Three rare visitors are on prolonged lay-up at the Port of Dover during the coronavirus outbreak.
A Kent MP says she is battling to save jobs amid talks with a major employer.
A further 300 employees are to be furloughed by P&O Ferries as the company continues its battle to stay afloat during the Coronavirus crisis
A sound artist is appealing for people to make voice recordings during lockdown for an installation that will bring a Kent fort's history back to life
Two unconnected hauls of cocaine with a combined street value of almost £20m have been discovered at a port.
Residents turned out in force to celebrate the birthday of a grandad who has now lived in the same street for more than a century.
A man is due in court charged with burgling the same business twice in one night.
The head chef at a Marco Pierre White diner is leading a team to provide free hot lunches to the needy.
A century-old heritage railway attraction hit by an arson attack and then a global pandemic has secured its future with vital funding.
Coronavirus has intensified the battle to get medical cannabis for a severely epileptic girl whose daily seizures have reduced from 500 to under 10
A county lines investigation has led to a charge against a man for conspiracy to supply heroin and cocaine.
This town's churches have brought religious services into the living rooms of their members - and some have reached more people than usual
Jellyfish stings and a shark attack were just some of the fantasy obstacles faced by one lockdown fundraiser who 'swam the Channel' in his bathtub.
When a supermarket worker gave an impromptu gig on his doorstep he was asked to do another, which was so popular it was viewed by thousands
A HGV driver whose Freemasons membership is delayed over Covid-19 has given chocolate eggs to intensive care nurses to boost spirits
Drug mules have been blasted for exploiting the coronavirus crisis after an attempt to smuggle cocaine into the UK in an consignment of face masks.
A new and specially built 'drive-thru' coronavirus assessment centre has opened as part of a wider rollout of sites across Kent.
A coroner has ruled a retired managing director's death was accidental after he fell in his cabin while on a cruise
An animal lover has been photographed risking her own safety to move three escaped sheep from a busy road
Two Kent walking festivals have been cancelled because of government-imposed lockdown over coronavirus, and another may follow.
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