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Pictures of overflowing bins have angered residents who fear not enough is being done to prevent visitors flocking to a town.
An MP says a damning inspection of a hospital A&E is not a true reflection after blasting the timing of the visit at the peak of the pandemic.
A hospital is offering hundreds more vaccination slots as roll out expansion continues with patients attending appointments on the opening day.
A variety of measures will be introduced on polling days in May as Covid-secure elections are planned, including a ban on door-knocking by candidates.
An academy boss whose organisation runs two schools in Kent has accused government advisors of 'experimenting' with teachers' health.
Teacher assessment to replace exams and Boris sets out a cautionary route map - we review the week in politics.
Big names in eating out due to open as part of a town's multi-million pound regeneration are no longer involved in the project, it's been confirmed.
It has been confirmed children will head back to school on March 8, but Secret Homeschooler has reservations.
Analysis of data shows more than a third of residents of one part of Kent have been vaccinated, while in another area the numbers are lagging behind.
Teaching unions downplay concerns over grade inflation after the government confirms teacher assessment will be used for pupils' marks.
Bosses of a popular gym have announced it will close immediately due to financial problems caused by the panedmic.
A great-grandmother has criticised those who refuse to wear face masks after spending six weeks in hospital battling Covid-19.
Tributes have been paid to a highly-respected trader who has died after a battle with coronavirus.
Kent's biggest annual celebration of the LGBT community is set to return - after it was wiped from last year's calendar by the pandemic.
Kent columnist John Nurden on getting his first Covid-19 vaccination
In response to the Covid pandemic, hospital chiefs hope to build a state-of-the-art treatment facility.
Estate agents have mixed thoughts about the stamp duty holiday introduced to boost the housing market after the first lockdown being extended.
Councils have had to draw millions of pounds from their rainy day funds - and it's feared without help they may be in serious financial trouble.
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