- Updates on Monday 27 June 2016
It's just a week until the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
But will the BBC Radio Kent garden be ready in time?
It looks like it will be a dry start in Kent tomorrow with some rain predicted for the end of the day. For a more detailed forecast visit here.Copyright: BBC
Take a look at how roads are faring in Kent on the BBC Travel website.Copyright: BBC
Thanet North Conservative MP, Sir Roger Gale, has said he considered resigning over the referendum result and is critical about a lack of strategy for the future.
Kent On Sunday
Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales has been turned into a musical - using commuter misery from Operation Stack as an inspiration. Read Kent On Sunday's story here.
That's a question John and Maggie put to the Icelandic Ambassador, when he appeared on the BBC Radio Kent breakfast show, ahead of England's Euro 2016 game this evening.
Thordur Oskarsson also told them he and his staff won't be watching the match at a glitzy event at the embassy.
The family of 21-year-old Owain Boughtwood, who died after a crash in Nonington, have paid tribute to him.
His Volkswagen Polo was involved in a single vehicle crash on the Sandwich Road in the early hours of Friday 24 June. He was taken to Kings College Hospital in London but later died of his injuries.
In a statement his family said: "All those who had the good fortune to know Owain recognised how much of a sweet, loyal and decent man he was. He will be greatly missed by all those that knew and loved him."
James Hookham of the Freight Transport Association has said he's very concerned about the impact Brexit might have on moving border controls back to Dover.
The Brexit decision could see a surge of migrants trying to enter the UK from France amid fears the Anglo-French border could end up like the Berlin Wall, the head of Eurotunnel has said.
The warning came as Eurotunnel unveiled new drones, which will be used to "stop illegal immigrants".
It's been a dry start to the week for many. But will it last?
Police want to speak to these nine men after fans ran onto the pitch at the Priestfield Stadium during Gillingham's last game of the season.
It happened after the Gills scored against Millwall on 8 May.
Kent Police have said it is a criminal offence to enter the field during a football match.
The Conservative MP for Dover, Charlie Elphicke, has said Brexit should not impact on border security.
A Maidstone man has had a bit of shady local history tattooed on to his body after responding to a social media appeal. Read KentOnline's story here.Copyright: KentOnline
The next Prime Minister "must be in favour" of Britain's exit from the European Union, a Kent MP has said.
Conservative Craig MacKinlay aired his views during a debate on Sunday Politics, South East.
Eurotunnel has unveiled new drones which it will use at its French terminal to "stop illegal immigrants".
It comes just days after a Sudanese migrant was jailed for crossing into Kent on foot.
Two British men have pleaded guilty to people smuggling after a boat carrying 20 suspected migrants was rescued off the Kent coast on 29 May.
Robert Stilwell, 33, from Dartford, and Mark Stribling, 35, from Farningham, appeared at Maidstone Crown Court via videolink this morning.
They'll be sentenced on 29 July. You can read the original story here.
The boss of Eurotunnel, Jacques Gounon, has told the BBC he fears Brexit will lead migrants in Calais to make even more desperate attempts to get across the Channel to Kent in the coming months.
He said they are fearful of what security will be like when the UK leaves the EU.
A man has been charged over "threats" made on social media to South Thanet MP Craig Mackinlay.
Mark Verier, 28, of High Street, Ramsgate, was charged with one count of sending offensive, indecent, obscene or menacing communications.
He will appear at Margate Magistrates' Court on 11 August.
Tunbridge Wells MP Greg Clark has paid tribute to one of his predecessors, Lord Mayhew, who died over the weekend, aged 86.
Lord Mayhew was Secretary of State for Northern Ireland between 1992 to 1997.
You can read more about his life and death in this BBC story.