Rail passengers in the Meridian Region will be faced with disruption this Christmas because of engineering works.
An iconic church in Ramsgate is in line for a hundreds of thousands of pounds of lottery cash.
St Augustine's Abbey in Ramsgate is the birthplace of English Christianity and where I discovered the joy of learning history and heritage.
The leading councillors for all three parties on Medway Council have welcomed a joint report by three London authorities that says closing Heathrow would be an economic disaster.
The report by the London boroughs of Houslow, Ealing and Slough warns that up to 250,000 people could lose their jobs. Councillors in Medway say it proves the proposals for new airports in Kent should be rejected.
Medway Council is making a last ditch effort to have proposals for a Thames Estuary airport dropped before an expected announcement next week.
It's widely anticipated that Sir Howard Davies, chair of the government's Airports' Commission, will announce its preferred options on December 17th.
Cllr Rodney Chambers, Leader of Medway Council, said: "While we have an expectation that the commission will keep in at least one proposal for a Thames Estuary airport, we would urge Sir Howard Davies to seriously consider dropping all proposals for the estuary.
"This would allow for Sir Howard, his colleagues on the commission and, ultimately, government to focus their full concentration on options that are not only far more realistic, but could also be completed far more quickly and at far less cost."
A police car was badly damaged after a collision in Gravesend. It was responding to an emergency when it hit another vehicle and a pedestrian. The driver of other car has been taken to hospital with minor injuries, while a pedestrian was unhurt.
The police officer suffered only minor injuries.
Take a tin of spaghetti, a box of bees and a smoothie-maker and what have you got? In one part of the south east, a recipe for a fascinating science lesson! A science fair, at the old Pfizer site in Sandwich, was put on to attract youngsters to the worlds of technology and maths.
David Johns donned his lab coat and went along to take a look. He spoke to scientist Robert Wybrow, engineer Victoria Roots, Kent County Councillor Mark Dance (Con), and Discovery Park MD Paul Barber.
Police remain at the scene of road traffic collision involving a car and pedestrian on Valley Drive in Gravesend. The road is currently closed at the junction with Winchester Crescent and St Aidens Way.
Kent Police is examining the circumstances around a road traffic collision on Valley Drive in Gravesend. A police patrol was responding to an emergency call to a report of persons trapped in a fire at 11.50am on Tuesday 10 December when it was in collision with another vehicle and a pedestrian.
The driver of the vehicle has been taken to hospital with minor injuries, while the pedestrian was unhurt. The police officer suffered minor injuries but did not require hospital attendance.
Margaret Hodge MP, the chair of the Commons Public Accounts Committee has spoken to us about a report which has concluded that poor planning and outdated IT systems mean the Border Force is failing to protect national security properly.
Poor planning and outdated IT systems mean the Border Force is failing to protect national security at our ports, a report by MP's has found.
The Public Accounts Committee said the body tasked with securing Britain's air, sea and rail ports admitted it was failing to meet almost half of its performance targets. It meant freight coming in from Calais to Dover went unchecked for illicit goods and illegal immigrants were able to sneak in.
Chatham and Aylesford MP Tracey Crouch has dedicated a Facebook page to her cats, Mungo and Basil - two black cats from a rescue home. She created the page in July and it consists of updates from their point of view.
In a recent update the cats said they don't think the Facebook Page is 'Bizarre'. Almost 200 people like the page.
You can have a look yourself or like the page here.