The foundation stones for a £4 million new housing development for veterans of the armed forces has been laid in Kent.
The two apartment blocks will house wounded or sick veterans, as well as those that just need a bit of help. Our reporter Abigail Bracken reports from Aylesford.
Since the end of the Great War the Royal British Legion Industries in Kent has been employing former service personnel to manufacture a range of products.
The aim is to help injured soldiers with their long-term recovery - after their military career is over. Profits go towards helping those who find it hard to re-enter civilian life - and the enterprise has now re-branded itself to reflect the values behind its work. Derek Johnson reports.
Villagers fighting to save a tiny 12th century pub gathered today to discuss campaign tactics.
The Little Gem at Aylesford in Kent closed five years ago and the owner wants to convert the listed building into a house. More than four thousand people have so far signed a petition calling for its preservation. Here's campaign leader Heather Worrall and resident Shaun Collings.
Aylesford Newsprint is going into administration. It's been making newspaper at its one hundred-acre site for well over twenty years.
The company was bought by an American holding firm in October 2012 who described themselves as being "a long-term investor". The news was announced to staff this morning, as David Johns reports.
He spoke to Tim Elliott from Unite The Union; MP for Chatham and Aylesford Tracey Crouch; and Prof Tim Luckhurst who's a journalist expert.
A world record attempt is underway in Kent. Local families have teamed up with war veterans from the Royal British Legion Industries at Aylesford.
They're trying to build a full-size model of a supersonic car out of modelling blocks - and hope to get a Guinness World Record.
Here's Geoff Streetley from the RBLI:
Officers believe there would have been a number of witnesses to the collision as it was a busy part of the day and are appealing for anyone with any information to get in touch.
Witnesses are asked to call officers at the Kent Police roads policing unit by calling 01622 798571, quoting incident reference 04-0559.
Police are appealing for information after an elderly man suffered serious injuries in a collision in Aylesford.
The crash happened just after midday yesterday at the Quarry Wood industrial estate in Aylesford. A blue Ford Focus collided with an 80 year-old man at the roundabout on the estate.
The man was taken to hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries.