An arts organisation that runs activities for young people with special needs has become the first in Kent to have won the 2017 Queens Award for Voluntary Service.
Square Pegs' award was made by the Queen’s Vice Lord Lieutenant at a special presentation ceremony.
The recipients are based in The Brook Theatre, Chatham, and run regular groups, as well as projects in Maidstone and Canterbury.
A new set of stamps is being issued to commemorate the 70th wedding anniversary of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.Read the full story ›
The nation fell silent for two minutes in respect to the country's war dead in a service led by the Prince of Wales.Read the full story ›
Broadchurch star Colman is set to play the lead in the second series of the Netflix royal drama.Read the full story ›
Hampshire golfer Justin Rose is due to be awarded an MBE at Buckingham Palace today. He found out he was to receive the award in the New Year Honours List - which he said capped off a successful year, having won gold at the Rio Olympics.
The double-headed platinum coins have been created as the Queen and Prince Philip prepare to celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary.Read the full story ›
A horse with some pretty amazing royal credentials is hanging up his hooves after a successful 15-year career serving his country.
Daniel - a Windsor Grey - has spent much of his time transporting the Queen's Carriages. So what does life have in store for him now? Cary Johnston has been finding out.
Prince William has made his first public appearance since the news broke that he was to become a father for the third time. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially announced the news yesterday. Today the future heir to the throne was in Oxford. After stepping down from his role as Air ambulance pilot in the summer today he focused his attention on mental health - pledging to raise awareness of the issues facing our emergency workers. Mary Stanley has our report.
Prince William, to be a proud father for the third time, is due in Oxford today. He is scheduled to meet police about the force's strategy on mental health. The Duke of Cambridge finished his job as an air ambulance pilot in the summer and has pledged to make issues facing first responders a focus of his work in years to come. Earlier this year he spoke about mental health as part of the Heads Together campaign to raise awareness.