A Kent council has announced it is reviewing its local plan as space is needed for thousands of new homes.
A war veteran says he feels betrayed by the NHS after medication to prevent him from going blind was stopped.
Firefighters have been called to a crop fire which needed four fire engines and an all-terrain vehicle to help put it out.
A university researcher studying disaster risk reduction wants to hear people's views about living near the wreck of the SS Richard Montgomery.
A suspect has been bailed after firearms officers swooped on a street.
Kent’s holiday isle is fighting back in the battle for staycation tourists as it unveils plans for a new restaurant and cocktail bar.
RNLI volunteers had to dash to help two people on board a boat who were having trouble with their craft.
Two men have started prison sentences after being caught after a two-mile police chase.
A man has been arrested after a collision left a woman needing hospital treatment and the 999 call to police reported someone had a weapon.
Festivals may still be a no-no but live music is tentatively returning to pubs and clubs.
Sheppey United have announced their popular assistant manager has left the club.
Volunteer lifeboat crews had a busy 24 hours including rescuing two people stuck on a deflated kayak.
More than 100 business have been given grants to help them through tough times as a result of coronavirus.
Train services were cancelled between two towns after an object was thrown at one and smashed a window.
Queenborough harbour bosses have launched a competition to name this seal. You'd be surprised at the suggestions so far.
A trust has announced which parts of two of its leisure centres will reopen for the first time in four months.
Animal rescue volunteers have recovered a week-old baby seal after he was found washed up on a beach.
A high-tech "big belly bin" that compresses rubbish and sends a message when it's full has been installed at a beach as part of a free trial.
A judge has said a Kent council will be allowed to have a review looking at a decision letting a developer claim £171,000 in planning appeal costs.
A new special free school being planned for Kent is scheduled to open its doors to its first pupils in September 2022.
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