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  1. That's it from us

    Amanda Akass

    BBC Live reporter

    Thanks for joining us - we'll be back tomorrow at 06:00 GMT.

    In the meantime you can still get in touch on  Twitter , on  Facebook , or by sending us an  email .

  2. 'They've made it impossible for me'

    A woman from Tonbridge says the government's new disability allowance assessment has left her unable to work and dependent on benefits to live.

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    Video caption: Woman says government disability assessment has left her unable to work
  3. Make a difference in March

    What will your #onegooddeed be in March? Join us as we try to make Kent a better place.  

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    Video caption: Launch of One Good Deed campaign
  4. Cold start to the day

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter

    It will be wet and cold tomorrow. Watch my forecast to find out more.

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    Video caption: Weather in the South East
  5. Dead dog found in public park

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    The body of a Staffordshire bull terrier bitch was found dumped in a park in Margate.

    The dog's remains were in a plastic bag, alongside a teddy bear, in Dane Park.

    It's not yet known how she died.

    The RSPCA are investigating.

    Quote Message: This was a really heartbreaking situation and a harrowing find for the couple that found this poor dog. We don't know how she came to be there, and there's no obvious reason for her death but we are suspicious about the circumstances." from Sara Howlett RSPCA
    Sara HowlettRSPCA
  6. Hunt for missing teenager

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Police say they're worried about a 15-year-old boy who's gone missing in Gravesend.

    Adam Chapman hasn't been seen since 08:45 GMT this morning, when he was in the Kings Drive area.

    He's white, slim build with short brown hair and black-rimmed glasses, and was wearing black trousers and blazer and carrying a dark rucksack.

  7. Man detained after fatal fire

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    A 38-year-old man's been arrested on suspicion of arson after a fire in Maidstone in which a man died and two others were injured.

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    Video caption: Fatal fire in Maidstone
  8. Rail talks to resume on Wednesday

    The train driver's union Aslef says talks to try and resolve the dispute about driver-only operated trains will begin again on Wednesday. 

    The talks with Southern rail won't involve ACAS, the TUC or the guards union, the RMT.

  9. Make a difference in March

    What will your #onegooddeed be in March? Join us as we try to make Kent a better place.

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    Video caption: Launch of One Good Deed campaign
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    Video caption: Steve Williams is sick of Southern's service
  11. Easter rail travel hit by London Bridge works

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Rail passengers travelling from the South East through London face disruption over the Easter break, as work continues to overhaul London Bridge station.

    London Bridge station

    There'll be no Southeastern services to or from Charing Cross, Waterloo East and London Bridge on Good Friday, Easter Saturday, 14 and 15 April.

    No trains will run to or from Cannon Street from 14 - 17 April.

    There'll also be no Southeastern trains at Deptford, Greenwich, Maze Hill or Westcombe Park over the whole Easter break.

    Services will also be affected during the bank holidays in May and August.

    Quote Message: We understand that it has been tough and urge passengers to plan ahead throughout 2017, while we work round-the-clock on our Railway Upgrade Plan to improve journeys to and through London for the millions of passengers that use the UK’s busiest stretch of railway each year.' from Andrew Hutton Lead development manager for London Bridge station, Network Rail
    Andrew Hutton Lead development manager for London Bridge station, Network Rail
  12. Are you owed money by Southern?

    Brighton station

    If you had a Southern season ticket last year, and you haven't been told you're eligible for a refund, you should contact the operator now.

    Last December the government announced a one-off compensation scheme just for Southern's passengers, to make up for the severe disruption of 2016.

    You'll get a payout if you had season tickets for at least 12 weeks, between 1 April and 31 December.

    Southern says it's already contacted passengers who qualify, but if you think you do and you haven't heard anything, you can check here .

    Quote Message: Last year was very difficult for Southern passengers and I am glad this scheme recognises this. I would urge season ticket holders to go online and claim if they believe they are eligible for compensation.' from Angie Doll Passenger Services Director, Southern
    Angie Doll Passenger Services Director, Southern
  13. Bluewater expansion begins

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Bluewater Shopping Centre

    Work has begun on an expansion at Bluewater.

    The shopping centre in North Kent is getting four new cinema screens and three new restaurants.

    It'll give the cinema complex a total of 17 screens.

    Owners Land Securities say work has already started and should be completed by Christmas.

  14. This morning's Kent newspaper headlines

    Stack of newspapers

    Kent Online : Fighter Matt unbroken by terminal cancer diagnosis

    Kent News:  ‘Dinner with the Donald' Nigel Farage meets with Trump and senior advisers

    Kent and Sussex Courier:  'Discarded cigarette' thought to be the cause of a house fire in Canterbury