Barrie Gower set up BGFX in 2010 with his wife, Sarah, and is currently working on prosthetics for the Game of Thrones.Read the full story ›
Gunshots have reportedly been fired at a house in Dartford.Read the full story ›
Dartford is removing a plaque at the town's station after former Stones guitarist Bill Wyman accused the council of 'rewriting history'.Read the full story ›
Aviation enthusiasts EGXWinfo Group have posted an audio clip online, which they claim to be a recording of an RAF pilot trying to make contact with the Latvian plane.
In it, the pilot warns that the plane will be shot down if it does not follow his instructions.
To hear the warning from the RAF "....if you do not respond to my orders immediately you will be shot down" visit http://t.co/aAKjoECAbq
The Ministry of Defence refused to confirm or deny whether the audio was genuine.
Audio from SoundCloud/The EGXWinfo Group
The sonic boom created by two RAF Typhoon jets scrambled to escort a Latvian jet has been captured on CCTV in East Sussex.
The sound was picked up by a camera at the home of Iain Dodsworth in Crowborough.
He tweeted: "Thought it was the house collapsing".
Footage credit: Iain Dodsworth
A 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman's body was found at the scene of a vehicle fire in Dartford.
Kent Police is treating the death of a woman, who police believe to be from the local area, as an isolated, targeted attack in which the offender and the victim knew each other.
There is nothing to suggest members of the public are in danger.
If anyone has any information about the fire in Rowhill Road, Dartford in the early hours of Saturday, 18th October, they are urged to contact Kent Police on 101 or to call Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The women got on the service at Charing Cross and sat close to a group who could have been travelling home from Ascot.Read the full story ›
The creature was found by a passer-by in a box by the side of a road in Dartford.Read the full story ›
Here's what the Dartford Crossing will look like when the tolls disappear later this year. From October, ANPR technology will be used to charge drivers - similar to the way the London Congestion charge works.
Driver will also be able to pay online, at selected shops or by phone. The crossing will still be free to use between 10pm and 6am.