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Health planners were warned in October 2016 about PPE shortages and were told a pandemic posed a "significant threat" to Kent.
A charity has shared some tips on how to prevent abandonment issues in pets as their owners return to work after lockdown.
Two art organisations in Kent will receive a share of £33million emergency Covid-19 grant funding, announced today by Arts Council England.
Two areas of Kent have reported no new coronavirus deaths in an entire week for the first time.
A GP is urging people not to delay a call to their surgery if they have any concerns about their health.
A food bank had its busiest month ever, feeding nearly 1,000 people struggling to buy food to feed themselves and their families.
There are calls for Boris Johnson to apologise for comments he made about care homes.
As Covid-19 cases soared and volunteers left Calais “en masse”, a 21-year-old woman from Kent was just on her way to the migrant camps...
The first thirsty customers have been welcomed back for a cold drink – here's what you can (and can't) expect as restrictions are lifted.
Cases of coronavirus in Kent have jumped by 2,000 in a day - a rise of almost a third - here's why.
With the number of people gaining British citizenship slowly growing, many applicants this year feel left in limbo due to lockdown.
Clap for Carers is set to return this week to celebrate the 72nd birthday of the NHS - but will you be taking part?
Residents have spoken out after fears overflowing communal bins could spread disease and even coronavirus.
The county's health bosses have said residents won't be placed under restrictions as they urge the public to behave as pubs and businesses reopen.
A hugely popular soft play centre has announced its closure - adding social distancing is "pretty much impossible" for children at such attractions.
New coronavirus cases in Kent and Medway are far below the 'at risk' level, new data shows.
A community has reacted angrily after a 200-strong rave took place illegally in woodland as rubbish and beer bottles were left strewn everywhere.
Calls have been made to the government to help fill a £245m deficit across 14 councils in the county.
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