Young people, youth club bosses and community leaders have voiced their opposition to ‘shortsighted’ funding cuts to children’s services.
Traders and shoppers are feeling the absence of a former discount chain shop in their town which has been ‘left to linger’ in a poor state.
Small businesses in a town have slammed the ‘terrible’ decision by two high street banks to shut next year.
Parents and carers will now be able to enjoy free meals if their tot is staying at a hospital’s children’s ward.
A rail maintenance worker had to be taken to hospital following an on-track collision on Kent’s high-speed network.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after three 12-week-old kittens were found abandoned in soiled blankets.
With the number of pupils missing from education in Kent rising by nearly a third in a year, we investigate what’s behind the rise.
Plans to house 81 homeless families in a tower block have been put on hold after a fire safety inspection.
A pub company says its proposal to build a new house in part of a boozer’s car park will help secure the pub’s future – but not everyone is convinced.
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Gillingham head coach Stephen Clemence has spoken at length about the January transfer window for the first time.
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An animal rescue volunteer who started fostering cats in 2015 has reached the milestone of caring for more than 140 cats and kittens.
An entrepreneurial couple have opened their first pet shop - just three years after launching the business in their hallway cupboard.
A family has told of their heartbreak after their 18-year-old cat died after being brutally attacked by a dog.
The pub was having a paintjob, but nothing could knock the gloss off Secret’s Drinker’s lunch at a shabby chic seaside haven
The American chart-toppers will be joined by an Iron Maiden legend and festival favourites next summer.
A school which has waited 20 years for new premises will move to a “trailblazing” building in Kent’s garden city, with room for hundreds more pupils.
One of Kent’s biggest employers and manufacturers for defence, aerospace, and security has opened up more than 90 early career roles.