A family of film makers used lockdown to produce a drama imagining a worst-case scenario coronavirus world.
A health boss has spoken out against rumours that an area could see a large spike in cases.
A pop up school is planned to go live this summer, offering free online lessons to pupils across the county.
Head teachers across the county do not think secondary schools can return in September under social distancing measures.
As trades like pubs and restaurants prepare to reopen, other businesses have been left in the dark by the government about when they can do the same.
Boat owners are demanding action as they accuse 'reckless' jet skiers of endangering lives.
A councillor has said showing solidarity with communities helps save money, as police were criticised for supporting Gypsy Roma history month.
A musician living in Kent recalls the outburst that got him banned from Glastonbury, as the festival reaches its landmark 50th anniversary.
As we reach the hottest day of the year, we look at some of the most beautiful snaps taken across the county.
As holiday rentals are given the go-ahead from July 4, Airbnb hosts are concerned new cleaning measures will impact them financially.
A new cash injection from the government has extended temporary accommodation for rough sleepers.
The county has reacted to the relaxing of the two-metre rule and the reopening of businesses - and not everyone is happy.
As we hit three months since lockdown began, we look back at the numbers that defined life in Kent.
Bike sales have surged during the pandemic, resulting in stock shortages and month-long waits for repairs.
Pupils may have to wait until October to take the Kent Test this year, after Kent County Council announced a proposed delay.
Arts organisations have reacted to receiving emergency funding as lockdown continues to cripple the creative industries.
A mother has spoken of her family's emotional turmoil after her healthy son ended up on life support due to coronavirus.
A mum-of-two found a racing pigeon shot in the head and dead chickens in a tidal pool. Warning: Graphic photos which may be distressing.
An award-winning actress is co-producing a film highlighting the damaging effects of bullying.
As businesses try to protect customers from Covid-19, campaigners are concerned plastic waste could be on the rise – here's why.
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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