As KCC's budget consultation continues, we speak to each party to hear what they want to see happen with the county's finances.
Merits and doubts surrounding a £16.1m green bus and cycle lane will be debated as some question whether it will keep vehicles off the road
While Kent has avoided higher rates of Covid infection council leaders say second lockdown restrictions should be followed as part of national effort.
The financial woes of the NHS in Kent have been laid bare as bosses seek to plug a cash gap of £22million within its budget.
Coronavirus street wardens are being introduced across the county ahead of the England-wide lockdown coming in later this week.
NHS bosses have denied that young asylum seekers are being housed in prison-like accommodation across the county.
An NHS boss has warned that coronavirus cases in Kent will increase "all too rapidly" unless residents follow the government rules.
Queues on the M20, medicine supply and staff shortages have all been raised as possible problems once the Brexit transition period is over.
A former soldier has set up an e-petition calling on the council to do more for children from low income families.
Bosses of a circus that was shut down 10 minutes before its first performance are waiting for a final decision on the fate of their performances.
A £6.3 million grant is to be used to set up a test and trace system in Kent to "bolster" a national scheme that's come in for widespread criticism.
At least seven care homes in Kent could be used to accommodate patients being discharged from hospital who test positive for coronavirus this winter.
Councillors are hitting out at Boris Johnson's proposals to streamline planning schemes because they would 'undermine democratic accountability'
Lorry drivers could be fined £300 for not having the right papers after Brexit in an effort to stop queues of 7,000 trucks building up through Kent.
A £5billion theme park could "strengthen the case" for much-needed improvements to a railway station in north Kent.
Faster rail travel will open up a host of opportunities for Dover if trains can reach the capital in less than an hour, councillors have said
The Tory leader of KCC has written to the county's 16 Conservative MPs warning his party will lose votes over the PM's pledge to build, build, build.
A highways boss has said sorry for the lack of consultation over highly controversial pop-up cycle lanes.
Cameras which can track social distancing won't be used for that in Kent and there should be no privacy fears, says the boss of the firm making them.
A Brexit lorry park that is set to replace a huge Covid testing centre would hold 256 HGVs for two years, government plans have revealed.
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