People in Canterbury will get the chance to tour one of the largest non-professional observatories in Kent this Saturday.
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.
Two children's characters created in Canterbury by Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin have been given their own stamps by the Royal Mail.
Bagpuss and Ivor the Engine are appearing on a series of 12 stamps to celebrate 60 years of classic children's television.
It's 40 years since Bagpuss first appeared on TV. The saggy cloth cat is continually cited as one of the favourite British children’s TV character of all time.
Andrew Hammond, Royal Mail Stamps, said: “For over 60 years, Britain’s children’s TV characters have brought cheer to generations of viewers.
"More importantly it has presented us with a cast of characters that, like the memories of the programmes themselves, remain with us throughout our lives."
Oliver Postgate died in 2008. Peter Firmin was granted the Freedom of Canterbury in 2011.
The four puppies were found abandoned in a shoebox in Canterbury over Christmas. They are now being cared for at a rescue centre in Whitstable. The interviewee is Julii Elliot, an Assistant Manager at the Dogs Trust.
A litter of puppies are recovering, after being dumped in a shoebox over Christmas.
The four pups were discovered behind a supermarket in Canterbury, and are now being looked after at a rescue centre in Whitstable.
It's thought they were just a day old when they were abandoned. They've each been named after holiday pantomime characters.
A litter of puppies is being cared for by a charity, after being found abandoned in Canterbury over the Christmas period.
Two people were rescued in Canterbury in the early hours of this morning. A man in his 20s was driving his car on the A28 at Wincheap when it left the road and went into the River Stour. Kent fire and rescue sent two fire engines at 12.17am and got him to safety.
A second man was rescued at 1.22am. He was climbing over St Edmunds Road road and fell into the bank. A crew was sent to help him. He sustained injuries to his ankle.
Children from schools across Kent have been competing in a robot-building contest at the University of Kent. Their task was to construct a robot and use a computer program to make it do a series of tasks, under the watchful eye of a judging panel.
David Johns went along to watch the action. He spoke to University lecturer Fred Barnes and judge Gaby Roch.
Crowds of people packed the centre of Canterbury in Kent today, for the city's annual St Nicholas Parade. It celebrates the life of the 4th century priest who was the inspiration for Santa Claus. Andrea Thomas reports.
She spoke to Canon Jim Rosenthal, the vicar of St Nicholas at Wade and she asked passers by if they knew who St Nicholas was.
Crowds of people packed the centre of Canterbury in Kent today, for the city's annual St Nicholas Parade. It celebrates the life of the 4th century priest who was the inspiration for Santa Claus. The parade goes from the Westgate towers to Canterbury Cathedral
Slow traffic and road blocked due to overturned vehicle on A2 Westbound at A2050. The accident happened at around 08:15 involving two vehicles, one which is overturned just east of Canterbury.
Auditions have been held today for the first ever girls choir at Canterbury Cathedral.
For 900years, it has only been boys singing under the Cathedral name.
Around 20 girls, aged between 12 and 16 are being picked from local secondary schools to perform in the Canterbury Cathedral Girls' VoluntaryChoir.
It is hoped that the choir will start by the end of the year.
Being part of the Cathedrals choir has been exclusive to males only, but leaders say introducing a girls choir will be an "exciting addition" to its musical achievements.
The girls will initially sing at services when the boy choristers are on their twice-termly breaks.