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A woman and a teenage boy have been caught on CCTV stealing money from a charity box set up to help a teenager who has been given two years to live.
Kelly Turner, who lives in Dover, has a rare form of cancer and her family need £1m to pay for specialist treatment in America.
The charity money was taken from a newsagents in Hythe.
Attempts to make the Kent Test "tutor proof", a man spending four weeks in a coma, and huge lorries driving through the countryside. #OnThisDay in Kent.
Kent go to Surrey in their final T20 Blast group game this evening, but their chances of making the quarter finals look to be over.
Essex's victory over Middlesex last night saw them move into 4th spot in the Southern Group with one game still to play.
The Spitfires need a huge victory to boost their run rate, whilst hoping other results also go in their favour if they are to qualify.
Commentary of that match on BBC Radio Kent medium wave and DAB from 18:30 BST as well as online here.
What's the weather up to for the weekend? Here's my latest forecast.
The authorities in Dover are hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst, after last weekend's horrendous tailbacks along the M20 and M2.
BBC Radio Kent presenter James Whale became one of 15 celebrities last night to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house.
On entering the Channel 5 reality show house he said: "I've always been the person who was picked when they couldn't get the person they always wanted and that suited me fine.
"I'm going into the house for the rest and the money".
Robert Stilwell and Mark Stribling were caught smuggling 18 Albanians into the UK on a small boat.
Watch footage from the helicopter as their plan was foiled.
New Gillingham captain Josh Wright has been speaking to BBC Radio Kent.
BBC South East Health Correspondent
We can reveal that as many as 12,000 people a year are treated in the corridors of the A&E department at Medway Maritime Hospital. Here's my exclusive report.
Two men have each been jailed for more than four years for smuggling 18 Albanian migrants into the UK.
They were caught as the group, including two children, were rescued from their sinking inflatable boat a mile-and-a-half off Kent in May.
Immigration officials said the Albanians were in a "perilous" state without life jackets and facing potential death. Read the BBC News story here.
More than 50,000 two-litre bottles of water have been delivered to Dover Coastguard by Kent County Council.
The water will be distributed to motorists if there's a repeat of last week's traffic hold-ups at the Port of Dover.
Here are the top stories from Kent's local papers this morning:
KentOnline: Divers find ID card belonging to Mariola Cudworth, known as Mika, a year after she was killed by husband Jon Cudworth
KentNews: Gravesend business raided in £1.4m fuel fraud investigation
Kent and Sussex Courier: A newsagent in Hythe has described thieves who stole money raised for a terminally ill teenager as "disgusting"
A GP's surgery near Ashford is offering its patients "gardening therapy".
It helps them stay healthy and prevents social isolation.
You can hear more this weekend on Sunday Gardening with Andy Garland, on BBC Radio Kent from 08:00 BST, or listen again here from Monday.
Calls for rail strike talks, laser pens and a Kent Big Brother contestant. Here's this mornings top stories. #3in30
After a dull start, will things pick up?
I've got the forecast for the weekend.
We can reveal that as many as 12,000 people a year are treated in the corridors of the A&E department at the Medway Maritime Hospital.
There were nearly 100 cases of laser pens aimed at pilots flying into Gatwick and Heathrow this year.
This demonstration uses a laser pen surrendered to police at Gatwick Airport.