The Government must "pull its finger out and start building", Labour said in the wake of today's raft of infrastructure announcements.
Pothole repairs and improvement plans for the A21 in Kent, junctions on the M4, the M23 Gatwick and the A27 Chichester bypass announced.
A huge new sorting office for Kent has opened in Rochester
A man from Dartford will spend nearly two years in prison after Kent Police were able to track him down thanks to a fingerprint left on the door of a car he stole.
William Hickey stole the silver Vauxhall Zafira, along with a handbag which contained £100 of cash and a selection of credit cards.
After it was reported to the police, CCTV footage showed the offender walking away from the property.
Automatic number plate recognition cameras were activated and four days later, the stolen car was found in Battery Road in Thamesmead.
Forensic specialists then carried out tests on the car and found a fingerprint matching William Hickey's on the driver's door.
The 30-year-old was later arrested on suspicion of burglary.
He admitted to burglary, theft and two counts of fraud and was jailed for 21 months.
Kent Police have issued CCTV images of two people they would like to identify after an elderly lady was restrained and robbed in Dartford. The 81-year-old victim had been shopping in Iceland in the town centre at around 11.25am on November 5 using a walker.
CCTV shows a man and a woman following her around the store. She was then followed out onto Darenth Road at around 11.45am where they blocked her path and asked if she needed help. The victim declined. The female grabbed her arm while the man unbuttoned her coat and unzipped her bag.
He removed her bank card and the pair then fled towards the town centre.
Two former employees of Dartford health clinic who illegally sold slimming drugs to people across the UK have each been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Lisa Casey, 52 and Tracey Walsh, 50 appeared at Maidstone Crown Court yesterday.
The pair pleaded guilty to four offences of possession with intent to supply class C controlled prescription drugs.
When the two women left the slimming clinic in Dartford in July 2012, they contacted the drug manufacturers who supplied the clinic and sent them forged prescription orders.
They sold them to customers throughout the UK and Ireland without any medical supervision and against government regulations.
Detectives found they had obtained 110,000 appetite suppressant tablets over a period of 10 months before police intervention stopped their illegal £100,000 operation.
There is queueing traffic and one lane closed due to a broken down lorry and recovery work on M25 clockwise at A282 (QE2 Bridge).
There is heavy traffic on the A2 London bound between A2018 Old Bexley Lane (Dartford Heath) and A223 (Black Prince Interchange).
The draw has been announced for the FA Cup 4th round fixtures. The matches will be played on the weekend on October 26/27.
Some of the tantalising draws include:
Ebbsfleet v Dartford
Dover Athletic v Oxford United
Chatham v St Albans
A gaggle of geese caused traffic delays at Dartford in Kent. The birds paraded across a roundabout, and motorists were happy to let them cross.
The barriers at the Dartford crossing are coming down but at what cost? Tom Savvides talks to Nigel Gray from the Highways Agency, drivers and Paul Watters from the AA.