A nightclub's dance floor has been temporarily removed as bosses prepare to reopen the town centre venue as a bar.
Campaigners say a 2,000-truck lorry park highlights the "unfortunate consequences of Brexit" - as dozens of protesters demonstrated against the site.
Rowdy beachgoers will be moved on or arrested as part of a bid to combat anti-social behaviour along a seafront stretch.
A casino on the coast has been closed for good as the cash-strapped firm running the site racked up heavy losses during lockdown.
Secondary school bosses say uncertainty continues to hang over A-level results as teenagers across the district receive their grades.
Oil has been spilled along a busy route after a car crashed into a line of parked vehicles.
A mask-wearing robber stole cigarettes from a branch of Tesco Express after threatening an employee with a knife.
Residents fear they will not be able to return to their homes for several months after a number of properties were flooded by a burst water main.
An MP at the centre of a transphobia row has been urged to apologise by campaigners after she said "only women have a cervix”.
A blaze in the middle of woodland has prompted a warning to campers urging them to remain vigilant when putting out fires.
More than 160,000 trees should be planted as part of a drive to create “new forests” across the district, says a city councillor.
A pair of bear cubs rescued from poachers and predators after being abandoned by their mother are set to arrive in Kent.
A karate instructor has been trimming the hedges surrounding road signs in his area for the last 20 years – despite being urged not to by the council.
A man has been charged after a person was injured in a town centre attack.
A mum has highlighted the ignorance of some people towards Type 1 diabetes as she looks to raise awareness of its prevalence in toddlers.
Kent’s biggest pantomime has been cancelled for the first time amid uncertainty surrounding the reopening of theatres.
A sports store has fallen into administration putting a number of jobs across the county at risk.
A school has not been inspected since it was given the lowest grading three years ago - but its new bosses are confident they’ve turned things around.
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A head teacher says guidance stating staff and children do not need to wear masks in schools does not make sense.
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