More than 100 volunteers from the NHS, police, fire service and more are supporting care homes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Flags will fly across the town to mark Pride Month.
Burger fans can get their Five Guys fix again after the Bluewater branch reopened today.
A blaze has damaged outbuildings and storage containers at a commercial premises.
Crews believe a fire was started deliberately.
A person has been treated for smoke inhalation after a fire.
A town centre car park will close from Monday for archaeological investigation work.
Find out who has won this year's Cute Kids competition.
Extra changes come into force tomorrow as a bus firm tries to keep key routes going.
A widow who lost her husband to coronavirus is begging people to stay indoors and save lives.
Police have had to stop one group getting together for birthday celebrations despite several warnings for people to stay at home.
People are being urged to avoid the temptation of heading out to enjoy the sunshine this weekend, but stay at home and save lives.
A church leader is urging people to have faith in these uncertain times.
Customers on one mobile phone network can get the latest technology from today.
A school, which closed after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus, has re-opened to some pupils.
One person has been hurt and others, including a child, treated for the effects of breathing in smoke after a home went up in flames.
Our popular Cute Kids competition is back for 2020.
Dial M for Murder, famous for Hitchcock's genre-defining film, stars Strictly's Tom Chambers and Not Going Out's Sally Bretton, as it comes to Kent.
Emergency gas repairs which were due to end earlier this week are almost finished.
A well-known character at Dickens Festivals has died.
Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.
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