A bronze statue of one of the South East's most famous Olympians is causing controversy as local residents say it looks nothing like her.
Will the wet weather continue for the rest of the week? Simon Parkin has the details
The Meridian news team is championing athletes from the South and South East on Day 11 of the Olympic Games.
Warren Hanlon from Bearsted in Maidstone in Kent sent this photograph showing the impact of torrential downpours on Monday afternoon. The image shows a flooded Ware Street below Bell Bridge in Bearsted.
The Mears family are preparing to celebrate again as their 19 year old son Chris prepares to compete at the Aquatic Centre.
The whole family were out in force to celebrate the Reading diver's fifth place in the synchronised diving on Wednesday.
But they hope he can win a medal in the individual event which starts tomorrow.
The Managing Director of Southeastern has been talking to Our Transport Correspondent on the day the Olympic Javelin service is launched.
The Red Arrows are preparing to take off from Manston airport in Kent tonight to take part in the London 2012 Opening Ceremony.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team will do a flypast in formation over the Olympic Stadium at 20:12 tonight.
Charles Buchanan, Chief Executive of Manston Airport, said: “We're thrilled to play our part in such a momentous event. The entire world will be watching London over the next few weeks and to know that we had a role in the beginning of it all is very exciting.”
Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins has spent the morning in training at Box Hill in Surrey.
He was joined by Olympic Gold hopeful Mark Cavendish and GB team mates for several laps of the climb in the Surrey heat.
Mark Cavendish will lead Britain's charge for road race victory on Saturday before Wiggins goes for gold in the time trial on Wednesday.
Riders from nations including Australia, France, Austria, Canada, Belgium and China also trained on Box Hill, which is set to be key to the outcome of the race.