There was a familiar face in the form of a young abuse survivor from Kent waiting for the Princess of Wales when she opened a children’s surgery unit.
Planners are set to approve an application for 65 homes despite more than 450 letters of objection.
A Conservative-run council has been asked to think again over its response to a threat to ancient woodland from a quarry extension.
We're sending Percy the Potato on a festive adventure – will he reach his destination or spend a lonely Christmas at the sorting office?
Planning officers are recommending councillors agree to the conversion of a village pub to housing, even though it is listed as a community asset.
Missed appointments, cards going AWOL and a Gills season ticket arriving three months late – we lift the lid on Royal Mail delays.
A Grade I-listed country house steeped in history has been praised at the Kent Wedding Awards.
A man who smuggled four Albanians into the UK in a campervan has been jailed.
Members of the public called police after finding an injured woman in a town street.
A property linked to reported anti-social behaviour and harassment has been closed after a court order was issued.
A grammar school has sent out a warning to parents after its internal email system was hacked.
Villagers have been given six months to come up with the cash to buy their local after the landlord decided to sell up.
A developer is arguing that without a valid local plan a borough council cannot reject its proposal for 150 homes in the countryside.
A pensioner stalked a woman he met at a Christian function, sent unwanted letters and gifts to her home and even phoned her workplace.
A council has launched a survey as the first stage in plans to help women feeler safer on the streets.
A natural moonlight phenomenon has been pictured above the skies – a sign rain is coming, experts warn.
A hospice has unveiled plans to move to purpose-built accommodation on a new care park.
A council plans to bring in charges at three free car parks and to increase fees elsewhere.
A council is consulting on its plans for 33 acres of woodland described as a valued community asset.
A mayor and mayoress took centre-stage at a colourful celebration of Diwali.
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