Work is proceeding apace at a former newsprint site, once a town's major employer, as new photos reveal the scale and progress of the development.
A long-running café has been forced to close as a new one is set to open nearby following a lease row with the council which now owns the site.
Business owners are fuming after a council opted to hike up parking prices in part of one Kent borough, while it remains free in the other half.
A blaze at the back of a house was put out by firefighters who have classed the incident as "suspicious".
An ex-serviceman has praised a charity's £22m development, which will provide housing for hundreds more veterans in need.
A bird of prey which was attacked by a squirrel is on the mend after needing complex surgery.
Plans for a huge solar farm have been approved by planners despite villagers' fears it will be too close to their homes.
A floating nest was installed by volunteers for two swans whose home is destroyed daily by tides despite warnings from the council.
A cockroach infested Indian takeaway has been slapped with a £10,000 fine after a woman found a four-inch piece of wire wool in her chicken curry.
A butcher has expressed his disappointment after his bid to open in a council-run shop failed, despite backing from 1,100 people.
A care home has been told to improve after inspectors found it had "not always understood their responsibilities" to report concerns to the council.
A council leader was forced to step in after a parking firm dished out £50 fines to people who visited its car park on consecutive days.
A grower has described the government's instruction to recruit British labour as "garbage" as farms struggle to recruit pickers and crops rot.
A community supermarket is one year old and facing increasing demand
A grandmother and nurse who has months left to live is holding a charity football game for a local hospice.
A Kent girl. 12 , has scolded “disgusting” Boris Johnson for his partygate actions in a letter to Number 10.
A new mayor has picked a dementia charity as her borough's charity for 2022.
A mum has started the weekend off the right way and won £1,000 in kmfm's monthly competition.
A landowner has challenged campaigners' bid for village green status to save fields earmarked for 400 homes from being built on.
A gang of men spotted acting suspiciously in people's driveways and the theft of a car has prompted a police warning.
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