driving dangerously has been locked up.
A road was closed for three hours while emergency services dealt with a four vehicle crash.
Manager Derek Hares has played down Deal Town’s promotion chances despite the club’s best start to a season in years.
On the 32nd anniversary of the IRA bombing, a man who survived the blast due to a late start recalls the events of that fatal day.
Singing and instrument sessions are back, having first been stopped by the pandemic shortly after they began.
A parish councillor has asked a planning committee not to allow more homes in an area where it is feared too many will be built.
A man has been charged after a Jaguar, Ford Ranger and a Mercedes Sprinter van, which contained tools valued at around £100,000, were stolen.
Police want to hear from anyone who witnessed a crash in which a motorcyclist suffered life-threatening injuries.
Three towns in the country have made it onto a list of the top UK destinations to buy a seaside holiday home.
A parish council has undergone a change of identity and altered its title to town to reflect its more urban setting and growing population.
Poetry was read out in a service, attended by mayors and an MP, honouring the Royal British Legion in its 100th year.
A controversial housing scheme which is opposed by town and parish councils is to be voted on by district planning members this week.
A memorial plaque has been unveiled for four American soldiers killed in an accidental explosion in Kent.
A head for a coal mining heritage centre, due to open in the spring, has just been hired.
A care provider has been heavily criticised for a second time by an ombudsman, after it failed to act on complaints about a woman's care.
A breast cancer charity fundraiser has urged women to get themselves checked following the death of singer Sarah Harding.
A grave with the centuries-old remains of about 40 people has been unearthed on a site where new homes are being built.
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