Dozens of migrants have taken advantage of a break in choppy seas to try and reach the UK.
Boris Johnson appears to have got his coronavirus rules wrong again after suggesting parents and children who live apart may face restrictions if one of their areas goes into heightened controls.
A six-year-old boy from Leeds has raised thousands of pounds ahead of a two-day walking challenge to commemorate the Battle of Britain.
The Army had to stop a firing exercise on the Kent coast as migrants in a boat landed nearby.
Portable toilets could be installed alongside roads in Kent in case lorry drivers get stuck in congestion following the end of the Brexit transition period, the Government has said.
Requiring hauliers to obtain special permits to enter Kent from neighbouring counties will be “pointless”, an industry body has claimed.
An artwork made during lockdown in Boughton-under-Blean, Kent, has been praised as a “big community achievement” as it was made permanent.
Hauliers will need special permits to gain access to Kent as the Government confirmed controversial plans to create an “internal border” in an attempt to avoid post-Brexit gridlock.
Hauliers reacted angrily after ministers warned of 7,000-truck-long queues in Kent if they fail to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period.
Ministers have warned of 7,000 truck-long queues in Kent after the Brexit transition period ends as a worst-case scenario if hauliers fail to prepare for changes to customs rules.
A woman convicted of smashing a wine glass into a Miss England finalist’s face after a row at a bar has been handed a suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay £7,000 in compensation.
A controversial Brexit motorway measure which led to traffic chaos at the Port of Dover is no longer in place, Kent Police said.
Police have been checking all vehicles and passengers at the Port of Dover, leading to miles-long queues and traffic chaos.
Parts of the UK are on track to record a heatwave this week as temperatures soared above 30C (86F) on Tuesday.
Migrants who have crossed the Channel in small boats are to be housed in military barracks while their asylum claims are processed.
Zak Crawley’s brilliant unbeaten century propelled Kent up to second in the South Group after an eight-wicket win against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.
Migrants travelling aboard several dinghies have taken advantage of sunshine and calm seas in fresh bids to cross the Channel.
There is an 80% chance of “chaos in Kent” when the Brexit transition period ends, a haulage industry leader has warned.
The Home Office has been forced to abandon using a video which accuses “activist lawyers” representing migrants of trying to disrupt the asylum system after a barrage of complaints.
The Home Office has been accused of an “assault on the rule of law” over its comments about “activist lawyers” who are representing migrants.
Two orphaned brown bear cubs have moved to a “rich and stimulating home” in Kent thanks to fundraising efforts.
Kent County Council has reached its capacity to care for asylum-seeking children arriving on its shores, its leader has said.
Young children were carried ashore by officials as the latest wave of Channel migrant crossings continued.
Nineteen people have been evacuated from a train which became stuck following a landslide in Kent, British Transport Police (BTP) said.
Kent County Council is just “days away” from being unable to look after more asylum seeking children arriving on its shores, its leader fears.
Kent batsman Jordan Cox will unavailable for the county’s Bob Willis Trophy match against Middlesex following a breach of the team’s Covid-19 protocols.
A water company has said that some customers have been without tap water after a spike in demand during the hot weather.
More migrants including a person in a wheelchair have been brought ashore in Dover on another busy day for Channel crossings.
A female prison officer and a convicted killer engaged in a sexual relationship while he served time for murder.
Archaeologists hope to “unlock the story” of an amphitheatre by embarking on an excavation at one of England’s most important Roman sites.