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The impact of the coronavirus pandemic means two soft play centres are no longer financially viable and will not be reopening.
Controversial plans to shut down Ebbsfleet station's Covid-19 testing site for a Brexit checkpoint were not discussed with the local council.
More than 1,500 people have signed two petitions opposing controversial new cycle lanes in a town centre.
Another popular pantomime has been forced to postpone this year's shows due to the coronavirus crisis.
A school has sent a number of pupils and some teachers home to self-isolate after reporting a positive case of coronavirus.
Sixty pupils and five staff at a primary school have been sent home after one youngster contracted coronavirus.
Landlords fear they will have to make redundancies if a second national lockdown is imposed after Matt Hancock refused to rule it out.
Garden city bosses have asked for clarity after it was revealed a station car park set up for Covid testing will now be used for Brexit.
A pupil and some of her classmates were sent home from a Kent grammar school after a positive coronavirus test which has left some parents fuming.
Patients are being urged to follow three simple messages to make sure hospitals and the health system copes during the winter period.
The Government's plan to use volunteers and council staff to enforce Covid guidelines has raised questions from a number of Kent councils.
It has been revealed three new coronavirus test centres will open as the government tries address the ongoing "dreadful" testing problem.
A wider flu jab programme is being targeted this year as hospital chief urges community to get vaccine as second wave of Covid-19 looms this winter.
The annual celebration of charities from across the county has been given a new date for next year.
A "happy, generous and funny" taxi driver took his own life because of financial concerns arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
A charity has launched a new festive event in a bid to save Christmas 2020 for families.
What's life been like behind bars at one of Kent’s most secure prisons during the Covid crisis? We went to find out.
A school is insisting that all of its secondary pupils wear face masks from today after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19.
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Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.
The Compassionate Community Awards 2020 recognise and celebrate the work of unsung heroes from across the borough of Maidstone.