Kent Police is appealing for help in trying to find a woman reported missing from Canterbury.
Paulina Manfredini, 73 was last seen at her home in Canterbury between 8.30am and 11.15am yesterday morning and officers are concerned for her welfare.
Inspector Gordon Etheridge said: “We don’t know exactly what she was wearing at the time she was reported missing but she is known to dress in smart shoes or trainers with a flower print on, a short knee length skirt with no tights and a long length beige coat.
“We know that she also has links to the Medway towns, Margate and Sittingbourne.” Anyone with information is urged to contact Kent Police on 101 quoting 05-1265.
A man is due before Canterbury magistrates charged with committing a rape and an assault after an incident in Ramsgate.
The attack is reported to have happened near Sion Hill in the early hours of Friday 30th September. Kent Police charged 33-year-old Ashraf Miah, of no fixed address, on Friday 4th November.
The mother of a man found dead in Poland is demanding an investigation - after he told her he feared for his life.
Max Spiers, who's originally from Canterbury, was found dead in Poland three months ago. He was an expert on UFOs but his mother says he was trying to expose child abusers who use the dark web.
His MP has asked the Foreign Office to get involved.
You can watch a full report by Abigail Bracken below.
Interviewees are Max Spiers's mother, Vanessa Bates, and the Conservative MP for Canterbury, Julian Brazier. There is also footage of Max Spiers speaking in 2014, courtesy of Miles Johnston.
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He's widely considered to be the Father of English literature and today the first ever statue of Geoffrey Chaucer was unveiled. A bronze sculpture of the poet, who's best known for his work The Canterbury Tales, now takes pride of place in Canterbury. It's a lasting tribute to the writer and cements his links to the city. Tom Savvides has bene talking to the project co-ordinator Ray Evison and sculptor Sam Holland.
Abdul Rahman Haroun, from Sudan, has pleaded guilty at Canterbury Crown Court to an obstruction charge after he walked through the Channel Tunnel to Britain in August 2015.
A bid to bike round the world on a tandem in record time has been launched at Canterbury Cathedral.
George Agate and John Whybrow were given a rousing send off at the cathedral gate.
The duo hope to raise £100,000 for three charities including Porchlight, which helps people from across Kent who are facing homelessness.
ITV Meridian spoke to the pair.
Dozens of naked cyclists have been riding through Canterbury as part of the World Naked Bike Ride.
A company director has been acquitted over the death of a young tyre fitter
Twenty-one year-old Matthew Hoare was killed instantly when a five-foot tractor tyre exploded as he inflated it. Andrew Wright, a company director of Watling Tyres in Canterbury, was on trial for failing to implement health and safety guidelines at the garage.
He was killed when a punctured tyre he was fixing exploded in his face. Matthew Hoare was a fitter at Watling Tyres in Canterbury when he died. Now one of the company directors has gone on trial accused of failing to implement health and safety guidelines. Andew Wright is facing two charges over the death, which he denies. Tom Savvides reports.