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It's looking it bit rainy in the afternoon on Thursday in Kent.
A 17-year-old boy has been taken to a London hospital after being stabbed in the stomach in Gillingham High Street. Emergency services were called at 13:45 BST. No arrests have been made.
Gillingham's penultimate pre-season friendly saw a come-from-behind victory against Dartford.
Ryan Hayes opened the scoring for the Darts, but second half efforts from Joe Quigley and Emmanuel Osadebe won it for the Gills.
Meanwhile Gillingham have annouced Josh Wright as their new captain.
Meanwhile Dover beat a Millwall XI 2-0 with goals from Ricky Miller and Jamie Grimes. Maidstone drew 1-1 at Leatherhead and Ebbsfleet United were 3-2 winners at Folkestone.
Joe Denly hit a fine century and Daniel Bell-Drummond made 91 as Kent chased down 230 to beat Hampshire by five wickets in the One-Day Cup.
The Spitfires bowled out the hosts for just 229, with six wickets for Matt Coles. Joe Denly, who hit 105, and Daniel Bell-Drummond with 91 put on a double century opening stand to put them in a winning position.
A late collapse saw them lose five wickets for 13, but Kent still won. They're up to 3rd in the South group, one win from the remaining two games could be enough to qualify.
Political editor, BBC South East
More than £2m worth of fines issued to lorry drivers caught with illegal immigrants hiding in their vehicles has gone unpaid.
A report by the Home Affairs Select Committee calls the failure to collect the cash "unacceptable". It also says that 40 illegal immigrants a day were found in the Dover area last summer.
The family of 12-year-old scout, Charlie Girling, who died while attending a jamboree event in Finland have released a statement.
We are so saddened at the loss of our lovely son, Charlie. He was much loved by us and his brother and sister. We have been overwhelmed by the lovely messages that we have received about Charlie, and how much he was loved by his friends and those who knew him.
Although Charlie’s life was short, he lived life to the full, and we are so sad that he will never fulfil all his dreams. He was a keen footballer, did well at school and enjoyed Scouts and we are so proud of all that he achieved. We will miss his cheeky smile, floppy hair and our goodnight cuddles.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for all their care, to everyone at Roihu who could not have done more for Charlie and then looked after us so well since, and to the leaders of 1st Aylesford Scout Group and the wider Scouting family for all their help and support."
Owain Wyn Evans
Will the weather pick up for the end of the week?
I've got the lunchtime forecast.
Meet Mark Sheridan who's just become the first British person to swim the length of Lake Geneva.
A friendly Kent giant, stars announced for jazz festival and "the hills are alive" in Canterbury. Here's my showbiz round up.
Millions of pounds in fines imposed on lorry drivers caught with illegal immigrants has gone uncollected.
The Calais "Jungle" has made Dover a hotspot for people smuggling.
Now politicians are demanding tough action against those caught carrying stowaways.
Dreamland in Margate has an uncertain future. Investors are owed millions and the company running it is no longer a going concern.
There is a critical meeting between creditors and administrators next week, but Mark Newman, an insolvency expert, says this summer is crucial.
When the Royal School for Deaf Children in Margate and the associated Westgate College closed last year it was the end of a local institution - the oldest school of it's kind in the country.
It also left young people in residential care there without a permanent place to go - despite assurances from the authorities.
The investigation into the death of a young scout, illegal migrants in Dover and a strike ballot for industrial action on the trains. Here's this morning's #3in30
Will the rain clear this morning in Kent? Here's my forecast.
Tributes have been paid to a 12-year-old scout who died at an international jamboree in Finland.
Charlie Girling, of the 1st Aylesford Scouts, collapsed on Sunday at Roihu 2016, near Hämeenlinna.
Charlie had been a Year 7 pupil at Maplesden Noakes School in Maidstone. Headteacher Jane Prideaux said teachers were "deeply shocked and saddened" by his death. Read the full story here.
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But to kick the day off thank you to Lisa Kalloo who sent us this photo celebrating her birthday on Ramsgate Main Sands yesterday afternoon - it's our #photooftheday. Happy belated birthday Lisa!