A 10-mile section of motorway in Kent has been closed in both directions after a huge, 50ft-deep hole appeared in the central reservation.
Two school friends unearth anti-tank rocket heads
England have called up spinners Scott Borthwick and Kent's James Tredwell to their Ashes Test squad following Graeme Swann's retirement.
Singer Cheryl Baker and Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman have become Vice Presidents of Demelza hospice in Sittingbourne.
Cheryl Baker has supported Demelza for more than 15 years. She opened the first charity shop in Sittingbourne in 1998 and last year ran the London Marathon for the charity.
She said: “I’m honoured to be asked to be a Vice President of Demelza. It’s a charity close to my heart and one which I’ve supported since my family moved to Kent in 1996.
"The care they provide for families in need is phenomenal and I’m privileged to be able to do my bit by helping to raise awareness of this vital local cause."
Len Goodman has made several visits to Demelza in Sittingbourne and is always a popular visitor.
Imagine if you will, a grand piano. It's an image of opulence, classic elegance and class. Now imagine spraying paint all over the piano to make a unique piece of art.
That's exactly what a restoration expert has done in Kent, inspired by the theme of Beethoven and his music. David Johns went to see the transformation, speaking the piano's owner David Winston, and artist Adam Brazier.
A coroner has recorded a verdict of misadventure after a teenager was killed during a major storm in October last year. Bethany Freeman, 17, died when a tree fell on the caravan she was sleeping in at her home in Hever. We report from Tunbridge Wells Coroner's Court.
An inquest into the death of a Kent schoolgirl, who was killed when a tree fell onto the caravan she was sleeping in, has recorded a verdict of death by misadventure.
Bethany Freeman, who was 17-years-old, died when a 30ft tree fell on the mobile home last October in Hever.
Bethany was pronounced dead at the scene following efforts to try and revive her.
Coroner Roger Hatch expressed his sympathy to the family, saying Bethany's death happened during extremely high winds which adversely affected the tree which "unfortunately and tragically landed on the caravan."
A resident in Cliffsend, Kent had the surprise of her life when she found a beaver underneath her car!
The fully grown beaver was found alive and well and taken to the local RSPCA where he is now recovering.
It's thought that the creature came from the Ham Fen nature reserve in Sandwich, although it's not entirely sure how it got there!
An inquest into the death of a 17-year-old girl, who was killed when a tree fell onto the caravan she was sleeping in, is due to open today.
Bethany Freeman died when a 30ft tree fell on the mobile home last October in Edenbridge during the storms.
Neighbours tried to free her but she was sadly declared dead at the scene.
Bethany and her family had been living in the mobile home while renovation work was taking place at their home nearby, according to local people.
Sue McLeod, the principal of MidKent college has been recognised by the Queen at a ceremony in Buckingham Palace. It's for the College's innovative work in training soldiers.
"It was an amazing experience and I was so proud to accept the award on behalf of all our fantastic members of staff who have worked tirelessly to transform the delivery of training for the Royal Engineers," said Ms McLeod.
"We were accompanied by five young soldiers who attracted a lot of attention and spoke with the Duke of Edinburgh and the Princess Royal at length. It was a very special day and is fantastic recognition of the continued efforts to make best use of the unique skills taught at the RSME."
A rare fighter plane has been brought back to life. It's not been seen for almost a century. But - thanks to a group of aviation enthusiasts - it lives for another day. The Eastchurch Kitten was a prototype plane that was poised to take on Zepplin airships during the Great War.
Having been delayed by the weather in recent weeks, today marked a new sporting season for amateur horse racing.
The first of the year's Point-to-Point meetings was held in Kent with jockey Nick Pearce chasing his 100th win. Andy Dickenson speaks to him, Peter Webb, chairman of South East Point-to-Point, and 11-year-old winner Mary Ashby.