Margate's Dreamland attraction has opens its gates for the first day of free-admission for visitors.
The vintage amusement park, which re-opened a year ago, hopes the move will rescue it from financial problems by boosting the site's disappointing visitor numbers.
Instead of paying an entry fee visitors will now pay for individual rides.
It's been back in business for less than a year but the future of Margate's Dreamland is once again in doubt. The vintage amusement park which re-opened in June after a multi-million pound restoration has called in administrators on Friday. Tom Savvides reports.
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The Care Quality Commission has revealed 'shocking' abuse of young people at a further education college for deaf teenagers in MargateRead the full story ›
Shares at the Margate-based toymaker Hornby have surged by 35 per cent after an announcement its chief executive is standing down.
The company - which owns brands such as Scalextric, Airfix and Corgi - said chairman Roger Canham would take over as executive chairman following the departure of Richard Ames with immediate effect.
The shake-up comes after the company warned of mounting losses last week.
The group had said UK trading was far worse than expected in January as its new year promotions failed to boost flagging sales.
A transgender woman who survived a hammer attack that almost killed her has spoken for the first time about her fears.Read the full story ›
Plans for a modern lifeboat station in Margate are dividing the community.
The RNLI want to build on the beach, near the new Turner Contemporary gallery, to make launches quicker and safer. But some people say the building is ugly and will cut the town's famous beach in two.
Last year Margate's two lifeboats were called out 40 times and rescued 45 people. But the current location of the station makes it sometimes difficult to launch. Sarah Saunders spoke to the RNLI and local residents and businesses.
An inquest has heard how a retired academic from Kent saved his suicidal friend's life from an oncoming train - but couldn't save himselfRead the full story ›
More than 20,000 people have signed a petition to save the Royal Deaf School in Margate.
It was announced earlier this month that it was being put into adminstration, after the trust that ran the school had run into financial difficulties.
Campaigners are now calling for new funding to be found to re-open the site. Derek Johnson has been speaking with parent Sonja Bigg and Terry Riley from the British Deaf Association.
More than two thousand items, stolen during thefts in Kent, are now going on show so they can be reunited with their owners. Kent Police are keen to trace who they once belonged to. Andrea Thomas spoke to David Woodgate, who was reunited with his property and Detective Sergeant Lopa McDermott from Kent Police. And if you've had property stolen in East Kent between September 2014 and June this this year and you think it may be in this collection you can contact DS McDermott on 07870 252377