He calls himself the 'Ginger Ninja' and at just seven-years-old Ethan Owers is certainly one to watch after becoming a blackbelt.
A group of mothers living on the same street whose children have been born with the same birth defect are calling for an investigation.
Women from a Sikh day centre in Gravesend are sharing memories of marriage through painting.
Kent Police are appealing for witnesses after a collision involving a car which officers say had been driving erratically in Gravesend early this morning. Officers had attempted to pursue the vehicle at about 12.55am today, but were forced to give up when their police car was damaged.
Kent Police say other officers then saw the silver Peugeot which had been travelling from Rochester Road collide with a black Hyundai before colliding with two parked vehicles, a Vauxhall Corsa, a Toyota Prius and a wall on Old Road East.
Kent Fire & Rescue Service freed three of the five people in the Peugeot. Four were taken to a locla hospital with minor injuries, while the 18-year-old driver was taken to a hospital in London with serious injuries. He is now in a stable condition.
Anyone with information can call the serious collision witness appeal line on 01622 798538.
The family of a Highways Agency traffic officer killed by a car on the M25 as he dealt with the aftermath of another crash have paid tribute to him.
Relatives of grandfather John Walmsley, 59, from Gravesend, Kent, said he was "irreplaceable" and was noted for his honesty and kindness.
Mr Walmsley was hit by a Vauxhall Vectra on the clockwise carriageway at junction 5 near south Chevening, Kent, on Tuesday following an earlier accident involving a single vehicle. He died at the scene.
His family said: "Our dad, was a great dad, grandad and, most importantly, great husband who is irreplaceable.
"He had the affection and respect of just about everyone he came in contact with, due to his honesty and kindness with/to them. He will be greatly missed by his family and all who knew him."
The family of John Walmsley, who died following a collision on the M25 on Tuesday has released the following tribute: "John Walmsley, our dad, was a great dad, grandad and most importantly great husband, who is irreplaceable.
"He had the affection and respect of just about everyone he come in contact with, due to his honesty and kindness with/to them. He will be greatly missed by his family and all who knew him."
A 17-year-old detained after attempting to grab the Olympic torch as it was carried through Gravesend appeared in court today.
He pleaded guilty to a public order offence as well as assaulting torchbearer Anna Skora and a police officer.
The court heard the attempted grab was a prank which had gone too far.
The youth who can not be named for legal reasons received a four month referral order and was ordered to pay £100 in compensation to each victim, and £85 in costs.
Firefighters have issued an urgent safety warning about electrical equipment following a house fire in Gravesend last night.
Two crews tackled the blaze in a second floor bedroom in Russell Road. The fire is believed to have started in a damaged, old fashioned extension lead that had been left on.
It began smouldering and started a slow burning fire in the carpet, totally destroying the bedroom.
Crew Manager Tim Green said: “Thanks to the working smoke alarm the homeowners got the early warning needed and managed to get out of their home safely and call 999.
“Many accidental fires, like this one, begin with an electrical appliance, so it’s really important that you make sure all your electrical appliances are in good working order and not used if they are damaged in any way.”
A man has appeared in court today charged with assault following an incident involving a baby. Nathan Rawling who's 35 and from Gravesend has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent. A 34-year-old woman arrested in connection with the incident remains on police bail.
A man from Gravesend has been jailed for 8 years after admitting robbing two bookmakers with an imitation firearm. Brett Mullen, 40 committed the robberies at Corals bookies in Gravesend and Bexley last December.