Developers who have taken over the former Pfizer site in Sandwich are predicting a science and technology boom of up to 6,000 new jobs.
A replica medieval ship that took part in the Jubilee celebrations sails into Sandwich on its way home
The Richborough cooling towers stood over East Kent for five decades, but no longer. See the demolition close up.
Kent Police are trying to find a vulnerable missing person from Sandwich.
Officers are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of 82-year-old Raymond Baldock, who has been missing from his Gore Lane home since 7pm on Sunday 6 July.
Mr Baldock is described as about 5ft 8ins tall, of slim build with grey hair and glasses. He is believed to have been wearing a grey shirt and a grey hooded cardigan.
Anyone who has seen Mr Baldock or who has information about his whereabouts is asked to call Kent Police on 101, quoting CAD 07-0344.
More jobs are being created at the Pfizer site in Sandwich as another company opens for business. An Australian medical company making fertility products,has set up its manufacturing base with forty new posts.
But as our reporter Nashreen Issa has been finding out, it could just be the beginning.
The Disovery Park at Sandwich - the former site of the drugs company Pfizer - was taken over by hundreds of primary school children this week for Britain's biggest ever science lesson.
Hands-on experiments included extraction of DNA from fruit, murder-mystery forensic tests, and the creation of a witch's cauldron. Nashreen Issa sent this report from the East Kent Science Jamboree.
Around 2000 school children from across Kent will be taking part in a science jamboree at Discovery Park in Sandwich.
The young, budding scientists will be getting involved with experiments, forensics test and identifying Kent seashore wildlife.
A security guard has been rescued after getting stuck in mud in Kent. Two lifeboats helped pull the man to safety in Sandwich last night. He was treated by the ambulance service, but wasn't injured.
The old Pfizer site in Sandwich in Kent has been shortlisted for up to £6m in government funding. It's one of twelve enterprise zones which will benefit from the £100m scheme.
The money will be used to refurbish and fit out three empty buildings so they can be used by businesses and create jobs for the local economy. ITV Meridian spoke to Communities Minister, Kris Hopkins MP...
A man has been arrested this morning after a woman was thought to have been stabbed in a shop in Ash, near Sandwich.
The 21-year-old woman was taken to the William Harvey Hospital by air ambulance in Ashford where she is being treated for her injuries on her back, thought to be caused by a knife.
The injury is not believed to be life threatening.
A 61-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of assault and is currently in police custody.
As families continue to count the cost of the storms which hit the south east - one nature reserve in Kent is counting the environmental cost. Wardens say the recent flooding plunged Gazen Salts in Sandwich into crisis.
The warden says the influx of salt water killed fish and plant life - and has left the ground so sodden that even a stiff breeze could knock over mature trees. Sarah Saunders spoke to Karen Potter and Brian Scott of the Gazen Salts Nature Reserve.
Take a tin of spaghetti, a box of bees and a smoothie-maker and what have you got? In one part of the south east, a recipe for a fascinating science lesson! A science fair, at the old Pfizer site in Sandwich, was put on to attract youngsters to the worlds of technology and maths.
David Johns donned his lab coat and went along to take a look. He spoke to scientist Robert Wybrow, engineer Victoria Roots, Kent County Councillor Mark Dance (Con), and Discovery Park MD Paul Barber.
Homes were flooded, trains cancelled and ports closed. But the true cost of last week's tidal surge is only now being understood. Sandwich and Faversham bore the brunt in Kent. In Sussex, roads like the A23 were partially closed for a time and rail services disrupted.
But one property in Sandwich is counting the cost more than most. The secret gardens at Salutation house lie perilously close to the River Stour. It's estimated that £100,000 worth of damage has been done to historic ornamental gardens after they were flooded.
It's a devastating blow to the owners who've spent years restoring them as David Johns reports. He speaks to Head Gardener Steven Edney, and the Gardens' owner Dominic Parker.