Our live reporting has come to an end for today - but Bob Dale is back tomorrow morning at 06:00 BST with your #KentLive updates.
Have a nice afternoon.
Kent and Sussex Courier
Residents in west Kent are warned to be on their guard for a potential scam after phones were delivered to people's homes without them being ordered.
Men then turned up on the doorstep demanding the phones be returned. Read the Kent and Sussex Courier's story here.
Heightened French security for Euro 2016 continues with tourists being warned of queues at border control.
A "large quantity" of crack cocaine and heroin was found in a car which failed to stop for Kent Police in Chatham.
Officers pursued the car for a short distance before stopping it and arresting a 41-year-old man and two 16-year-old boys on Sunday.
Faversham brewer Shepherd Neame has announced it will buy eight pubs in Kent, Sussex and Surrey.
It has also said it will transfer a further five pubs in Canterbury and Faversham - which it leases to firm UES - back under its control.
Both deals are worth a total of £13.4m, the company said.
Kent Speedway has called off this evening's National League meeting against Rye House Raiders due to rain.
It has been rearranged for Monday 11 July 18:30 BST.
Our Political Editor Helen Catt is following UKIP leader Nigel Farage around Kent on the Brexit battle bus.
A royal honour, a major development at Pfizer and a safety charity gets celebrity endorsement - here's today's #OnThisDay.
Something to cheer up your Monday morning.
Laurel and Hardy battled through the rain to entertain motor racing fans at Brands Hatch this weekend as part of the American SpeedFest.
Unlucky first match for Chatham's Conor Washington at Euro2016.
Labour and Portslade MP Peter Kyle believes being in the EU makes the UK more secure.
Here's why the Remain camp feels Britain is stronger in Europe.
During the BBC South East debate on the EU referendum, security was discussed. Here's what the Lewes MP - and Vote Leave supporter - Maria Caulfied had to say.
Here are the Vote Leave arguments on intelligence sharing and Brexit.
EU debate gets heated, rail rows continue and clampdown on smoke alarms. I've had a look at the headlines in Kent today.
Ashford's MP Damian Green said the number of EU migrants was "not huge". Watch what he had to say:
Let's look at some facts - how many people migrate to the UK each year?
Immigration dominated much of the the BBC South East referendum debate. Here's what Lord Howard had to say.
How much does the UK trade with its EU partners?
In response to Nigel Farage's comments on the economy, here's what Eleanor Harris, chief executive of Brighton's i360, had to say.
Here's what the UKIP Leader had to say about the economy if Britain left the EU.
Here's Kate Kinsella with the weather for the coming few days.