Abbey Court School are offering a nesting place to endangered birds on their farm.
The European School of Osteopathy say at a time when demand is increasing, due to long covid treatment, they're seeing a fall in interest. They say at a point when the health service is so necessary, they hope more local people will consider it.
In July, the service was suspended due to shortage of HGV drivers. Now both councils have agreed to do a one off collection this week as rubbish piles up. But despite this, residents say it goes nowhere near close to sorting the problem and they'll be back to square one before they know it.
The 10 weightlifting champions involved in the challenge raised more than £800 for a local baby, Leo, who has a rare genetic condition. His mother hopes that with the money raised, they can fund research into possible treatment.
The EA say work at Mill Leese in Saltwood is essential as the reservoir there acts as a flood storage area to prevent flooding in the town. Though the owner of Saltwood Castle had previously refused entry to the land, the EA applied for a warrant through the court to gain access.
Tonbridge and Malling MP Tom Tugendhat says their safety is paramount, especially while carrying out their duty to the public. While one former MEP says he faces a barrage of abuse on a regular basis, and feels there should even be specialised units to deal with it.