- Live updates on Friday 1 July 2016
Welsh football fans are calling for UEFA to delay the start of the Euro 2016 quarter final against Belgium in Lille tonight.
Many have been stuck in three-hour delays at the Channel Tunnel.
Ewan Williams travelled from Cardiff earlier and spoke to BBC Radio Kent live from the terminal.
An accident on the M20 at junction 6 has caused severe disruption on the motorway. For up-to-date information click here.
Building a second runway at Gatwick Airport would be "the biggest destruction of British heritage since the Blitz", campaigners have said.Quote Message: We would see irreversible destruction of Britain's heritage and quality of life for hundreds of thousands of people in Kent, Surrey and Sussex." from Sally Pavey CPRE Sussex
Read the BBC News story here.
This month marks the 50th anniversary of England's World Cup victory. Over 90,000 people were at Wembley and a huge audience watched on TV. We want to know where and how you watched England’s 4-2 victory.
Maidstone United's co-owner Terry Casey has told the BBC his side's dramatic play-off victory means the club will have to spend £1m on a new stand and pitch.
Listen to the full interview on BBC Radio Kent Saturday Breakfast at 07:45 BST.
You can hear the full interview on BBC Radio Kent's Saturday Breakfast at 07:45 BST.
Men dressed in World War One uniforms have been photographed marching in Folkestone.
Many of the soldiers who fought in the war left in boats from the Kent town.
BBC Radio Kent news editor Libby Sutcliffe has been tweeted by musician Cerys Matthews who is stuck in Folkestone. She is waiting for a train to take her to Wales' Euro 2016 match in France...
G4S has taken over the running of non-emergency transport for patients in Kent and Medway. Watch what John Shaw, from G4S, has to say to patients:
It looks like many fans stuck at Folkestone may miss Wales' Euro 2016 clash with Belgium. Read the WalesOnline report here.
BBC South East Today reporter Simon Jones says the Eurotunnel delay has increased.
Men dressed in World War One uniforms have been spotted around the country, marking the centenary of the Battle of the Somme. They have now arrived in Kent...
Police are at Minster Primary School after a bomb threat was made to the Ramsgate school.
The school was evacuated while the building was searched.
Kent Police said nothing suspicious was found, however, officers remain at the scene.
Will the rain continue today or can sunshine break through the cloud?
Hundreds of passengers were stranded inside the Channel Tunnel last night after a train from Calais to Folkestone broke down.
John Keefe, from Eurotunnel, said safety was paramount.
Gravesend's Gemma Arterton is returning to the West End stage playing Joan of Arc.
The former Bond girl is set to star in a production of George Bernard Shaw's, Saint Joan, at London's Donmar Warehouse theatre this autumn.
Eurotunnel says there are now three-hour passenger delays following last night's breakdown in the tunnel.
Today sees the 100th anniversary of the first day of the Battle of the Somme. KentOnline has this report.
Ceremonies have been held across Kent to mark the centenary of the start of the Battle of the Somme.
BBC Radio Kent will be creating a garden at the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show this year.
Sarah Morgan's design takes inspiration from Whitstable and the north east Kent coast landscape.
Take a look at it in 360 degrees by clicking here.