That's it from us for Tuesday - thanks for joining us today.
We'll be back between 11:00 and 17:00 BST tomorrow.
On his last full day as Prime Minister, David Cameron has announced 31 new free schools - including one in Kent.
It's hoped St Andrew's Primary School will open in Paddock Wood in 2018.
We are delighted that, working with St Andrew’s Church, our proposal for a new primary school for the growing town of Paddock Wood has today been accepted by the Department for Education.
If you missed the news earlier, Chatham trampolinist Kat Driscoll has been included in the Team GB squad for the Rio Olympic games in 3 weeks time.
She's tweeted this image saying she's "lost for words".
Organisers of the Kent County Show are hailing this year's event as a success.
They say over the three days more than 80,000 people came through the gates of the County Showground at Detling, near Maidstone.
Met office warning it could get a bit stormy this afternoon, maybe avoid bringing a brolly...
The introduction of the emergency timetable today represents a big test for the RMT - do they back passengers or continue with unnecessary and unjustified industrial action."
Sam Taylor, a web designer from the South East, says he relies on trains for independence, and when he did try and get a bus replacement service - he was told his wheelchair was too heavy.
A new emergency timetable was introduced by Southern rail yesterday in an effort to end last minute cancellations, however passengers are still complaining of a poor service in Kent and surrounding areas.
After a lovely start to the day, I'm afraid the weather's about to take a bit of a downturn.
North Thanet MP Sir Roger Gale says Theresa May's first cabinet should contain members of both the Remain and Leave camps.
A public inquiry will take place to decide if some of Manston Airport's buildings can be used for things other than aviation.
A date for the inquiry has not yet been announced by the Planning Inspectorate.
The British Olympic Association has today named 13 gymnasts who will compete for Team GB at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, which includes Chatham's trampolinist Kat Driscoll.
The two-time World Champion will make her second Olympic appearance. There was no place in the squad for Maidstone's Courtney Tulloch though.
Sevenoaks MP and Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says Theresa May has a clear mandate as she prepares to take over as Prime Minister.
A site which became derelict after it was bought by Tesco but never developed could become a 500-home development.
Meyer Homes, which bought the Lowfield Street site from the supermarket giant in October, is in discussions with Dartford Borough Council.
A scheme for a Tesco store with flats above was rejected following a public inquiry in 2005. Read the full story here.
Medway gymnast Kat Driscoll is hoping to become the first trampolinist to be selected for two Olympic games when the GB team is announced this lunchtime.
Tell us your story about how Southern's train cuts have affected you and your family.
The company's axed 341 services a day to cope with high levels of staff sickness and an ongoing dispute with the RMT.
Did you notice an improvement in punctuality? Or do you rely on one of the services which has now been cut?
Two horse dealers and a vet have been jailed for fraud after they colluded to sell ill, dangerous and lame horses to unsuspecting buyers.
Charlotte Johnson and Aniela Jurecka drugged horses and ponies and sold them as suitable for children from farms in Staplehurst and Marden, in Kent.
Read the full story here.
Zoo wardens could use the recorded call of an escaped lynx's mother in a bid to capture it.
Bedding from the creature's former home at Port Lympne Reserve in Kent will also be used as the round-the-clock search continues after Flaviu went missing from Dartmoor Zoo on Thursday.
Read the full story here.
It's been a lovely start to the day, but I have some words of warning for this afternoon and tomorrow.
A rail protest, a warning for anglers and an Olympic hopeful. Here's your 3 in 30 with Jessica Banham.
We're here till 17:00 BST, and between now and then we'll be keeping you in touch with the county's top news, sport, weather and travel.
That's what Brian Whitehead did, when he sent us this dramatic shot of an arch on the chine in Ramsgate's Western Undercliff - it's our #photooftheday.