Plans to build a recycling centre have been given the go ahead despite numerous objections.
A much-loved venue under financial strain because of coronavirus has received a hefty council boost.
A cash-strapped leisure trust faces significant job losses after a Kent council's cabinet refused to approve an emergency bailout loan of £120,000.
Fears have been expressed by education bosses over a potential surge in the number of "disaffected" pupils not returning to school in September.
A council has stepped in to fund a scholarship for a student wishing to study at the county's only medical school.
There are fears children will miss out on free school meals if their parents are made redundant in the next few weeks.
Health planners were warned in October 2016 about PPE shortages and were told a pandemic posed a "significant threat" to Kent.
A council has faced warnings against selling £1m of assets to bridge a £4.6m cash deficit because of coronavirus
An 18-month trial to help decide the best way to tackle flooding is to be carried out by Kent County Council.
A Kent council could axe a third of its councillors to save £1 million as it faces up to a bleak financial future.
Calls have been made to the government to help fill a £245m deficit across 14 councils in the county.
A Kent farm boss says fruit-picking robots could solve the industry's jobs crisis.
Two more councillors have written to the council to turn down the 4.2% rise in their allowance.
Up to £130 million of savings could be needed by the council over the next three years due to the pressures of the coronavirus.
Asylum-seeking children have been transferred from Kent to be cared for by other local authorities for the first time in more than two years.
Delay fails to bridge gap between pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and those who have been tutored during lockdown says councillor.
A councillor has turned down her 4.2% pay rise because accepting it makes her "uncomfortable" in the current economic climate.
At least 24 Kent schools have been unable to obtain free school meal vouchers online during the pandemic.
A controversial pay increase of more than 4% for councillors has been approved.
Fears of a second coronavirus wave have sparked calls to make sure any further lockdowns will not be countywide.
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