A recruitment drive to employ 200 more police officers in Kent - believed to be one of the largest of its kind in the country - gets under way today.
It comes after transport minister Chris Grayling said there would be no lorries stopped at ports after Brexit.
A council's investment in tobacco companies has come in for renewed criticism, with some dubbing it hypocritical.
The transport secretary has vowed to keep Kent's roads moving following concerns raised on Question Time the county would be gridlocked after Brexit.
An extra £2 million has been found to tackle a huge backlog in pothole repairs, amid mounting criticism of the state of Kent's roads.
A Facebook page used by far right leaders has been taken down - just days after they were convicted in Kent of religious harassment.
Kent County Council has been using a legal loophole to dismiss claims from motorists whose vehicles were damaged by poor road surfaces.
Brexit could mean a huge rise in trading standards checks at ports - from a couple of dozen to several hundred a year.
Labour's triumph in Rochester West was a shock even for the victorious party
The contractor that runs Kent's non-emergency ambulance service says it aims to improve after almost a third of patients were late for appointments.
Kent Police says it has seen a sharp rise in cases of stalking and harassment
Water companies are being urged to consider giving compensation to the thousands left without supplies for days.
The former leader of Ukip has set up a new party called OneNation, which vows to "campaign unceasingly for our full independence from the EU".
Patient care won't be affected despite a huge £7.3m deficit for GP services, a health group has claimed.
Developers will face action if they hoard land which has planning permission, Prime Minister Theresa May has warned.
Councils could be stripped of their powers to decide how many houses are built in their area, the government is warning.
All women shortlist for key Kent target seat
The Conservatives have taken control of Thanet council - two years after they were ousted
EU remain campaign group says Brexit will hit jobs and investment in county
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