Firefighters in Kent have been tackling two large field fires on the Isle of Sheppey and in Rochester.Read the full story ›
The Ministry of Justice is investigating claims of racism at a jail in Kent.Read the full story ›
Campaigners want the groynes replaced at Eastchurch Gap to try to stop the cliffs from crumbling - and threatening their homesRead the full story ›
A 15-year-old girl from Rainham has been missing from home for 10 days - her family appeal for informationRead the full story ›
A court has been hearing how a mother-of-nine children, who's accused of causing or allowing the death of her five-month-old baby, was overheard asking another woman to change her statement.
Eli Cox stopped breathing at his home on the Isle of Sheppey in April last year.
He was rushed to hospital with what turned out to be a 'catastrophic' brain injury and 28 bone fractures.
Staff from that hospital have been giving evidence in Maidstone Crown Court.
Abigail Bracken reports.
An elderly man from Kent is in a serious condition in hospital after he was hit by a car in Minster.
The accident happened at 1.42pm on Saturday on Barton Hill Drive.
Officers were called to the scene amid reports that a man in his 80s had been struck by a black Kia Cee'd, close to the junction with Sanspareil Avenue.
He sustained a serious head injury and was taken to a London hospital for treatment.
Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision that is yet to speak with them.
A teenager who carried out two hit-and-runs in four months, killing an elderly caretaker and mowing down a traffic warden, was today jailed.Read the full story ›
A teenager is due to be sentenced later after running over a traffic warden on the Isle of Sheppey.
The moment Michael Johnson hit him was captured on a body camera as he was trying to escape a parking ticket.
Johnson will also be sentenced for the manslaughter of 70 year-old Trevor Hadlow who was knocked over in a separate incident.
A five-month-old baby from Sheerness died from a 'catastrophic' brain injury - a court in Maidstone has heardRead the full story ›
Football and mental health have made headlines in recent weeks with a growing number of players revealing they've had to seek help with the issue.
Last week, Everton winger Aaron Lennon was detained under the Mental Health Act over fears for his safety.
But the beautiful game can help those battling the problem. In Monday night's programme, Derek Johnson talked with the Swale Tigers, a football team made of players with mental health issues.
He spoke to manager Toni Golden, and co-founder, Matt Bromley.