The 53-seater coach was completely destroyed by the fire, which broke out near the Medway BridgeRead the full story ›
Environmental experts say that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish. A lot of that waste is carried out to sea by rivers.Read the full story ›
A ski slope in Kent has shut because of the snowy weather conditions.Read the full story ›
Three large specialist stroke centres could be created, replacing the current six smaller units. Medical teams have welcomed the plans.Read the full story ›
Winter is a time of huge pressure on the NHS. Many patients' groups and unions say hospitals will struggle to cope with a spike in demand.Read the full story ›
One man in his twenties remains in hospital. A man has been arrestedRead the full story ›
A former serviceman who scammed a veterans' charity out of nearly £50,000 to feed his gambling addiction has walked free from court.
Andrew Gallie, from Medway, made dozens of fraudulent payments to himself while working at the Not Forgotten Association, which supports wounded military personnel and disabled veterans.
Today - outside Southwark Crown Court - he told our reporter Abigail Bracken that he was ashamed of his actions.
131 navy servicemen who were killed during a bombing raid during the First World War, have been remembered in a ceremony in Medway. It marks 100 years since the attack. John Ryall reports.
Controversial plans for a vast housing development in Kent have been scrapped at the 11th hour - after a campaign by environmentalists.
The land at Chattenden on the Hoo Peninsula near Rochester, is a nationally protected Nightingale habitat - and the planning decision had been taken over by Government.
But the developers withdrew their application to build - just months before a public inquiry was due. Sarah Saunders spoke to Greg Hitchcock, Kent Wildlife Trust; leader of Medway Council Alan Jarrett and Rochester and Strood MP Kelly Tolhurst.
Life-saving equipment has been stolen from a Medway football club in the latest in a spate of similar thefts.
A £3,000 defibrillator, used for people who suffer a cardiac arrest, was stolen from Chatham Town's ground.