Here's the first pictures of a critically endangered female Rothschild giraffe, born last week at Port Lympne Wildlife Reserve.
The iconic Scenic Railway in Dreamland in Margate has been closed for "essential repairs".
Plenty of Kent's women cricketers featured at the Ageas Bowl in Stars v Vipers.
But there were concern for Kent captain Charlotte Edwards who hurt her neck. More here.
Today we're remembering the long hot summer of 1976.
BBC Radio Kent's Joe Pocock has been trying some of the fashions for size.
South East Today reporter Simon Jones says the iconic scenic railway at Dreamland is shut.
It's going to be a wet end to the day. I've got the lunchtime forecast.
Rural crime in Kent is continuing to rise with high value farm vehicles most commonly targeted.
Some farmers say they are seen as a soft target by thieves and are turning to specialists to help protect vital equipment.
Mike Stemp is a farmer from Kent, who was burgled in March.
Fourteen prisoners are on the run from Kent jails, but the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) will not release their names. Read the KentOnline report here.
Port Lympne Wildlife Reserve has welcomed a critically endangered female Rothschild giraffe calf - the first to be born at the park, near Ashford for eight years.Copyright: Port Lympne Reserve
Dame Vera Lynn honoured, Big Brother latest and Rocky Horror in Kent. Here's this week's South East entertainment bulletin.
Holcombe Ladies goalkeeper Maddie Hinch's Olympic experience got off to the best possible start as she met Usain Bolt at Heathrow Airport. Here's her latest column for BBC Sport.Copyright: BBC Sport
It's looking like rain will hit Kent later this afternoon. For more detailed information visit BBC Weather here.
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Here are the headlines from Kent's local newspapers:
KentOnline: A 55-year-old man has been arrested and bailed following a crash involving three other vehicles.
Kent News: Fire crews were called onto the River Medway on Sunday night after a 25ft cruiser was on fire.
Kent and Sussex Courier: The police helicopter was scrambled in the early hours of this morning to help search for the occupants of a vehicle who went missing following a crash near the world-famous Otford pond.
Protest at Folkestone, Kent man flown back to the UK and a bus is set on fire. Here's today's #OnthisDay.
I've got your top stories in Kent this morning.
A chemo unit for cancer patients in east Kent will now not reopen until next year. Read the KentOnline report here.
A recently retired prison officer from Kent says there's now so much violence behind bars he fears an officer is going to be killed.
Last year there was a record number of assaults on staff in England and Wales, while in Kent there were more than 800 attacks in a year.
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, the former officer told BBC Radio Kent what he and his colleagues faced.
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