Revellers are getting ready for a brand new festival in Maidstone this weekend featuring bands like Sister Sledge and Brand New Heavies.
Veteran BBC broadcaster Sir David Frost has died from a heart attack aged 74, his family said.
Thanet Council's plans to create a multi-million pound heritage amusement park have come under attack at the High Court.
She's only 15 - and she's already a world champion. Belle Fisher from Herne Bay has been dancing for five years and has collected a quite staggering array of trophies.
Belle's already teaching the next generation of hip-hop street dancers and has her sights set on a career in dance. David Johns has been to meet her.
It's thought to be the biggest bonfire night celebration in the world. 30 thousand people descended on the town of Lewes in Sussex last night to watch 6 bonfire societies parade through the narrow streets.
86 people were treated for minor injuries and 14 arrests were made. But overall, it was a spectacular night - Charlotte Wilkins was there.
The annual Veteran Car Run from London to Brighton takes place today. It's the longest running motoring event with cars built before 1905 powered by 'alternative fuels' - most commonly steamers. Hundreds of vehicles take part in the event which covers 54 miles. The first run was in 1896.
The cathedral at Winchester has provided the backdrop for several artworks in a new exhibition called Creative Collisions. Artists local to Hampshire have worked in pairs to create the display. Asana Greenstreet has more.
Click video. Severely ill and disabled children from the South are returning home from a trip of a lifetime to the theme parks in Orlando. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
British sculptor Anthony Caro has died at the age of 89.
Some of his sculptures are displayed in the Goodwood Art Collection in West Sussex.
Star of the stage and screen, Tommy Steele, came onto the sofa to chat about his new stage show - which is coming to Southampton (Nov 12 - 16th) and Brighton (Dec 23rd - Jan.)
Sir Cliff Richard surprises some children at Heathrow who are on their way to Florida with a special song.
Sir Cliff Richard waved off 200 hundred children from across the South East who are on their way to America at Heathrow yesterday.
They are a group of seriously ill and disabled youngsters taking part of a trip to theme parks in Florida. The trip was organised by a Buckinghamshire charity called Dreamflight.
Sir Cliff's full interview is below: