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A 12-year-old child is among the people brought to shore after two boats were spotted in the Channel.
WBBL Play-off Final coaches Len Busch and Jesper Sundberg are expecting a tough game between the league's top two sides.
Ben Coad takes 6-52 as Yorkshire defeat a stubborn Kent side by 172 runs on the final day at Canterbury.
Carl Eldred killed his brother Lee on the A26 in Hadlow after the pair had an argument.
The South East will go to the polls on 23 May to elect 10 MEPs.
Hadlow College is requesting to be put into educational administration following financial trouble.
Alan Tutin groped women and girls under the guise of performing intimate medical examinations.
Debbie Griggs went missing while pregnant with her fourth child more than 20 years ago.
The BBC has tracked the killings to uncover the stories of those who have lost their lives.
Gary Ballance makes 159 as Yorkshire close in on victory over Kent after a dominant third day at Canterbury.
A rare condition has left a Tunbridge Wells girl bedridden as her arteries are 'crushed' by body.
Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's League One play-off semi-final second leg between Charlton Athletic and Doncaster.
Protests began at schools in Birmingham where the No Outsiders programme was being taught.
Four in 10 MEPs are not defending their seats so at least 30 new MEPs may only serve a few months.
Sarbast Mohammad Hama appeared in court charged with conspiracy to assist unlawful immigration.
Kent's Ollie Robinson scores a second Championship century in two games but Yorkshire fight back on day two.
Beach-goers say they have been inspired to clean up by the legendary naturalist's documentaries.
Daniel Russell uses photography as therapy for bipolar disorder.
Richard Page, who opposed a same-sex adoption, claims he has been discriminated against as a Christian.
Six vulnerable young victims had to ask permission to use drug money to buy food.