One of Medway's most popular historic attractions won't reopen on the 4th of July despite the government's latest easing of restrictions. The Historic Dockyard Chatham say they want to make sure it's safe for them to welcome visitors and may have to postpone until they can do so.
The University of Kent are offering their expertise to struggling businesses through a series of free webinars to help their recovery. Kent Innovation and Enterprise is giving advice to get businesses to maximise their opportunities during the pandemic.
As a scorching heatwave hits Kent - thousands have been flocking to our beaches causing mayhem in many of the county's seaside towns. While businesses say it's great that trade is getting up and running again, locals are worried for their safety and angered by the scale of the disruption.
Kent MP Tracey Crouch has revealed she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. In a message posted on Facebook to her constituents, the Chatham and Aylesford MP said she intends to keep working through her treatment but will be unable to attend Westminster in person.
We won't survive the summer - that's the fear from many businesses in Kent that haven't been given the go ahead to reopen. As the county's hit by a scorching heatwave - outdoor swimming pools say they're desperately worried the summer's being squandered and their future fast evaporating.
Students are among those hit hard by the pandemic here in Kent with many of them facing an uncertain future as the country heads toward a crippling recession. The outgoing student union president Sasha Langeveldt believes many prospective students now also face a tough decision on whether to defer the start of the university careers.