Young adults with learning disabilities have opened a new business where they can gain the skills needed to move from education to employment.
It is believed a fault on the underground network is responsible for a power outage which has affected several thousand properties.
A council owes nearly £150,000 to subscribers over missed bin collections, as it emerges one resident is taking legal action against the authority.
Three people were taken to hospital after four cars were involved in an accident on the motorway.
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Plans for 30 new homes which will use technology to become zero-carbon once occupied have been drawn up by a council's in-house team.
Folkestone manager Neil Cugley is eyeing an FA Cup upset away to Eastleigh - despite admitting he was initially disappointed with the draw.
The landlord and landlady of a much-loved venue have announced it will close down at the end of the year.
A careworker accused of killing a three-year-old girl after she refused to eat her lunch told her mum "I'm going down for this", a court has heard.
A man who stayed on a roof for nine hours after a disturbance has pleaded guilty to three charges including criminal damage.
An inspection into a Kent care home has revealed numerous problems with safety, leadership and care.
Covid and Brexit are blamed for the latest delay to the opening of a multi-storey urban sports park which was due to open this month.
Plans have emerged for new 'festive destination' for Kent, which will include a Christmas market, music performances and films.
Public meetings have been called to discuss controversial plans for cycle lanes some believe are a threat to businesses.
The draw has been made for the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy.
A police investigation is underway after two people were allegedly assaulted by a man and a woman in a supermarket car park.
A man has been arrested after allegedly assaulting two women before climbing onto a roof and staying there for nine hours.
A community which grew up around a town's army base now has its own dedicated centre for Gurkha veterans and their families.
A plasterer has been given a suspended prison sentence after posting a racist video directed at England players following their Euro 2020 defeat.
A careworker has gone on trial accused of killing a three-year-old girl after she refused to eat her lunch.
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