Our latest Pride of Britain nominee has raised nearly 80-thousand pounds for charity. She's organised festivals, jamborees, abseiled down the Spinnaker Tower and walked on hot coals. All that - and she's just 17 years old. Jess Ridge who lives near Portsmouth, started her campaign to help others when she was just 8 years old and, as she told Mary Stanley, all she wants to do is make people smile.
Are the Government bungling Brexit? Did Jeremy Corbyn sabotage the Remain campaign? And how long should you stay in the bath? Bob Marshall-Andrews was a Labour MP in Kent - he's now a Liberal Democrat. Rosie Duffield pulled off the shock result of election night by winning Canterbury for Labour. Kit Malthouse used to be Boris Johnson's deputy - he's now Tory MP for North West Hampshire.
Kent Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was knocked off his bike by a car in Sittingbourne.
It happened at around 10.30pm on Friday 6 October 2017 in Basser Hill, Sittingbourne.
The 17-year-old teenage boy was cycling up the hill when a 4x4 type vehicle is reported to have driven up the hill and clipped the cyclist’s wheel, resulting in him going over the bonnet of the vehicle and landing in a ditch.
The vehicle did not stop and the cyclist was left to make his way to a nearby house. The teenager then went to hospital to be treated for injuries to his left hand and leg and later required minor surgery.
The victim’s family attempted to retrieve the bicycle the following day. However, it was not at the scene.
A student from South Korea has been attacked with a bottle in Brighton. It's believed he was hit with a champagne bottle after a confrontation. Police want to identify the people in the video.
Now our latest Pride of Britain nominee. Each night this week we've been introducing you to someone special in our region.
Someone who's an inspirational fundraiser - who could get the chance to go to the Pride of Britain awards in London later this year. Sam Holder reports.
Now for our latest Pride of Britain nominee. Each night this week we've been introducing you to someone special in our region. Someone who's an inspirational fundraiser - who could get the chance to go to the Pride of Britain awards in London later this year. Tony Green reports.
Ice skating will return to Brighton's Royal Pavilion Gardens this Christmas. Planning permission has been granted which allows the rink to be built for the next six winters. It will open from 4 November. There will also be a beginners' area.
Medway Maritime Hospital has celebrated a year being smoke-free. The anniversary comes as the national 'Stoptober' reaches its half-way stage. Medway NHS foundation Trust hired smoke wardens to ensure that patients, visitors and staff no longer smoked in the buildings or on hospital grounds.