Diners have made the most of the government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme but it's come to an end.
As queues form outside vinyl shops for this year's Record Store Day, the man who brought it to the UK is keeping his doors closed.
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A professor is warning employers to make sure offices are Covid secure, despite the health secretary saying the risk of transmission is low.
Listen to the latest podcast for a round up of today’s top stories.
The founder of a multi-academy trust is making face masks mandatory in secondary schools, following another government U-turn.
A week before schools reopen, it is feared some parents won't send their children back because they are concerned they could catch coronavirus.
A teenager has been given a life sentence after being found guilty for the murder of a man in Gillingham.
The latest from the announcement that the evictions ban will be extended, and we hear from non-league footballs clubs that can play this weekend.
We hear from pupils as they find out their marks, and discover why one teacher remains frustrated over this year's results fiasco.
A Sudanese man has been jailed for smuggling himself and nine other people across the Channel and into the UK.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for high winds.
A dad-of-seven went to bizarre lengths to teach a neighbour a lesson, after they blocked his driveway with their car.
A charity calls for answers following 'extreme concern' for the welfare of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children left in Border Force care.
We have reaction from charities across the county, after French authorities discovered the body next to the Channel.
The body of a Sudanese boy who was trying to get to the UK has been found on a beach in France.
Estate agents in Kent are being rushed off their feet as the demand for buying properties continues to soar after the coronavirus lockdown.
Hear a refugee charity react to the news that a council can no longer accept unaccompanied asylum-seeking children into its care.
As KCC announces it can no longer support new arrivals of asylum-seeking children, we look back at the years of warnings to government.
Hear from an education law expert following the government announcement that grades will now be based on teacher predictions.
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