On a rainy day what better place to visit than a pub offering what one man claims is better pizza than Rome – but does it live up to expectations?
Episode two of BBC One's rip-roaring Brink's-Mat gold heist drama sees Kent feature prominently.
Foxes have plagued our columnist's existence and things are only going to get worse - but we must all learn to live with them.
The Monster Raving Loony party's manifesto has more substance than any of Rishi Sunak's promises, writes columnist Ed McConnell.
Our reviewer dined in a tipi next to a fire pit and here's what he thought.
Brexit doesn't matter when you have a dog and it makes you selfish too, writes columnist Ed McConnell.
The government embraced gestures to support the NHS yet it would seem nurses are there to be seen and not heard, writes columnist Ed McConnell.
Four people have died and dozens others been rescued after a dinghy carrying asylum seekers capsized into freezing water overnight.
Robots are slowly stealing our jobs and are excelling at the ones we thought they could never do – we deserve it, writes columnist Ed McConnell.
Trains are cancelled across East Kent all day due to ice on the tracks.
A riot van parked outside Wetherspoon at 20 to 1 on a rainy Monday might be the first sign it's coming home this World Cup, writes our columnist.
A year on from the deaths of 32 people in the Channel, what's changed? We speak to the grieving families left behind and those fighting for solutions.
Call logs reveal French and British authorities knew a dinghy was sinking in the Channel but passed the buck as 32 drowned.
A laughing man drove 100 miles before launching petrol bombs at an asylum centre.
Rishi Sunak has become the third Prime Minister in two months after rivals Boris Johnson and Penny Mordaunt pull out.
Boris Johnson is reportedly eyeing up a bid to lead the Conservative Party again following Liz Truss' resignation – here's who our MPs are backing.
Fire crews are battling blazes at two pubs tonight.
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has u-turned on the abolition of the top tax rate after the "bolt-from-the-blue" policy left the markets in turmoil.
Prime Minister Liz Truss faces the wrath of Kent in a whistle-stop interview, with a listener asking her: “What on earth were you thinking?”
A police plane circled overhead as armed officers arrested four people following reports of knifemen roaming a neighbourhood.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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