A handful of callers with mental health issues is costing the county's police around half a million pounds, it's been revealed.
A charity boss is pressing for domestic abuse refuges for men to be set up in every county - as a new women's one opens in Kent.
Councillors say a high-level interim report about building regulations shows existing fire safety practices are "not fit for purpose".
Kent County Council has introduced a £5,000 fine for estate agents who fail to declare their fees to customers.
A media entrepreneur has received this year’s prestigious Kent Invicta Award for his contribution to the county's economy.
The safety of Kent's key areas were put under the spotlight amid fears of a nerve agent attack.
GPs in Kent are diagnosing HIV in half of cases in Kent late, meaning patients do not discover they have the virus until it is in the latter stages.
Kent County Council has halted plans to cut dozens of bus routes that would have saved the authority £4m over two years.
Vital consultation services used new mothers are being cut across Kent to save money.
A council is meeting tonight for a vote on petitioning the Government to lower the voting age to 16.
Lessons can be learned for the future after Kent was brought to a standstill by the Beast from the East, councillors have been told.
A water firm official was quizzed by councillors today over its handling of flooding which has left thousands without supplies.
Mothers took their campaign to county hall amid plans to close 13 breastfeeding clinics.
A plan to close more than a dozen breastfeeding support clinics is discussed this week - as a petition against the move gathers momentum.
Lorries that "cause more damage than 10,000 cars" should be banned from parts of Kent, a councillor has claimed.
Nurses in Kent dealt with around 100 aggressive outbursts from patients every day last year.
Nurseries in Kent are relying on coffee mornings to stay in business under government funding rules, it's been claimed.
The leader of KCC has come under fire for claiming there is no glass ceiling in the authority - despite only having one woman in his top team.
The man in charge of five Kent schools also claimed the scheme for disadvantaged families is 'patronising'.
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