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.
A mechanic accused of killing two people in Kent has appeared in court charged with murder. Foster Christian, who's 53 years old, was arrested in connection with the deaths of Natasha Sadler and Simon Gorecki at their home in Canterbury. Tom Savvides reports from Maidstone Crown Court
A woman has appeared in court in connection with the deaths of two people in Canterbury.
Natasha Sadler and Simon Gorecki were found dead at a house on Dickens Avenue on Tuesday.
A man has been charged with their murder.
Today a 35-year-old woman appeared at Dover Magistrates charged with assisting an offender.
Three Kent MPs have written to the Energy secretary opposing plans to build a network of pylons between Richborough and Canterbury.
Sir Roger Gale, Julian Brazier and Craig Mackinlay described the Richborough Project as a monstrosity looming over the countryside.
ITV Meridian spoke to Craig Mackinlay, MP for Thanet South.
A council's been forced to pay a driver compensation after giving them a parking ticket.
It's because the driver complained to the council that the ticket had left glue on their windscreen.
The driver paid the council £25 for the illegal parking - but got back £41 for the windscreen clean, leaving him £16 in profit.
John Ryall reports...
Officers investigating a fatal crash in Canterbury have charged a woman with two counts of causing death by dangerous driving.
Police were called to the A2050 at Harbledown on Friday 10 July last year to reports of a collision between a National Express coach, a car and a box van.
The two occupants of the car, a 40-year-old man from East London and a 38-year-old woman from Canterbury, died following the collision.
Pauline Camplin who's 50 and of St Mary’s Close has been bailed to appear at Margate Magistrates’ Court on Friday 26 February.
Around two thousand people from across the country have visited a model railway exhibition in Canterbury this weekend. A number of displays have been on show at the event at St Anselms School. Tom Savvides talks to event manager Jeremy Kennett and to visitors.