How the infantrymen of the Great War are to be honoured in the last town they saw before leaving for battle.
Prince Charles has piad tribute to the sacrifices Gurkhas in Folkestone have made while visiting the battalion.
HRH The Prince of Wales has visited Kent to honour the work of Gurkha soldiers.
One person had to be rescued while three others escaped a fire at a block of flats in Folkestone in Kent overnight.
Forty firefighters were called to Westbourne Gardens early this morning. It's thought the fire started in an electrical cupboard.
Detailed plans have been unveiled by the government for commemoration events marking 100 years since the start of World War One next year.
We speak to Ann Berry and Paul Emden from Folkestone's Step Short project, Queen's Own Royal West Kent historian Chris Jupp and Davinder Dhillon, organiser of the Chattri Memorial services.
On 4th August 2014 it will be 100 years since war was declared, pitching the nation into one of its hardest and darkest chapters.
Ministers are due to announce how the centenary will be marked over including a candlelit vigil at Westminster Abbey finishing, with the last candle being extinguished at 11pm - the moment war was declared.
It is understood the Government is in talks with various churches, faiths and other organisations to see if the vigil could be replicated around the country.
The idea to commemorate the start of the war with the vigil came from a remark attributed to former foreign secretary Viscount Edward Grey.
He is supposed to have said on the eve of the Great War: "The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our time."
A man from Kent will travel almost 3,000 miles on hismotorbike in support of his wife who suffers from multiple sclerosis.
Paul Thomas will start his 7 day journey on June 1 at Folkestone harbour to raise money for the MS Society.
He will travel around the coast of Britain without using motorways.
Paul's wife Shelly was diagnosed with MS in 2001 and her symptoms include spasms, losing the use of legs and temporary blindness.
Shelly says she’s incredibly proud of her husband: “He has such a big heart and doing this challenge to raise money and awareness and show support for me and others with this condition is beyond words."
More than 600 competitors lined up for the 2nd annual mini marathon in Folkestone today.
The event is just one of around a dozen road races taking place in our region each year, so why have they become so popular? Andy Dickenson meets the runners and race director Ray Johnson.
She died for nine minutes when her heart stopped beating - and was brought back to life by paramedics. But Ria Hancock's brain had been damaged by a lack of oxygen.
Two years on the mum of two tries to lead a normal life, supported by her husband - and by a vital charity, Headway, which helps those with brain injuries. David Johns went to meet her.
The family of Dale West, who died in a road accident near Folkestone, have described him as a kind boy with a heart of gold.
The 19-year-old was in a car that crashed with another vehicle on the A20 near Folkestone on Monday evening. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
His family said: “Dale was a very kind boy and always wanted to help everyone. He had a heart of gold.
He did not deserve what happened to him and will be sorely missed by all friends and family. Drive safely everyone to avoid another tragedy like this. Dale you will never be forgotten."
Kent Police say that a Czech teenager missing from Folkestone has been found safe and well.
Stefanie Togyerova disappeared while in a supermarket in the town last Thursday afternoon.
She has reported to a police station following publicity about her disappearance.
Police in Kent say they are not treating the death of a woman in Folkestone as suspicious.
Officers were called to a property following concern for the 22-year-old woman at her home in Moat Farm Road, Folkestone.
A post mortem examination is due to be held to determine the cause of her death.
Kent Police was called at 6.50pm on 15 April to reports of concern for a woman at an address in Moat Farm Road in Folkestone.
A 22-year-old woman was found dead at the property and her death is currently being treated as unexplained. Enquiries are ongoing.
Officers believe the woman lived at the address where she was found and are trying to identify any next of kin.