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Sand sculptors are due to arrive in Weymouth this week to start building in preparation for Sandworld. Now in it's 4th year, the event, which takes place in April at Lodmoor Country Park, will have a theme of 'books and authors".
There's expected to be detailed sculptures from Mr Men to Shakespeare.
A graveyard - where a teenager's body was found - has been rededicated in a special ceremony. 17-year-old Jayden Parkinson's body was discovered in a disturbed grave at All Saints Church in Didcot last year.
The Rt Rev Colin Fletcher, Bishop of Dorchester, led prayers to reclaim it for the community.
X-Factor star Tamera Foster from Gravesend has signed a deal with Simon Cowell’s record company. The 17-year-old, who was a contestant in the show last year, tweeted earlier:
"I'm the newest member of Syco music!! GET THAT WORKK! IM SO BLESSED TO HAVE MY DREAM JOB AT THE AGE OF 17, Thank God Always"
Millie Knight from Canterbury came 5th in the women's giant slalom at the Winter Paralympics in Sochi this morning. The 15-year-old came 5th in the slalom last week and carried the Union Flag during the opening ceremony.
Businesses that were swamped by flood water in Maidstone have mostly dried out and re-opened, but some are still struggling because the town's network of underpasses remain flooded.
Residents are worried subways will become a health hazard as trapped water turns stagnant, as John Ryall reports.
Two women from Kent have just returned from a trip to one of the smallest countries in Africa. They went to The Gambia for a small charity in Sussex which is helping to educate and get healthcare to children.
David Johns reports, speaking to volunteer Jane Barlow and nurse Charlotte Barnett.
There's more information about the charity, BACE, at www.bacecharity.org.uk or on Jane's blog at http://someoneelsesshoesblog.com/You can also donate by texting BACE13 followed by your amount (eg £5, £10) to 70070.