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.
TRAFFIC: The A2 is closed at Barham on the Londonbound carriageway following a collision. The road will be closed for the rush hour period.From @kent_police on Twitter:
The family of a young man who was killed when a tyre exploded in his face reacted angrily today as an inquest jury returned a verdict of accidental death.
Matthew Hoare died seven years ago. The tragedy happened as he fitted a tyre to a digger in Canterbury. At the inquest - his employers were asked a number questions about health and safety - and Matthew's training - which they declined to answer.
Tom Savvides was at the hearing in Sandwich. His report includes interviews with Carolyn Hoare, Matthew's mother; Nick Fairweather, the family's solicitor; and Andrew Roach, the solicitor for Matthew's employers.
Motorists are being advised to allow extra time for their journeys in and around Canterbury while the controversial Westgate Towers traffic scheme is reverted to its original layout.
Traffic signals were removed over the weekend and the road was resurfaced with new road markings.
The changes were introduced to protect the 14th century towers by reducing the number of vehicles going underneath.
The scheme is being removed following a year long trial. It could be re-introduced permanently after the results are assessed and the community are asked for their views.
A retired businessman has found the twin to a rare Chinese bowl which fetched almost two hundred thousands pounds at auction. The second bowl could go for the same amount when it goes under the hammer in Canterbury next week.
A retired businessman has found the twin to a rare Chinese bowl which fetched almost two hundred thousands pounds at auction.
TV comic Jim Davidson has been barred from playing at a Kent theatre because of his controversial jokes, it's been reported.
The comedian took to social media website Twitter to complain at not being allowed to perform at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury.
He recently Tweeted: "Forget the Marlow thing now. Its political. Left wing stuff is ok I'm not. The man has every right I guess. lets move on. Come to Maidstone."
Rare Chinese leopards have moved into their new home at Howletts Wild Animal Park, near Canterbury.
The elusive animals from north China aren't often seen in captivity. A new glass fronted enclosure's been specially built for them.
Neil Spooner, Animal Director said: "Leopards occupy the largest geographical range of any species of cat. They are found throughout Africa, Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, north into China and the Russian Federation.
"Sadly the north Chinese leopard is now restricted to small fragmented populations in northern China."
It's Easter Monday and today hundreds of young Christians made a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral. It's the 40th anniversary of the annual trek and new Archbishop Justin Welby was on hand to greet them. Andy Dickenson reports.
The new Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has welcomed hundreds of young Christians who made a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral. It's the 40th anniversary of the annual trek.
Around 700 young people will participate in the Easter Monday Youth Pilgrimage, on its 40th anniversary. The new Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd Justin Welby, will join the service, the sixth Archbishop to have participated in the annual event.
The pilgrimage will see young Christians make their way across Kent to Canterbury Cathedral for a special service at midday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.