BBC : Kent
21h33 26  février
Billy Monger completes ’epic’ Comic Relief challenge
The racing driver, who had both legs amputated in 2017, has walked, cycled and kayaked 140 miles.
Ashford man killed after fake notes used for drugs, court hears
Two teenagers deny murdering 19-year-old Jaydon McFarlane who was stabbed to death in Ashford.
Covid vaccine: Man denies sending Wrexham plant suspect package
Anthony Collins, 53, of Chatham, denies sending a suspect package to the Wrexham plant in January.
Derbyshire and Kent schoolboys deny terrorism offences
The pair, 15 and 16, will stand trial at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 28 June.
Gay adoption row magistrate Richard Page loses appeal
Richard Page, who opposed a same-sex adoption, has his appeal dismissed by a panel of judges.
MPs investigate ditching smart motorways
A coroner says the roads - where hard shoulders become lanes at busy times - create a death risk .
06h27 25  février
Medway Maritime Hospital: A&E rated ’inadequate’ over ambulance delays
Medway NHS Foundation Trust said it had made improvements after patients faced eight-hour delays.
Rough sleeper numbers ’down a third in a year’
Just under 2,700 people were sleeping rough on one autumn night in 2020, official estimates suggest.
18h21 19  février
Dartford Crossing: More than 1m sat in ’inactive’ Dart Charge accounts
Thousands of payment accounts for the Dartford Crossing are lying dormant, Highways England says.
21h07 16  février
Napier Barracks ’not suitable’ for asylum seekers during pandemic
Officials raised concerns over dormitories at Napier Barracks before a Covid outbreak, a court hears.
Covid South African variant: Surge testing areas to expand
Additional community testing is to take place in Norfolk, Southampton, Surrey and Manchester.
16h48 26  février
Covid-19: What have lockdowns and restrictions meant for musicians?
Music in a pandemic: Guerrilla gigs, song-writing compulsions and learning an Elizabethan guitar.
Coronavirus levels ’burning quite hot’ in some of UK
Infection rates are declining overall, but some regions are seeing a rise in cases.
Vaccine passports’: Will I need one for going out, work and travel?
The government is reviewing whether venues can ask for proof of vaccination or a negative test.
16h54 27  février
Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
01h05 29  janvier
Coronavirus: How the UK dealt with its first Covid case
A year ago, the UK was yet to record a Covid case. Then a family rang NHS 111 from a hotel in York.
11h14 27  février
Portsmouth v Gillingham
Live coverage of Saturday’s League One game between Portsmouth and Gillingham.
Charlton Athletic 0-3 Blackpool
Charlton’s home horrors in League One continue as they are comprehensively beaten by Blackpool and have two players sent off in the process.
Bromley 3-1 Altrincham
Michael Cheek scores twice as Bromley win 3-1 in the National League at home to Altrincham.
15h59 24  février
Millie Knight: New concussion ’tough’ for visually impaired skier
Visually impaired skier Millie Knight says it is really tough after suffering another concussion in a training crash.
20h51 23  février
AFC Wimbledon 1-0 Gillingham
Jack Rudoni’s stunning late strike gives AFC Wimbledon a vital win in their relegation fight as they beat Gillingham.