Around 1,000 emergency food parcels were given out by one food bank in just three months.
Taxpayers are facing a £230,000 bill to repair an iconic building - just six years after it underwent an £11.5 million restoration.
The leader of Gamblers Anonymous has claimed bookmakers are feeding the habit of those betting compulsively.
All the action from Saturday's Kent Cricket League Premier Division, including a win for Sandwich against second-placed Lordswood.
Statistics show one of Kent's most deprived areas has a higher percentage of children living in poverty than in every London borough.
Ollie Robinson has agreed a contract extension set to keep him at Kent until the end of the 2021 season.
A housing provider has been accused of "flouting the law" after it admitted to hundreds of overdue gas safety checks.
Firefighters were called to a city centre flat after flames broke out.
Thousands of rainbow-clad revellers took the streets yesterday to celebrate Pride.
A bold vision to reshape a controversial multi-storey car park to include swanky apartments has been branded "madness".
A severely epileptic girl has been given back her life-changing cannabis treatment oil after it was seized by border officials.
Around 20,000 revellers clad in rainbow colours have turned out to celebrate Kent's LGBT community.
Thousands have begun turning out for Kent's biggest LGBT celebration today.
Sales for eateries in a city are booming, with almost a quarter of all premises now being classed in the food and drink category.
A youth club helping set younger generations on the right path has been awarded the highest honour possible by the Queen for voluntary services.
A council is offering a reward to help it convict vandals responsible for a series of tags across the district.
A rail company is supporting the county's Pride events by giving their trains a makeover.
An iPad, camera, phone and drills were stolen in burglaries at two businesses.
Pubs all leave their own mark on people in different ways, so we've looked at the best 10 in Canterbury and why you rate them so highly.
War veterans will muster for the last time with the ending of a 100-year-old tradition.