The 'Dambusters' raid was commemorated today at Herne Bay in Kent where the 'bouncing bombs' invented by Barnes Wallis were tested.
Archaeologists will never forget the moment that they were told that mammoth tusks may have been found on a Kent beach.
A man who is making amazing progress after suffering brain injuries is to abseil down a 14-storey building for charity.
Scores of people turned out in Herne Bay to take part in the latest internet craze.
They gathered by the clock tower in fancy dress outfits to participate in the 'Harlem Shake' -their version of the dance routine which has become a YouTube hit.
A man reported as missing from the Herne Bay area has been found safe and well. Police were concerned for the welfare of Robert Manning, 47, yesterday. But Kent Police is pleased to confirm Mr Manning has since been found safe and well and would like to thank the public.
New designs have been revealed for a redevelopment of a pier in Kent.
The £70m pound plan would include a marina and hotel. The Herne Bay Pier Trust hopes it would attract tourists from across the country.
It would be the first ever pier marina development in the UK and the Trust says it would create around 250 full-time jobs.
A former coma patient has abseiled down a 14-storey building today to raise money for other people with brain damage. Luke Mitchell from Herne Bay in Kent suffered severe head injuries after falling down stairs. He was in coma for three months after the accident three years ago.
He has raised about £300 for the charity Headway. The intrepid fundraiser spoke to Meridian about what prompted him to take on the challenge.
Love them or loathe them, oysters have been farmed in Kent since Roman times. And now it seems their popularity is reaching new heights. Stocks in France have been badly hit by disease. Now our continental cousins are turning to us for supplies. David Johns reports.
A 26-foot motor cruiser with three people onboard had to be beached in Whitstable yesterday after it was overwhelmed by tides.
The crew requested assistance after taking in water off Herne Bay in north westerly force six winds.
Dave Parry, of Whitstable RNLI, said: “As we were heading to the reported position of the vessel we were told that there were three people in the water. On our arrival we were then informed that the casualties were now safely ashore on the beach having been helped ashore by the Herne Bay Coastguard.
“The vessel was aground on the steeply shelving beach, waterlogged and rolling around with no possibility in the conditions of towing it off."
Paramedics and ambulance crews also attended the scene and one of the casualtieswas taken to hospital for a check up.
A 37-year-old woman has been arrested after the discovery of a body in a flat at Herne Bay seafront. Detectives were called to Central Parade at 10.30am on Saturday where they found the body of a 39-year-old local man. They are treating the death as suspicious.
Forensic and scenes of crime officers spent much of Saturday at the flat, which occupies the top two floors of the building. A post-mortem examination was scheduled to be carried out today to find out how he died.