A court's heard more details in the trial of a former Kent MP. Charlie Elphicke stands accused of three counts of sexual assault on two women.
There are fears teenagers in Medway are at risk of becoming easy prey for criminal gangs because of the coronavirus crisis. Months of school and college closures could mean hundreds of young people in the towns slip through the school system. Headteachers and crime prevention charities warn if more isn't done to support them, they'll become a lost generation.
Our pets have probably gotten used to extra cuddles, more treats and attention since we've all been stuck in lockdown. But charities in Kent fear our furry friends will find it extremely tough to adjust once you start going back to work.
Shoppers in Kent could receive a £500 voucher under new proposals put forward to the government to try and revive the high street. The idea would give every adult a coupon to spend in areas hit hardest by the pandemic such as shops and restaurants. It's hoped that encouraging more people to spend will help the economy recover and save thousands of jobs.
While crowds gathered around pubs and bars in London, here in Kent the return for the hospitality sector has been much more relaxed. Pub owners in the county say it wasn't as busy as they were expecting, with punters still nervous about returning. So what's a trip to your local pub like now?
Insulting, ill judged and a slap in the face. That's how social care leaders in Kent have described Boris Johnson's comments about their handling of the pandemic. The Prime Minister suggested care homes didn't follow procedures, but carers in the county say if more was done to support the sector earlier, lives could have been saved.