Two men failed to declare items worth £80,000 taken from a sunken warship in the Dover Strait.
Warwickshire pair Ian Bell and Dom Sibley share an unbroken 185-run stand to give the Bears a chance of beating Kent.
Ben Nugent turns down a new contract at Gillingham and will leave the League One club at the end of this month.
James Evans, from New Romney, is to move to Cornwall with his girlfriend after his surprise win.
Medway Council is considering a revised plan for 2,000 homes on a former Ministry of Defence site.
A 38-year-old man on the tracks claiming he had a bomb has been detained by police.
Twelve-year-old William Lunn from Snodland, Kent, is being sent to a residential school 50 miles from his home.
The 94-year-old feared he would be unable to take the 560-mile round-trip to old pal's funeral.
Centuries from Sean Dickson and Joe Denly help put Kent in control against Warwickshire at Tunbridge Wells.
Kristopher John Salt, 27, had three adults and six children, including a one-year-old, hiding in his van.
Patrick Viewer's previous firm was forced to pay £7m compensation for disrupted rail services.
British Transport Police bring in more patrols to give passengers "reassurance".
Sunderland begin their first campaign in England's third tier for more than 30 years with a lunchtime kick off at home to Charlton Athletic.
Amanda Spielman also says she supports punishments such as lines, litter-picking and detention.
Kent's Joe Denly and Warwickshire's Jonathan Trott both make fifties as 20 wickets fall in the day at Tunbridge Wells.
Craig Mackinlay says plans for Mama Airlines to fly from Manston to Malaga never got off the ground.
Charlton Athletic expect a group of investors linked to the Australian Football Consortium to complete a takeover of the club.
Police urged anyone who saw the crash, or the minibus just before, to come forward.
Det Supt Nick Stevens says the Met Police is determined to prove "that crime doesn't pay".
Eastleigh sign former Maidstone United defender Josh Hare on a one-year deal.