- Updates on Thursday 16 June
Here's Elizabeth with the weather for this afternoon and the weekend.
Five men have been prevented from travelling to Euro 2016 through Dover.
The men, from Southampton, Middlesborough, Stockport, Shropshire and Darlington, were targeted by spotters from Kent Police, as football supporters who could potentially disrupt the tournament in France.
More than 4,000 fans were screened at Kent's ports on Wednesday.
Dreamland in Margate marks the first anniversary of its reopening this weekend.
There's also a change to the way visitors are charged, with entry-by-wristband replaced by pay-as-you-ride.
The company running the heritage amusement park went into administration three weeks ago, but the man who designed it told BBC Radio Kent he's confident it will still be a success.
Kent's politicians have continued to pay tribute to Jo Cox MP, who was murdered in Birstall, West Yorkshire.
This weekend Margate's Dreamland marks one year since it reopened.
Despite the heritage amusement park going into administration 3 weeks ago, chief executive Eddie Kemsley told BBC Radio Kent that it's very much open for business.
Orpington's Dina Asher-Smith continued her preparations for the Olympics in Rio by winning the women's 200m in Stockholm's Diamond League event.
Tributes paid to hero, hospital problems and a care home protest.
Here's today's #OnThisDay.
A rainy afternoon in Kent awaits. For the BBC's forecast visit here.Copyright: BBC
A group of MPs are forming a scrutiny committee to put Southern Rail under the spotlight.
The group insists it won't be afraid to call for the train company to lose its franchise, if need be.
It comes as the RMT union claims the company is deliberately cancelling trains which could be crewed. The company denies the claims.
The South East's air ambulance is to continue flying from its current bases in Surrey and Kent, reversing a previous decision to relocate.
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance Trust (KSSAAT) said it will stay at Redhill Aerodrome and Marden, and will not move to a new base in Paddock Wood. Read the full BBC story here.
Kent Spitfires are back in T20 Blast action this evening as they head to Cardiff to take on Glamorgan.
Hear commentary of the match on BBC Radio Kent medium wave, DAB or via BBC Sport here.
Speaking on BBC Radio Kent, Chatham and Aylesford MP Tracey Crouch pays tribute to Jo Cox, the Labour MP shot and stabbed on Thursday.
Campaigners trying to save the Red Lion pub in the village of Wingham are celebrating after a plan to turn it into houses was deferred last night.
Dover District Council deferred the decision for three months so an independent review of marketing can take place and the campaign group can submit a viable proposition.
The pub is 750 years old and a Grade II-listed property, putting it in the same league as London's Battersea Power Station and Coliseum Theatre.
The roads seem to be running smoothly this morning. You can see more information here.Copyright: BBC
People smugglers jailed, a major development in Ashford and the Air Ambulance won't be moving.
Here are this morning's top stories in Kent - it's our #3in30.
Kent's MPs have been expressing their sorrow over the murder of fellow MP Jo Cox who was shot and stabbed on Thursday.
Georgina Burnett is here with your Kent weather this morning:
In case you missed it, this is sure to make you smile...
Model railway enthusiast Roy James was banished to his shed by his partner who didn't share his love of trains.
It was the start of something very special. BBC South East Today's Robin Gibson went along to take a look.