A 44-year-old woman from Kent is helping police with their inquiries after the death of another woman in Gillingham.
Police were called to Balmoral Road on Saturday after a woman was found injured. She was taken to hospital but later died.
A Kent Police spokeswoman said the death was being treated as "unexplained".
She said: "A 44-year-old Gillingham woman is helping police with their inquiries following an incident in Balmoral Road on Saturday.
"Kent Police was called at 12.10pm where a woman was found with injuries. The ambulance service treated the patient at the scene before she was taken to hospital; however she died that evening.
"Officers are treating the incident as an unexplained death and inquiries are ongoing."
Picture of one of the flats owned by landlord Robert Emery of Bull Lane, Higham, who failed to make improvements to two properties in Chatham and another in Gillingham, ignoring legal notices.
A landlord letting cold, damp properties and some with no working toilet and dangerous electrics must pay more than £12,000 for allowing tenants to live in poor conditions.
Robert Emery of Bull Lane, Higham failed to make improvements to two properties in Chatham and another in Gillingham, ignoring legal notices.
He also continued to let the Gillingham property in Adelaide Road despite the council having served a prohibition order in May, preventing anyone living there due to its poor state.
Two months after the order was served council officers discovered new tenants living in the property, which had damp in every room. The tenants were placed there by housing agent Hilton Taylor acting on behalf of Emery.
Another of his properties in Coronation Road, Chatham had a damp problem as well as no heating and the toilet was broken.
The council had first contacted Emery about the poor condition of this property in June 2013. This was followed up with a formal improvement notice but he failed to carry out the necessary work.
A third property in Magpie Hall Road, Chatham had a dangerous electrical system, rising damp, condensation and some windows were lacking restrictors.
Despite the poor conditions, Emery allowed a tenant with two children under the age of five to live there and ignored all council correspondence and an improvement notice.
Emery pleaded guilty to three offences relating to the three properties, but did not appear at Medway Magistrates' Court when the case was heard on Thursday, 27 November. Instead, representatives from letting agent Hilton Taylor were in court on his behalf.
Magistrates fined the rogue landlord £8,300 as well as costs of £3,430 and a £350 victim surcharge.
A former finance officer will spend time behind bars after a jury found her guilty of siphoning nearly £250,000 from a car mechanics in Strood.
Kerry Anne Stone, 32, denied fraud by abuse of position while employed as purchase ledger assistant at Mr Clutch in Priory Road between 1 January 2009 and 19 July 2013.
Stone, of Chequers Court in Strood, was found guilty of stealing £222,799.71 from two accounts and was sentenced at Maidstone Crown Court to four years imprisonment.
Officers from Kent Police were contacted on 19 July 2013 after it was suspected Stone, who had been working for the company for 17 years, had made two fraudulent payments to herself of £1,770.72 from the company account.
It was found that on 20 June she stole £936.72 and seven days later she took an additional £830.
After coming clean to a colleague, a meeting was called and Stone agreed to pay the full amount back, which she did by 17 July.
Upon further inspection, other transactions were looked at and it was established at least £10,569.99 had been taken.
At a disciplinary meeting on 25 July, she admitted stealing the money and had created dummy invoices and posted payment to her own account.
Stone admitted to stealing from the company for past 18 months and was subsequently dismissed.
A full audit was later commissioned and it was found Stone had stolen money from two accounts totalling nearly £250,000.
"Kerry Anne Stone was in a position of trust with access to the company’s accounts and systematically stole large quantities of cash over an extended period of time to support her own lifestyle. This was a serious breach of trust and displayed a high level of contempt for the people she worked with. As a result of her actions she now has to serve a prison sentence. This should be taken as a warning to others about how serious police and the courts take this type of crime: cheaters will not prosper."
The National Lottery celebrates 20 years of creating millionaires this week and for the past two decades billions of pounds has also been handed over to good causes.
Our reporter Sarah Saunders went along to one of the projects in the South East made possible thanks to lottery money, with jackpot winners from Kent Ted and Marilyn Newton.
The Medway Tunnel westbound has been closed and there is queueing traffic due to an accident involving two vehicles.
The crash happened between Barrack Road/Maritime Way and Anthonys Way.
People in Medway are being urged to become 'Dementia Friends', as a roadshow bus visits Chatham.
The bus will be in Chatham High Street today and tomorrow and will have information about the illness and about how people can help someone in need.
Medway Council and NHS Medway CCG want as many people to sign up to be a friend as part of the Alzheimer's Society initiative.
Education and awareness is vital so that we can work towards achieving early diagnosis and improve support for people with dementia and their families.
Medway is a dementia friendly community and we want more people to sign up to be a Dementia Friend.
We currently have 2,258 Dementia Friends registered in Medway and it would be lovely to get to 3,000.
To find out more, click here.
Kent County Council has launched a new campaign to increase the number of people being tested for HIV.
In the last four years around 80 new cases have been diagnosed in Kent and Medway every year. Half of those were diagnosed in the later stages of the disease.
The aim of campaign, Better to Know, is to encourage early diagnosis.
Early diagnosis is important so people can start treatment if they need to, look after their own health and take steps to ensure they don't pass the virus on.
KCC Public Health Consultant, Faiza Khan, said: "The number of cases of HIV in Kent is rising and we know that part of the reason is because of late diagnosis.
"Simply put, people with HIV are more likely to pass it on and infect someone else if they are unaware they themselves are infected. Late diagnosis also reduces the chances of controlling the effects of HIV on the body.
"Early diagnosis is, therefore, vital if we are to control the spread of the infection and to give those living with HIV the best quality of life possible."
Hundreds of thousands of health workers walked out on strike this morning, many for the first time in their lives, in protest at the Government's decision not to give them a recommended 1% pay rise.
Midwives, nurses, paramedics, ambulance staff, and hospital porters and cleaners mounted picket lines across England from 7am for four hours.
David Johns reports, speaking to Clare Morris from the Royal College of Midwives; midwife Gabby Dowds-Quinn; and independent midwife Virginia Howes.
More than 1,000 children have been told they are suitable for admission to a Medway grammar school after passing the Medway Test.
This year 2,601 children registered to take the test, with 2,417 children actually sitting it.
Of those children who satthe test, 1,842 were Medway residents and 575 were from out of area.
This year the minimumscore required to be assessed as suitable for admission to one of Medway'sgrammar schools is 525. Last year the minimum score required was 528.
In total, 23% of Medwayresident children who sat the test achieved the minimum score.
Around 60 more pupils mayalso be deemed as eligible following the parental review process, whichinvolves the child's work being reviewed by a panel.
I would like to congratulate all children who took the Medway Test this year.
Moving up to secondary school from primary is a huge step for all children and I wish them every success when they make the move next year.