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The announcement was made by Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a Downing Street briefing this evening.
Three mothers who lost children to suicide in the run-up to last Christmas have told their tragic stories in a bid to encourage others to seek help.
Care firm bosses forced to lay off unvaccinated staff because of new government rules fear the move will exacerbate massive worker shortages.
A long-empty former convenience store continues to remain unsold - despite sitting on the pages of property websites for the last three years.
Developers believe two new luxury seafront houses equipped with cinemas, gyms and “iPads in walls” will be the first of their kind in a Kent town.
A five-year-old boy living with one of the world's rarest life-limiting conditions is seriously ill in hospital after contracting Covid.
Face coverings are once again compulsory in shops, on buses and trains because of the new Omicron Covid variant but are shoppers following the rules?
Council bosses hope the stationing of a hawk at a Bandstand along the coast will finally put an end to a long-running pigeon problem.
The number of people with Covid being treated in Kent's hospitals has fallen for the third week in a row.
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Herne Bay manager Ben Smith has had his say on comparisons between clubs’ budgets in Isthmian South East this season.
Herne Bay boss Ben Smith says Saturday's game against league newboys Lancing is tougher than it looks.
Microchipping for cats is to become compulsory with hefty fines for those owners who don't comply.
This month, the eight previous winners of the Kent Pet's Tournament are hoping for your vote so they can win the overall crown.
Households looking for puppies or kittens for sale this Christmas are being warned about an increase in deceitful pet sellers.
A festive exhibition featuring models of Santa and his reindeer made from donated Lego bricks will open to visitors this weekend through to New Year.
It's not just panto playing in theatres across Kent this Christmas - from magical fairytales to West End music and make-believe, here's what's on.
A new children’s play area has opened as part of a large investment into part of one Kent town.
KCC's economic director has suggested young people could help solve driver shortages faced by the haulage industry.
Round up of the strengths and expertise of different law firms across the county, based on the findings of respected guides by Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.
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