Legislation has made it illegal from May 2021 to burn wet logs that produce a lot of PM 2.5 air pollution. Coal is outlawed from May 2023.
A firm based in Sittingbourne has won a government contract to offer free training for HGV drivers in Kent.
Preventing sewage from entering rivers is complex and involves more than building a bigger storage tank, reducing floods and excess storm water is key
At least 100 supporters gathered in Dover to hold a vigil in memory of the many migrants drowned while trying to cross the English Channel.
S&S Distribution local firm helps its customers donate to the Nourish Community Foodbank 12 days of Christmas campaign.
A quartet of red-billed choughs, once extinct in Kent, have come home for Christmas after a three-month stay at Dover Castle.
Thomas Aveling School is proud of young illustrator from Kent Adam Banks, for his illustration of a children’s book about a dog called Rex
Ros Coward urges readers to take part in the day of action on Sunday 28 November to save Kent’s green spaces.
A brief report of the launch of the Sevenoaks Climate Action Network, with an invitation to readers to join various action groups.
With the British Isles surrounded by tidal water Juliet Blackburn asks, why we can’t generate electricity from the sea.