- Updates on Tuesday 28 June 2016
A woman who was shot by her partner has spoken to BBC South East Today after he was finally rearrested while being on the run for 10 years.
Martine Almansa was shot with a powerful air gun by John Soares in their Ashford home in 2003.
Read the BBC News investigation which helped secure Soares's arrest here.
A sailing club under threat, a nightmare rail journey and good news for booze cruisers - #OnThisDay in Kent.
Six Iranian migrants have been rescued from a small boat in the English Channel after the craft was reported to be heading towards the UK.
BBC Radio Kent has discovered the French authorities have carried out at least 10 similar rescues in 2016. Gerrard Barron from the Boulogne lifeboat said this:
Take a look here for the latest on Kent's roads with the rush hour coming up.Copyright: BBC
BBC South East Special Correspondent
He's been on the run for over a decade, but now we've located John Soares, a fugitive who repeatedly shot his partner Martine Almansa with a powerful air gun in their Ashford home in 2003.
In 2011 Soares was captured by police but was released from prison before his trial and again fled. He was sentenced in his absence to 12 years in jail. Now, after an exclusive investigation - we located the dangerous wanted criminal.
But why did Kent Police struggle to capture him? I put this question to Det Supt Andy Pritchard.
Dover Harbour Board has appointed a new chairman.
Richard Everitt replaces George Jenkins, chairman since 2013.
Mr Everitt, a solicitor, spent 10 years as chief executive of the Port Authority of London.
A series of racist incidents have been reported across the country following the EU referendum result.
BBC Radio Kent has been asking whether Europeans living and working in Kent still feel welcome in the UK.
A 60-year-old woman had a necklace stolen by a man who approached her in Gravesend, Kent Police have said.
The theft took place in Berkley Road at 13:55 BST on Sunday. The suspect was reported to be slim, around 5ft 5in and wearing a grey tracksuit with the hood up.
The necklace was gold and said to be worth around £175.
A gunman, on the run for a decade after shooting his partner, has been captured on a remote tropical French island.
A BBC South East Today investigation tracked John Soares, 51, to Reunion, a French overseas territory in the Indian Ocean.
Read the BBC News story here.
For people living in West Kent, Brexit could have another major repercussion.
Gatwick Airport says the decision to leave the EU strengthens its case for a second runway.
The government-appointed Davies Commission has come down on the side of a third runway at Heathrow, with a decision due soon.
But Alastair McDermid from Gatwick says a new Prime Minister may side with the Sussex airport.
It looks like the cloud will turn to rain later in Kent. Take a more detailed look at the forecast here.Copyright: BBC
A former judo champion from Kent has admitted being part of a people smuggling gang that attempted to bring 18 Albanians into the country.
The illegal migrants were picked up from a sinking boat near Dymchurch over the May bank holiday weekend.
Robert Stilwell, who won a gold medal at the 2000 Commonwealth Championships in Canada, pleaded guilty alongside Mark Stribling, also from Kent, at Maidstone Crown Court.
BBC South East Today's Claudia Sermbezis has the above report.
This message and photo was posted in Bayhall Road, Tunbridge Wells.
You can read the Kent and Sussex Courier story here.
South East MEP Nigel Farage has addressed the European Parliament for the first time since the referendum result. Watch him tell fellow MEPs, "you're not laughing now".
Prior to yesterday's Euro 2016 defeat to Iceland, the country's ambassador told BBC Radio Kent how to say "you're not singing anymore" in Icelandic. He also gave his scoreline prediction...
A third day of play between Kent and Derbyshire in the County Championship continues. You can listen to the match here.Copyright: BBC
Here are this morning's top stories in Kent - our #3in30 with Bob Dale.
Take a trip down memory lane to 1976 when the county had its warmest summer for 250 years.
Read the KentOnline story here.
It's just a week until the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
But will the BBC Radio Kent garden be ready in time?