The family of a man who died in a crash on the A228 near West Malling have descibed him as the ‘nicest man in the world’.
The motorbike 43-year-old Scott Reeve was riding collided with traffic lights at a pedestrian crossing not far from the railway station on Sunday evening.
An elderly woman has been left waiting in the cold for more than an hour, as there was no room for her wheelchair on a bus.
79-year-old Diane Williams was at Folkestone bus station with her daughter, who is calling for Stagecoach to adapt their vehicles.
Princess Anne has been in Kent to officially open the new Royal British Legion Industries’ Centenary Village in Aylesford.
Dozens of homes have been built for veterans as part of the £22 million project.
As part of National Adoption Week it has been revealed there are more than 2,000 children waiting for their forever home.
It is something families across Kent are being encouraged to consider, with the number of children being adopted dropping by nearly a quarter over the past five years.
A charity football match is taking place in Medway this weekend.
The nine-a-side tournament is happening at Cross Park in Allhallows tomorrow.
And, England rugby star Ben Earl has sent a message to his former club Sevenoaks ahead of their World Cup semi-final tomorrow.
The chairman says he has been a huge inspiration.