A politician has urged the government to use offices in northern France to allow refugees to apply for UK visas.
Former KCC leader Paul Carter has called for reforms to the 'broken system' of house building in towns and villages.
Kent's youth justice service must improve its care of young children as a councillor calls for a "culture change" amid growing violence concerns.
A education chief says the county is facing a shortfall of teaching assistants in schools.
The NHS has unveiled plans for a new health hub which will provide capacity for more than 20,000 patients.
Hackers have leaked private information from some Kent schools onto the dark web in a cyber attack.
Patients are continuing to face problems booking a GP appointment and there have been calls for urgent action to be taken to improve the situation.
Bosses at a Kent school say they are optimistic the Secretary of State will give their scheme for new outdoor facilities the green light.
People are being urged to book their booster jabs as hospital admissions rise in the county.
Plans for six new classrooms at one of the county's oldest schools have been given the go ahead.
County councillors are split over whether a controversial online booking service at waste recycling centres in Kent should be dumped.
The introduction of charges for home Covid test kits is being considered, Kent County Council's public health chief has warned.
A Kent councillor has said more youth services are needed in the county to cope with a growing mental health crisis among young people.
A work visa scheme should be extended to address an emerging jobs crisis in Kent's farming industry, say local groups.
The county has seen a 20% rise in demand for mental health services following the pandemic.
KCC's economic director has suggested young people could help solve driver shortages faced by the haulage industry.
The number of homes being built in Kent has stalled as a shortage of skilled workers coupled with rising costs of materials hits the housing sector.
A costly plan to redevelop a redundant sorting office into new offices has fallen through with more housing on the cards instead.
Wedding bookings are expected to return to pre-pandemic levels after a busy summer for the industry.
Coronavirus booster jabs are now being rolled out for more than one million Kent residents.
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