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Analysis of data shows more than two in five adults in Kent have been vaccinated, with almost half getting a jab in one area.
A woman was knocked off her bike by a car while taking part in a year-long charity challenge in memory of her mother.
A man tragically died after collapsing in a town centre despite desperate efforts to revive him.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of failing to provide a breath test following a three-vehicle crash.
A total of 43 libraries in the county could reopen their doors to the public over the next eight weeks.
Youngsters are set return to school in just a matter of days so here is everything you need to know about them getting back into the classroom.
Rail ticket prices have risen above inflation for the first time since 2014 meaning some travellers will be paying almost £200 more.
There are calls to scrap this year's Kent Test for children hoping to go to grammar schools due to the disruption to learning caused by lockdown.
Footage captures the dramatic moment a fireball lights up parts of Kent as a meteor raced across the night sky.
The remarkable story of how one of the most influential travel companies - and major Kent employer - was born.
View the latest coronavirus stats including new cases, rolling rate and case rate compared to average.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
Trying to find the right nursery, school, college, university or training provider in Kent or Medway? Our Education Directory has everything you could possibly need!
Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.
Herne Bay chairman Stuart Fitchie says a decision on what to do with the 2020/21 season is not straightforward.
The Isthmian League have told their members clubs that they favour ending the season immediately and declaring it null and void.
Luna Drive In Cinema, which was launched last year, has announced it will come to a venue in Kent for the first time during the Easter school holiday.
With many of us considering staying closer to home this summer holidays, we've picked seven spots in the county which will still feel like a getaway.
We are getting ready to publish thousands of children's My Mum drawings ahead of Mother's Day. Here's how to get your copy of the special pull-out:
A farm's owners are hoping to create a pond to be used as a natural swimming pond.
Following exciting news that The 149th Open is definitely happening this July, a recruitment campaign has begun to find volunteers
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A project which supports vulnerable people in crisis is in need of donations.
Your No1 guide to getting married in Kent. From dresses to discos and venues to veils, we've got everything you could possibly need for your big day
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.
A guide for your future. For year 11 students in Kent and Medway. Click here for the e-edition.
How businesses are keeping things moving under new rules for trade with the EU