The RSPCA was alerted to more horses in distress in Kent than anywhere else in England and Wales last year, it reveals.
The desk where Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations is finally on public display thanks to a £780,000 grant.
Jermaine McGlashan's late header gives Gillingham their first win in five games with victory over Crawley.
Damian Reeves's double lifts Altrincham to a 2-1 win which increases Dartford's fears of relegation from the Conference.
Stefan Payne's early goal is enough for Dover to beat Telford, who are now on the brink of relegation from the Conference.
A man has been charged with rape after a woman was attacked in a Gravesend alleyway last Sunday.
Grimsby climb up to second in the Conference table after victory at relegation-threatened Welling.
A man is jailed for 12 years for shooting a police officer in south-east London following a car crash.
A World War Two soldier awarded the Victoria Cross is honoured with a plaque at the house in Kent where he grew up.
The headlines from the political week are reviewed in 60 seconds by BBC Sunday Politics South East.
A coach from Kent in which dozens of people were injured after it came off the road in Argyll has been removed from the scene on the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful.
Two men are charged with murder after a prison inmate is believed to have been stabbed to death.
"Boycie" from Only Fools and Horses greets crowds as tickets go on sale for Margate's restored 1920s Dreamland funfair.
A campaigner has lost her fight for street lights to be turned back on immediately in Kent.
The Queen unveils Canterbury Cathedral statues
Building inspectors visit a sinkhole in Swanley and some residents move to temporary accommodation amid subsidence fears.
Conference strugglers Dartford sign Cambridge United striker Jordan Chiedozie on loan until the end of the season.
Conference strugglers Welling United re-sign Luton Town striker Ross Lafayette on loan until the end of the season.
A service led by the Archbishop of Canterbury to mark the reburial of King Richard III, takes place at Leicester Cathedral.
A murder investigation is launched after an inmate was found dead at a prison in Kent.