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Eight-thousand students from all over Kent and Sussex have been taking part in the "Big Bang Festival" at the South of England Showground in the West Sussex village of Ardingly.
And it looks like our reporter Bryony MacKenzie is really enjoying herself...
Watch BBC South East Today at 18:30 BST to find out more.
It's the 100th anniversary of one of the most famous battles of all time - The Somme. One of the first into action was 18-year-old Lieutenant Frank Thornely, who survived.
BBC South East Today's Robin Gibson has been to meet his daughter and grandson who live in Kent.
Kent grab 10 points and go top of Division Two in the County Championship.
The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards is to explore his formative years in Dartford in a BBC documentary.
"Keith Richards - The Origin Of The Species" will look at the guitarist's pre-Stones life as part of BBC Two's My Generation season.
The 72-year-old will also "hand-pick" two nights of films and live performances on BBC Four.
Keith Richards' Lost Weekend will run in September and feature an interview with the Rolling Stone each night, in which he will explain his selections. Read more details here.
Gillingham Midfielder Josh Wright has signed a new contract at Priestfield that'll see him at the club until the summer of 2018.
The 26-year-old made 44 appearances across all competitions for the Gills last season and also captained the side on a handful of occasions.
Kent and Sussex Courier
The parents of a man who disappeared six years ago and was eventually found in Spain have said there needs to be a change in the way authorities deal with missing people.
Matthew Green, who is from Sittingbourne, is now back in the UK and being treated in a psychiatric hospital.
Speaking during Prime Minister's Questions, David Cameron said there'll be extra compensation for passengers caught up in the dispute between Southern Rail and the RMT.
Bring a strong brolly with you this afternoon - it's going to be wet and windy. Here's your weather for the afternoon.
Game Of Thrones latest, a Beatles musical and big names coming to a jazz festival. Here's our South East entertainment round-up.
Rio Olympic qualification and Wimbledon latest. Here's our round-up of this week's South East sports news.
Four 17-year-old boys have been charged with attacking two men in an alleyway in Sheerness.
Kent Police were called to the High Street at 12:44 BST on Saturday 28 May, where one victim, who was in his 20s, had suffered severe facial injuries while the other, who was in his 50s, was not seriously hurt.
All four teens were charged with assault and grievous bodily harm.
Two of the four have been remanded in custody and two released on bail before their appearance at Medway Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday 5 July.
Kent's overseas signing Tom Latham survived this huge appeal last night. Question - is he out? Unsurprisingly Derbyshire seem to think so...
Kent 45-1, trailing by 150. You can listen to full commentary of Day Four here.
Friday will mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the Battle of the Somme - the bloodiest engagement of World War One which left more than 19,000 British soldiers dead on the first day. Because of that calamity the diversionary attack before has been all but forgotten - but not in the South East.
Science students from Kent have headed to Ardingly in Sussex for the Big Bang Fair South East.
Our reporter Bryony MacKenzie will be there all day...
Dog attacks, migrants crossing the Channel and restoration at a historic house. Here's Stuart Maisner with this morning's #3in30
Good morning, here's your Kent weather forecast.
Enjoy your day. Rachel
Dartford crossing charges, Brighton Pier for sale and a smuggler sentenced - here's this morning's #OnThisDay.
Hello from the team in Kent, we're here until 17:00 BST with the latest news, sport, weather and travel.
We start the morning with a picture of a robin enjoying the warm sun between the clouds at St Peters, Broadstairs. Thanks Peter Selwood for this one - it's our #photooftheday.