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The car of a man suspected of killing a 75-year-old in Suffolk has been found in Dover.
Ali Qazimaj, from Suffolk, is suspected of stabbing Peter Stuart.
Mr Stuart's wife, Sylvia, is still missing. Police said hopes of finding her safe and well are fading. Read more here.
Det Ch Supt Andy Brennan, from the National Crime Agency, spoke to reporters on the steps of the Old Bailey about the difficulties in the Richard Huckle paedophile investigation.
Alex Blake hit an unbeaten 66 off 62 balls as Kent overcame a mid-innings collapse to beat Surrey by one wicket in a One-Day Cup thriller at Beckenham.
Safe to say batsman Joe Denly was pleased with their performance!
Rather you than me Dominic...catch Dom from 16:00 BST on BBC Radio Kent to find out more.
Take a look at this rare 30ft plant while you can!
The American Agave plant - which grew through the roof of its Thanet greenhouse - is due to be felled later this week.
Relegated Charlton Athletic have appointed Russell Slade as their new manager.
The 55-year-old former Yeovil Town, Brighton & Hove Albion, Leyton Orient and Cardiff boss has agreed a three-year deal at The Valley.
BBC South East Today's Jane Witherspoon, in court for Richard Huckle's sentencing, has these observations:
Child abuser Richard Huckle, 30, from Ashford, admitted carrying out the abuse in Malaysia against children aged between six months and 12 years.
The judge sentenced him to a minimum of 23 years in prison. Read more here.
A sport update now. Orpington's Dina Asher-Smith finished 4th in the 100 metres at the Diamond League meeting in Birmingham.
In the men's 100 metres Dartford's Adam Gemili came home 6th.
Police are appealing for information after a teenager was bitten by a dog.
The 18-year-old says it happened in Shorncliffe Road, Folkestone, between 10:00 BST and 11:00 BST on Tuesday 2 June.
She suffered injuries to her hands after the incident. She described the dog as being “large and brown”. Anyone with information should call Kent Police on 01843 222289.
The leader of Thanet District Council has pleaded with the public to continue its support of Dreamland after it went into administration.
Speaking on BBC Radio Kent, UKIP councillor Chris Wells said he was confident the historic Margate attraction would survive.
The parents of a Maidstone toddler, who died from meningitis B, have vowed to keep raising awareness of the disease, despite the government rejecting vaccination pleas.
Watch what they had to say after a sponsored charity "toddle" in Maidstone:
At least the scarecrow version of Elsa's been spotted there...
She's part of the Scarecrow Festival to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations. It runs until Saturday 11 June.
A huge fire, a deadly spider in Maidstone and a water shortage across the South East. Here's today's #OnThisDay.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service says smoke from the Higham fire has now cleared and residents can reopen windows and doors. Fire crews are now damping down any remaining hot spots.
Take a look at this...
The annual Custard Pie Championships took place in Coxheath over the weekend. Teams came from across the world to take part, mostly in fancy dress. The reigning champions from Japan were knocked out early on. And the winners were The Custard-teers from the UK.
Row continues between RMT and Southern Railway, landfill targets met and an endangered Kent-born rhino gives birth.
I've taken a look at the main headlines for you this morning.
It's looking like a sunny and warm day. Here's Kate Kinsella with your forecast.
It's one of the world's most famous races and a real test of endurance. I've been finding out just what it takes to compete in 24 hours of Le Mans - by visiting the Kent-based workshop of Jota.
But do the cars and drivers really race for the full 24 hours? I asked team principle Sam Higgnett. My report is on the BBC Radio Kent Breakfast Show with John and Maggie at 07:39 BST.
It's believed up to 40 firefighters were sent to the industrial estate in Higham, leading to Kent Fire and Rescue issuing this warning:
A large fire at an industrial estate in Higham has led to people living nearby being urged to keep their doors and windows closed.
Kent Fire and Rescue issued the warning after sending eight fire engines to tackle the blaze in Canal Road.
A union claims it has "conclusive evidence" Southern Rail has been deliberately cancelling services and blaming staff sickness.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) has written to the managing director of the rail firm accusing the company of "lying".
The two sides are embroiled in a bitter row over the role of conductors. Southern described the claims as "simply ludicrous". Here's a look at some of the rail issues commuters have faced so far this year.
Hundreds of protesters from different villages united on Saturday, calling for the council to scrap plans to build a new "garden town". If the plans are approved, 12,000 new homes would be built around Sellindge.
At 07:05 BST BBC Radio Kent Breakfast with John and Maggie will be speaking to the MP for Folkestone and Hythe, Damian Collins and Hilary Newport from CPRE Kent.