Sevenoaks skeleton racer and Britain's most successful Winter Olympian Lizzy Yarnold has announced her retirement from the sport. She made the announcement at her old school Maidstone Girl's Grammar, eight months after retaining her Winter Olympic title in Pyeongchang. Yarnold has battled back injuries and says while she is stepping away from competing, she wants to remain in the sport.
Kent's tax payers could soon be asked for more money according Chancellor Philip Hammond, who has announced a possible rise in income tax. It comes ahead of his budget next Monday as he says taxpayers will have to contribute more to support the NHS. But would you pay more tax if it was guaranteed to go towards the NHS? We asked shoppers in Rochester.
Canterbury City Council has not issued a single fine in a year after launching a huge crackdown on dog fouling. Under the plans the authority said they would issue an £80 fine if dog walkers could not prove they had two waste bags.
Catch up on the latest news from across the county. Your top stories this evening: Man arrested after mum disappears in New Ash Green, anger as £70m upgrade plans for Tunbridge Wells scrapped. Plus reaction as Kent Winter Olympic legend Lizzy Yarnold retires.
Residents in Maidstone fear new school plans could create parking and traffic chaos if given the go-ahead. Earlier this year the government approved proposals for a new science school in Weavering. But residents say parking restrictions aren't included meaning it could become dangerous for drivers and children.
70 million pound plans to upgrade the Royal Victoria Place shopping centre in Tunbridge Wells have been scrapped. It would have included a cinema, more shops and restaurants but work never started and now new owners British Land have said they're going to develop their own plans.