The chimney of the defunct 244m-tall Grain A Power Station in Kent was transformed into 40,000 tonnes of concrete rubble.Read the full story ›
The head of a school which sent 50 pupils home for wearing the "wrong" uniform has vowed to keep sending home pupils if they do not comply.Read the full story ›
Charlie Enright was caught after staff identified him as a regular customer who had been in earlier the same day.Read the full story ›
The Rothschild's breed calf was born to first-time parents at Port Lympne Reserve.Read the full story ›
The youngster was with a group from Kent and one of hundreds of Scouts attending the International Finnish Jamboree.Read the full story ›
A police helicopter has been sent out to help provide water to motorists stuck in the delays at Dover, as security was stepped up in the wake of the Nice attacks.
Highways England has warned drivers that they may face delays of up to 10 hours, and advised them to use a different route.
In a statement they said: "All traffic is being advised to use the M20/A20 as the A2 is at a standstill into the Port of Dover."
A car valet who racked up 10 dangerous driving convictions over the course of 14 years has finally been jailed to protect other motorists.Read the full story ›
Mark Stribling and Robert Stilwell are charged with immigration offences after a boat of 18 Albanian migrants sunk off the Kent coast.Read the full story ›
A police manhunt has been launched after a 'dangerous and violent' convicted armed robber escaped from an open prison.Read the full story ›
Ian Wall, 52, had been volunteering at a local park cutting down a tree with his son when an ash tree split and crushed him.Read the full story ›