On the 8th day of Quizmas KentOnline is testing whether you've been paying attention the the headlines in our papers all year round.
On the sixth day of Quizmas, KentOnline is testing your local history knowledge - from wartime forts to the Romans' opinions of the 'Kent tribes'.
Covid-19 cases have dropped in some areas for the first time in weeks - but the county has seen a rise overall as hospitals struggle with capacity.
On the fourth day of quizmas KentOnline is giving you a test of your Kent buildings knowledge - from museums to lighthouses.
On the second day of quizmas KentOnline is giving you a quiz about famous faces that hit the headline in the county this year.
In just two months, weekly deaths have risen from mid-teens to almost 200 as cases continue to rise everywhere in the county.
A yellow weather warning has been issued across the whole of Kent as the Met Office predicts heavy rain with a small chance of flooding.
We speak to people in Kent about how they plan on spending Christmas as the Prime Minister calls for people to be safe despite easing of restrictions.
Covid cases continue to rise by 30% weekly as GPs begin vaccine roll-outs and medical experts call for a rethink on easing restrictions at Christmas.
The number of people out of work rose in almost every part of Kent in November and a business leader believes rises will continue well into next year.
At least nine sites will be opening in the county this week starting today so the coronavirus vaccine can be offered to the most vulnerable patients.
From long term side effects to the microchip theory, we ask a university virologist whether the public's mistrust of the vaccine is based in fact.
Most areas, including two of the previously most infected, have seen a drop in weekly Covid-19 cases ahead of the county entering tier three.
A new Ofsted report shows many children regressed during lockdown and reveals the group hardest hit by restrictions.
The number of children being registered as home-schooled in September skyrocketed just as children were allowed to return to school.
The NHS is calling on people who can deliver vaccines, clean and support admin work to help the mass jab programme - which could start next month.
A west Kent mum escaped her abuser and is now supporting others living the same nightmare - here are her top tips for fleeing an abusive relationship.
As Tier 3 looms for Kent, with rates in certain areas among the worst in England, there are early signs lockdown is working.
The Prime Minister has announced today the Covid tier system will be stricter when the national lockdown ends in just over a week.
More than 40 neighbourhoods have an infection rate higher than 400, around the rate many Northern towns entered tier three lockdowns under last month.
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