The number of children who have returned to school in the county has been revealed.
A huge backlog of birth registrations has left thousands of parents unable to register their newborn during the coronavirus crisis.
Calls have been made for the Border Force to 'do their job' in returning migrants.
A councillor believes post-mortem examinations should have been carried out on people who have died from coronavirus to help understand the disease.
Hundreds of people in Kent have fallen victim to coronavirus scammers since the pandemic started.
Concerns that a secondary school expansion would allow students to spy on neighbouring houses have been addressed with plans for opaque windows.
A total of 240 lorries will head through a village every day causing a "severe" impact on the road network after a council judgement.
Kent County Council has said it could call a council tax referendum to up the rate residents pay by 6% or more.
More than a quarter of the county's 547 care facilities have reported cases of coronavirus.
Plans for a one-way system and 20mph speed limit in a town centre are being considered ahead of lockdown measures being eased.
Kent's 14 councils face a mounting financial deficit of £245million from the coronavirus crisis, it has emerged.
A care home manager has accused the Government of virtually ignoring the industry she has worked in for 49 years.
A county council-owned company was the victim of a cyber attack in which a huge Bitcoin ransom was demanded.
Fears have been raised about transport problems and how to protect historical sites should a multi-million pound redevelopment go ahead.
Plans to connect Bluewater and a 6,000 home development have been approved.
The shocking cost of lockdown on Kent's £4 billion tourism sector has been revealed.
Calls for a public inquiry have been made after 17 people in one care home died with coronavirus.
A council committee was asked to take urgent action as lobbying to suspend the 11-plus exams in light of the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Recommendations from a pandemic exercise have apparently not been applied to the current crisis.
A major redevelopment scheme could press ahead if backed by councillors during a crunch meeting this week.
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