Plans to build a £6.8bn crossing have been branded 'stupidly expensive' by councillors.
More than 300 children under the care of Kent County Council went missing last year, with some still untraceable.
Hundreds of patients who undergo a type of planned surgery will soon have to travel to another hospital instead.
Councillors are set to vote on whether householders will have to pay on average an extra £46 a year.
The county's police force has been told to slash £9 million from its budget in the next financial year.
Top NHS officials have been summoned to a public meeting to explain what is being done to prevent more deaths of newborns.
A system to restrict lorry drivers from using rural roads and thundering through villages is set to be trialled in Kent.
A radical proposal to ban cars from Kent town centres in light of the climate change emergency appears to be gathering support.
A plan to use funds earmarked for tackling knife crime to hire two Trading Standards officers was described as "extraordinary".
Schools are set to increase their capacity by as much as twofold in order to cater for children living at new housing developments.
Dozens of objectors have urged a council not to close a care home for youngsters which was recently rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted.
A bid to sharply increase the cost of residential parking permits could see homeowners with three or more vehicles paying £135 a year.
Plans for the first electric go-kart circuit in the county have been halted after a heated debate between councillors.
A town centre pub built in the 1930s will be turned into a block of flats despite objections from neighbours.
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Around 860 grammar school pupils are being moved into a "modern" six-storey building.
Opposition from more than 150 residents and three councils was not enough to stop a council U-turn on lorries travelling through a village.
Four new powers have been given to PCSOs to tackle crime across the county.
Hundreds of homes, a 75-bedroom hotel, and a petrol station with a drive-through coffee shop have been earmarked for a business centre.
A former council leader has fiercely defended the decision to scrap plans for a new secondary school.