Parents in Kent say their children are being left stranded because buses home from school are too crowded to board. It comes as parents have also voiced their concerns over the price of bus passes for pupils in the county. So do you think Kent offers a good bus service for young people? We asked shoppers in Gillingham.
A major conference in Medway's been trying to find a solution to the knife crime epidemic today. Specialists and academics at the event are working to help find a solution to the growing issue, an effort they hope will save lives.
There are fears more people are being left homeless in Sittingbourne after a bus used to house rough sleepers has been shut down despite the council securing 12 new spaces to help rough sleepers. The owner of the shelter told us he is worried after it closed earlier this month.
Hundreds have been paying tribute to Lucas Dobson today during an emotional funeral on what would've been the Deal schoolboy's seventh birthday. Lucas tragically died after falling into the river Stour in Sandwich last month. Kristina Curtis was at today's touching service which paid tribute to Lucas' favourite colours, songs and love for cars.
The Stop Hate event will take place in Gillingham next month and will host a series of exhibitions and presentations aimed at confronting the growing issue in the county. We spoke to Imam Safeer Khan from the Nasir Mosque in Gillingham who is helping organise the project
The University of Kent has launched a first-of-its-kind online simulation to help new students make the transition to university life. The One Hour Degree has been played almost 1000 times in 51 different countries in less than a week, with prospective as well as new students taking up the challenge. To talk us through the innovative piece of tech, we were joined by Alison Webb, Joseph Riley and Heidi Colthup, some of the people behind the project.