The driver of a large transit van and three of his passengers have been airlifted to hospital after the van came off the road and hit a tree in Kent. Fire crews were called in the early hours of this morning. All four were treated by ambulance staff before being airlifted to hospital.
Prince Charles and Camilla found themselves in the middle of a rescue launch at Whitstable RNLI.
The royal couple visited the Lifeboat station on its 50th anniversary as part of their appearance at the Oyster festival.
The Thames coastguard received a 999 call from a yacht with a broken down engine minutes before Princes Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall were visiting.
During the visit, Charles and Camilla were introduced to some of the lifeboat team as well as the crew when they returned from the rescue.
The Whitstable Oyster Festival got underway today with hundreds of people sampling the town's most famous export. The festival lasts for seven days and organisers will greet Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall on Monday during a visit to the harbour in Kent.
The festival has been running since 1985, but the cultivation of oysters in the area began during the Roman occupation.
The story of one of Canterbury's former archbishops has been etched onto glass at a church in Kent. St Alphege was martyred 1,000 years ago - after the Danes invaded and stormed Canterbury.
Twelve, one metre-high glass panes have gone up at the church in Whitstable, marking key events in the Saint's life and death.
Temperatures have continued to rise this weekend, reaching almost thirty degrees centigrade in parts of the South. And with the warmer weather comes a boom in businesses for some of our coastal resorts. Andrea Thomas has been to one town in Kent to gauge the 'sunshine effect'.
She spoke to Derick West, a retired fisherman, Brian Hitcham from the Whitstable & District Chamber of Commerce and some very happy day-trippers.
An appeal has been made for a Whitstable area man reported missing after travelling on a Channel ferry.
Richard Fearnside, 30, was last seen on the P&O Pride of Kent ferry crossing from Calais to Dover.
The alarm was raised while passengers and vehicles were disembarking from the ferry, after it docked in Dover early on Tuesday, May 21st.
The ferry was searched but there was no sign of Richard.
Mr Fearnside is described as white, slim, 5ft 8in with short, cropped, mousey coloured hair. When last seen he was wearing a black hooded top, blue t shirt, blue jeans and black and white trainers.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact Det Sgnt Richard Lown on 101.
Homes in Kent could soon be told they'll have SIX bins for their rubbish collection. The shake-up of recycling services means families could end up with three wheelie bins and three smaller plastic buckets. Fred and Sangeeta link to John Ryall.
A new recycling scheme is causing some confusion in Kent. Homeowners in Whitstable now have six different types of dustbin to take away their waste.
The high number of bins is part of a recycling initiative. Although collections take place on Tuesday, different materials are emptied each week.
The local authority said it is trying to stop useful waste that can be recycled being sent to landfill sites. However the new way of doing things is causing some confusion for residents.
He was one of our most famous actors. He was a vampire hunter - and the sinister Baron Frankenstein. We are, of course, talking about Peter Cushing. The actor was much loved by generations of horror - and fantasy - film fans - and now an exhibition has opened in his home town.
It reveals some of his talents - away from the big screen - as Tom Savvides reports.
Hundreds of fishermen from East Kent are fighting for their livelihoods. They say a proposed conservation area - to preserve fish stocks - would be disastrous for the fleet. David Johns reports.