The Army has issued a statement about the review, announced by Defence Secretary Philip Hammond.
Members of an organised drugs ring who were supplying cocaine across the Canterbury and South Coast area have been jailed today.
A homeless man has been sentenced to 8 years after setting fire to two hospitals in Kent.
A man has been jailed for five years after attempting to smuggle 14 kilos of ecstasy into the UK through Dover.
Fabien Decodts, 38, from London was stopped as he drove his Mini off a cross-Channel ferry from Calais.
Border officers found eight packages hidden in the car and Dedcodts charged with the importation of class A drugs.
He was sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court.
Police are renewing an appeal for information after a lorry driver died after hitting a bridge on the A2 near Canterbury.
Henryk Konopacki, aged 56, from Poland, died after the red Renault artic lorry he was driving collided with a concrete bridge support on the London-bound carriageway of the A2, just past the Barham slip road.
Six illegal workers have been caught following raids at businesses in Rochester, Canterbury and Gravesend.
The Home Office will now take steps to remove from the UK the five men arrested and detained.
Jackie Fowler, from the Home Office immigration enforcement team in Kent, said: “We are determined to stamp out abuse of the immigration system.
“Employers who take on illegal workers are both fuelling illegal immigration and undercutting businesses which play by the rules.”
All three businesses visited have been handed penalty notices for employing illegal workers.
The new Archbishop of Canterbury has been in the job for three months, but today his name was set in stone forever. David Johns reports.
The name of the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury has been carved into stone at the City's Cathedral, on a list of all the prior Archbishops.
Rugby fans have saved the life of an off duty firefighter when he collapsed with a heart attack during a game in Kent.
The supporters used the club's defibrillator to shock Mark Jones back to life. Doctors say their actions undoubtedly saved him and now, after hospital treatment, he's recovering at home in Eastly, near Sandwich.
Andrea Thomas has been hearing his remarkable story. She spoke to Mark, his wife Jo, his son Ben and Kate White, who helped to save Mark.
A computer hacker who infiltrated the Kent Police website has been jailed for two years. Maidstone Crown Court had heard that Lewys Martin was trying to impress fellow hackers.
In an unrelated case a hacker from South Essex has admitted breaking into the US air force computers at the Pentagon.
Experts say cyber crime is one of the greatest criminal threats to society in the future. Sangeeta Bhabra spoke to cyber security expert Dr Julio Hernadez-Castro from the University of Kent at Canterbury.
Rugby fans have saved the life of an off duty firefighter when he collapsed with a heart attack while watching a game in Kent.
The supporters used the club's defibrillator to shock Mark Jones back to life. Doctors say their actions undoubtedly saved him. He's now recovering at his home near Sandwich after hospital treatment.
Officers are appealing for information following a fatal collision on the A2 near Canterbury on Tuesday.
Kent Police were called at about 1:35pm to a report that a lorry had collided with a bridge on the London bound carriageway near Bishopbourne.
The man driving a Polish-registered Renault lorry died at the scene.
The coast bound carriageway was shut due to debris from the collision in the road until 6.15pm.
The london bound carriageway remained shut until just after midnight to allow emergency services to work at the scene.
Witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact PC Rob Malins at Kent Police by calling 01622 798538
Canterbury Cathedral has dismissed claims that it might have to close to the public after losing out on £10m of lottery cash. The trustees want to repair parts of the cathedral and improve visitor facilities. They admit it's a setback but say they'll re-submit an application.