Tamera Foster was left in tears when she was booted off the X Factor tonight.
A hospice in West Kent has arranged a wedding for a mum of six who was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour two days before.
He calls himself the 'Ginger Ninja' and at just seven-years-old Ethan Owers is certainly one to watch after becoming a blackbelt.
Kent Police is appealing for help after a memorial statue was stolen from a child's grave.
Zack Burton, 12, died in 1999 when he was involved in a collision with a car while walking along Wrotham Road, Meopham, on his way to a youth club.
When his mother visited his grave in Newton Abbot Road, Gravesend, at 1.30pm on 26 June, she discovered a statue in the shape of an angel she had placed at the site was missing.
A memorial statue was stolen from a child's grave in Kent.
Zack Burton, 12-years-old, died in 1999 when he was involved in a collision with a car while walking along Meophan on his way to a youth club.
When his mother visited his grave in Gravesend at 1.30pm on June 26, she found a statute in the shape of an angel she put at the site was missing.
She had previously visited the grave on June 14, when the angel was there, so the theft is believed to have taken place since then.
– PC Andrew Rockall, Investigating Officer at Kent Police
This is a despicable crime that has left a bereaved mother in a state of shock. As if losing a child in such a terrible way isn't horrific enough, now she must cope with the thought that someone has stolen an item that means a great deal to her that she bought in tribute to Zack.
Six illegal workers have been caught following raids at businesses in Rochester, Canterbury and Gravesend.
The Home Office will now take steps to remove from the UK the five men arrested and detained.
Jackie Fowler, from the Home Office immigration enforcement team in Kent, said: “We are determined to stamp out abuse of the immigration system.
“Employers who take on illegal workers are both fuelling illegal immigration and undercutting businesses which play by the rules.”
All three businesses visited have been handed penalty notices for employing illegal workers.
Two men have been charged after a series of armed robberies at newsagents across Kent.
Robert Powsey, 41, of Peacock Rise in Chatham and Duncan Snape, 41, from Chapel Yard in London were arrested earlier this week.
Seven different newsagents were broken into between March 2012 and March 2013.
A shop assistant has received a 12 month suspended jail sentence after he tried to trick a customer out of his lottery winnings. Maidstone Crown Court heard that a syndicate member was left hunting through bags of rubbish for his ticket.
The shopkeeper told him he'd won just ten pounds, so he could pocket the money himself. David Johns reports, speaking to syndicate leader Callum Crosier.
A spokesman from Camelot said: "Camelot takes matters of propriety very seriously. Our aim as operator of The National Lottery is to raise as much money as possible for National Lottery Good Causes through selling lottery tickets in a socially-responsible way.
"This involves running The National Lottery with the utmost integrity.
"In order to do this, we adhere to the highest standards in player protection. Our operations and processes are subject to the scrutiny of our own internal auditors, independent external auditors, and representatives from our regulator, the National Lottery Commission."
Is this a dolphin, spotted from Canal Road in Gravesend? Crowds have been gathering to see it. The unexpected visitor usually appears in the early evening.
A shop assistant from Kent has been found guilty of fraud after trying to con a Lottery syndicate out of its £79,000 winning ticket. He could face jail.
Imran Pervais paid out just £10 to the Chatham-based syndicate even though they had matched five balls plus a bonus number.
The winning ticket was later found screwed up under the counter of the convenience store in Gravesend where he was working. Tom Savvides sends this report from Maidstone Crown Court.