A suspected money laundering ring discovered by police could have put £5.2m of fake notes into the economy.
Several councils in Kent still pray at the start of meetings despite a large number of people in the county being non-religious.
A disabled woman was refused a spot on a council's housing register despite being rendered housebound because her home is not wheelchair accessible.
A petition calling for the replacement of a community centre has been handed to a council.
Care leavers under the age of 25 are one step closer to being exempt from paying council tax.
Kent County Council has declared a climate change emergency but has been accused of "letting down" the younger generation after relaxing targets.
Patients will be "desperately let down" by a changes affecting stroke sufferers, after councillors agreed for three hospital units to close.
Londoners being moved into Kent are "damaging our towns" according to a councillor, as health experts warn about the dangers of commuter communities.
Top officials have admitted children with special educational needs are not getting the services they need following a "distressing" Ofsted report.
A council chief who has been elected for more than a decade has lost his seat to a new local opposition group.
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There is still time to vote as local elections for councils are held across Kent.
From a pub garden to a gym, here are some of the more obscure places which have become temporary polling stations for local elections.
A care home’s plans to build a sewerage system has been put on hold after concerns were raised about the potential impact on a trout farm.
Only a third of the candidates for the upcoming local elections in Kent are women, prompting calls for councils to improve flexibility at work.
Children as young as eight have addressed councillors to urge them to take serious action against climate change.
Before anyone has even stepped foot in a polling station, 24 candidates across the county have already secured their victory.
Councillors have blamed parents for the rise in crime in the county.
A Ukip councillor could be struck off the ballot after posting 'revolting' comments on Facebook where she suggested remain voters 'should be hung.'
A new committee on knife crime set up by Kent County Council is expected to deliver its findings in the autumn.