It's a dog-eat-dog finale in this month's Kent Pets Tournament - click here to vote for your favourite pooch.
Cases have risen once again in the week restriction easing was postponed but the vaccine programme is reaching its final stage.
With the rising average house prices in most areas being 10 times higher than the average salary, buying a home is seeming more and more impossible.
Unemployment has dropped by 10.7% in the county since the peak of the lockdown unemployment rise last May.
Covid-19 cases are continuing to rise but the number of people who have had two doses of vaccine in the county has increased significantly.
Many of last weeks contestants got to round two by just a whisker - so there's no telling who will face off in the final next week.
Local fishermen and a marine rescue diver share their knowledge of the weird and wonderful rays, seals, sharks and other creatures in our waters.
Cases of Covid-19 have risen by 40% in the past week with six areas seeing cases more than double and three postcode areas having surge testing.
The weather may be heating up, but so is the first round of June's Kent Pets Tournament - vote on eight new adorable animals from across the county.
A nationwide cats charity is celebrating one volunteer who manages to help animals, work a part-time job and still get his school work done.
Julia Stevenson will ride from Gravesend to Dungeness as thousands across the country paint the roads red to raise money for front line workers.
We can finally reveal which pet has won May's Kent Pet's Tournament - but do you think your pet has what it takes to top the leaderboard in June?
Covid cases rose following restrictions relaxing on May 17 but the vaccine programme is still going strong.
An eight-year autistic boy is on a quest to raise £5,000 for the training of his support dog.
24% dog owners admit that they have not prepared for their dog to be taken on holiday - this is what to do before your bank holiday weekend away.
It's the final round of May's Kent Pets Tournament and voters are being asked to decide for the last time - who should be May's Pet of the Month?
Covid cases drop again and more than one million people in Kent have now received a first dose of the vaccine.
Unemployment dropped across the county in April as businesses prepared for customers to return in full force this week.
Only three areas in the county issue more fly-tipping fines than the national average, with two councils issuing no fines at all.
Foster carers are needed now more than ever as the pandemic lead to more referrals for children needing safe, secure homes.
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