A Kent port could once again be the focus of frustrating delays for freight in the run-up to Christmas, it has been warned.
Our political editor takes a look back at this week's biggest stories, from a twist in the Manston airport saga to a less confrontational Parliament.
The government discussed the idea of a rescue package for Eurostar after passenger numbers plummeted during the pandemic, an FOI has revealed.
A Kent MP has revealed he was forced to change his security arrangements after it was found a constituent who sent vile emails had an unlicensed gun.
In the wake of the horrific death of Sir David Amess the question of MPs safety and online hatred is back on the agenda.
The area of Kent where Universal Credit claims rose the most might surprise some, while questions have been asked about the PM's luxury holiday.
The controversial process of extracting gas from rocks buried deep beneath the earth's surface could help solve the energy crisis, says a Kent MP.
Kent Police awarded contracts worth £1.9m for preventative equipment for the force during the pandemic without going through a tendering process.
Our political editor takes a look back at this week's biggest stories, from levelling up to Strictly auditions.
Our political editor Paul Francis takes a close look at what was and wasn't in Boris Johnson's party conference speech.
Priti Patel took aim at Insulate Britain protesters and announced an independent inquiry into Wayne Couzens during her conference speech.
As the brakes are put on housing reforms, we found out what some of our local councils want from the new minister.
Our political editor Paul Francis takes a look at what the Chancellor's speech at the Tory party conference means for Kent.
As conservative members from across the country gather in Manchester, our political editor looks at what could ruin the Tory reign in Kent.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer set out his vision for the Labour party in a 90-minute speech – but will it win support in true-blue Kent?
A Polish lorry driver has warned colleagues will not come to the UK's aid after their "inhumane" treatment last Christmas.
Kent County Council has pleaded with the government to help transport children as bus companies suffer the impact of the driver crisis.
As thousands of Labour party members head to Brighton, we take a look at what the party needs to do to get back on top.
Our political editor takes a look back at this week's biggest stories, from the energy crisis to Eurostar.
Kent Labour activists who support former party leader Jeremy Corbyn have said they are targets of a witch-hunt.
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