Options for a new Thames crossing include a scheme that would pass through "environmentally sensitive areas" and cost up to £5 billion.
Artist Tracey Emin, from Kent, has warned the Government not to downgrade art in the school curriculum.
Relatives from Hampshire and Kent have travelled to France to attend the funeral of two soldiers who died in WW1.
Kent Police has confirmed that it is investigating a report of criminal damage at a mosque in Gillingham.
The attack is being treated as racially aggravated and possibly connected to an earlier attack in Woolwich.
It happened at 8.40pm. A man has been arrested. It is believed that a bookcase was smashed.
Kent Police say that although there is no intelligence to suggest any direct threat to anyone living in the county, it has deployed additional resources across the region to provide a presence in potentially vulnerable communities.
Assistant Chief Constable Gary Beautridge said: "We are working with local communities and partners whilst the Metropolitan Police investigate the full circumstances around this incident.
"We are providing high visibility policing in areas across Kent and would appeal for people to stay calm and work with us to ensure the safety of everyone in our county."
Kent Police has revealed that it is providing a visible presence in communities across Kent to ensure that people across the county are safe, following the incident in Woolwich, South East London today.
Special Constables in Kent are to have part of their council tax paid for by the force, from 2014. The announcement was made at a ceremony to add new recruits to the ranks of the volunteer police officers.
Kent's Police and Crime Commissioner explains why she's made the decision.
– Ann Barnes, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner
These are ordinary men and women who do an extraordinary thing - they give up an enormous amount of their own time often whilst juggling ‘the day job’ and play a significant part in frontline policing as volunteers. They are an inspiration to all of us and their dedication and commitment to keeping our streets safe is second to none.’
The Police and Crime Commisioner for Kent has announced a bonus for special constables. Ann Barnes says she will acknowledge the work done by the volunteers by arranging for them not to pay part of the council tax.
The move will be in place from April 2014 onwards and will apply to all Special Constables who have provided two years of service and meet other criteria.
Commuters from Kent and Sussex are facing five years of delays and disruption on the railways. Network Rail is spending £5 billion on revamping London Bridge station - its most ambitious construction project ever. Fred and Sangeeta link to our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse.
A teenager, who fled Afghanistan when his father and brother were killed, has lost his appeal to be allowed to stay in this country. John Ryall reports.
How many times have you phoned your bank, insurance broker, holiday company or in fact, any call centre, and been faced with option after option before you actually speak to a human being?
One man from Kent became so fed up with "press 1 for this", and "press 2 for that", that he compiled a list of thousands of options from thousands of companies - and put them all up on a website to save us all time. David Johns went to meet him.
A lorry driver has been jailed for three years for trying to smuggle £300,000 worth of cannabis resin into the country through Dover.
Seamus Keenan, 48, from Newry in County Down was stopped at Dover's Eastern Docks in January 2011.
When his vehicle was examined Border Force officers discovered 107 kilos of cannabis resin hidden inside a counterweight. He was sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court on Monday 20 May 2013.