Protesters are taking part in strikes across Kent calling for more action against climate change. Campaigners which include school children have taken to the streets of Maidstone with further protests in Chatham, Sevenoaks and Deal. It's part of the global Extinction Rebellion movement that's seen millions strike across the world.
A sanctuary in Gravesham is hoping to save lives as they prepare to open its doors to the homeless. Rough sleeping more than doubled in the borough in 2018 but now the facility will be open for six months from late October. We went along to the launch of the refuge today.
A man has been accused of attempted murder after allegedly ploughing a car into a bar in Herne Bay. Kenny McMahan is facing four charges connected to an incident at Lyfe Lounge on the 27th of July, last year. Our reporter Joe Coshan joined us in the studio with the latest.
More pupils in Kent are leaving school with fewer than five GCSEs, sparking calls more needs to be done to make sure the quality of their education is guaranteed. Across England 100, 000 children left school without the required grades - an increase of a quarter during the past three years. The figures show this is a particular issue for children from disadvantaged backgrounds. But do you trust the standard of teaching in Kent? We asked shoppers in Medway.
5000 houses have been earmarked east of Lenham village in what Maidstone Borough Council have branded the largest development they'll ever undertake.
Fewer people in Kent are using cash with it accounting for just £1 in every £5 spent in our shops. The British Retail Consortium's found consumers even spend more money on credit cards than they do in cash. But what about you? Do you still use notes and coins? We asked shoppers in Medway.