People who knew policeman Wayne Couzens - jailed for the murder of Sarah Everard - described him as 'bad tempered' and 'odd in his mannerisms'.
Watch the moment a necrophiliac is arrested for murder after 33 years, with police then discovering he filmed himself having sex with 98 bodies.
An explosion destroyed a house and left seven people injured, two seriously.
'Sick and twisted' killer jailed for life for murdering PCSO Julia James as she walked her dog.
These were the dramatic scenes as a chimney at a power station collapsed as Storm Eunice wreaked havoc.
A government minister believes new practices will be implemented after Storm Eunice caused chaos in Kent.
The first vaccine against Covid-19 to be issued in the county was given to an 80-year-old great-grandfather.
Former Kent MP Charlie Elphicke was jailed for carrying out three sexual assaults.
A year on from the deaths of 32 people in the Channel, what's changed? We speak to the grieving families left behind and those fighting for solutions.
Retail giant Debenhams bought by online retailer with all its remaining stores closing for good and thousands losing their job.
As Kent marked 12 months of lockdown, we looked back on the highs, the lows and the heartbreak of an extraordinary year.
From lockdown to vaccine (and back into lockdown) - pictures that tell the story of a year like no other.
A hospitals trust pleaded guilty to the unsafe care and treatment of a baby and mother which resulted in the child's death.
Heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury paid tribute to four members of the same family who died in a crash on their way to watch him fight.
A day after it sacked 800 staff, we looked at the demise of P&O – once the cross-Channel king – and the controversy surrounding its foreign owners.
We take a look back at some of the key moments in Kent on the bumpy path towards the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
The man who murdered Sarah Everard while serving as a Met police officer will die in jail after being given a whole life order.
A family paid tribute to an eight-year-old girl killed in a freak accident which almost claimed her sister too.
A devastating fire ripped through a much-loved town centre nightclub.
At least one person died as Storm Dennis hit the county early in 2020.
A sperm whale died after becoming stranded in the Thames estuary.
Thousands took part in anti-racism protests across Kent following the death of George Floyd in America.
Dame Vera Lynn, who sang There'll Be Blue Birds Over The White Cliffs of Dover, died at the age of 103.
It was a year which promised so much but did 2021 really deliver? We look back over a topsy-turvy last 12 months.
How have the huge projects in Kent progressed and what were the crimes and tragedies that rocked the county? Here's our second take on 2021.
There was more than just Covid going on during 2020: We take a look back at the biggest stories in Kent over the last 12 months.
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