Plans revealed for Kent's first Greggs drive-thru
Customers could soon pick up their steak bakes and sausage rolls from the comfort of their car if plans for a Gregg's drive-thru in Kent are granted.
Rare orchid found growing again after 100 years
A rare orchid has been found flowering again for the first time in 100 years after a cluster was discovered alongside the high speed trainline.
Man jailed after town centre stabbing
A man who stabbed a long-term acquaintance with a kitchen knife has been jailed for nearly three years.
Bin strikes could continue until October
Union leaders have warned strikes by refuse workers could continue until October without council intervention.
Two arrested and road closed after crash
Two men have been arrested following a late-night crash on a country lane.
Tokyo Olympics: Injury ends Gemili 200m bid
Adam Gemili is out of the 200m in Tokyo after pulling up injured in his heat.
Dizzee Rascal charged with assault
Kent-based rapper Dizzee Rascal has been charged with assaulting a woman.
A home with a regal lake for a princely sum
Legend has it that this Grade I listed house up for sale comes with a lake made specially for the Black Prince to cross.
Allotment consultation halted after internet fraud claims
An ongoing allotment dispute has now seen a consultation ended after IP addresses from around the world were allegedly used during the voting process.
'Dad fought in last Tokyo Olympics, 57 years on he's battling dementia'
The family of a man who boxed at the last Tokyo Olympics are fighting to raise awareness over possible links between the sport and his dementia.
Inside new multi-million pound school
For the first time you can see inside the county's newest secondary school which will welcome students in September.
'We're trapped' - farmers speak out as Kent rated worst for rural crime
Kent is one of the worst places for rural crime as criminals steal expensive equipment, trespass on private land and fly-tip tons of rubbish.