A new Marks & Spencer will welcome customers in less than two weeks.
The chief executive of a hospital trust who raised £10k running a marathon for his colleagues is encouraging others to walk, run or cycle for charity.
Boss Hakan Hayrettin says Maidstone "will go to war every game for our supporters" this season in a bid to make the jump back to the National League.
Police, ambulance and fire crews were at the scene of a crash involving a car and a lorry.
From selling cheap cakes to pickers to wallpapering the inside of their tin-roofed huts, hop-picking trips really were the heydays for many Londoners.
A magnet fisher made a shocking discovery when he pulled a wartime bomb out of the River Medway.
A suspect charged with violently attacking a 19-year-old girl has been flown back to Britain from Romania.
A council has defended its decision to pay for upgrades to a rundown bus station despite not actually owning.
Police want to hear from a driver who allegedly fled after a collision with a cyclist.
An award ceremony designed to recognise compassion and selfless acts through Covid-19 is now open for nominations.
Fresh powers to tackle Covid-19 outbreaks have been granted but there remain concerns over data guiding decision making.
Construction work at a town mosque has been put on hold as a new planning application has been submitted.
A couple only wanted a small mural on the side of their house, but are delighted with the stunning final result, as are the entire village.
A woman has spent the last six and a half years helping lonely older people find companionship, helped by a dedicated member of staff and volunteers.
One Kent family is entertaining diners with a difference at a late-night restaurant for badgers.
A fish and chip shop has put up a sign telling customers they are not required to wear a face covering if they are the only person in the outlet.
A town centre leisure complex is set for a revamp after councillors approved plans.
A small, Kent-based charity has announced it is now accepting donations of cyptocurrency, such as Bitcoin.
Police have been cracking down on people breaking the law by not wearing a seatbelt, handing out more than 600 fines in two weeks.
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