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A survey of 222 small towns has listed one in Kent as England's third 'most resilient' during the coronavirus pandemic.
A union has raised concern after a theatre allegedly dismissed 50 staff by email despite it receiving nearly £250,000 in pandemic support grants.
We take a look at life for ice cream van operators - and how the lockdown has claimed an unlikely victim for one popular firm.
Police have temporarily closed down a holiday park's clubhouse after finding it serving alcohol during the coronavirus lockdown.
A council boss has urged residents not to be complacent in the fight against Covid-19, as the end of lockdown is in sight.
Community nursing staff have been working round the clock to help GPs vaccinate patients who can't leave home.
A vaccinator at one of Kent's mass hubs has spoken of the 'privilege' of the role.
Vulnerable patients were forced to wait for hours outside a vaccine centre as long queues snaked around the entrance due to delays letting people in.
Two year groups of children have been forced to isolate after a positive Covid case just days after they returned to school.
Covid cases in the most infected areas have dropped as death rates return to levels last seen when Kent was following Tier One restrictions.
Some children are six months behind due to lockdown, it has emerged, as KCC announces an "ambitious" programme to get youngsters back on track.
A second, temporary, Jobcentre is due to open in a town centre as part of the government's response to coronavirus.
A temporary morgue is to be stood down as a funeral director says deaths caused by Covid and funeral demand is the worst he's seen in his 50 years.
Everyone in Kent should get a Covid-19 test twice a week even if they have no symptoms, health chiefs have said.
Swale has two symptom-free Covid testing centres, but one is set to close soon.
A mum who started an online children’s clothing store from her home has had to move into a warehouse because of a hike in sales during the pandemic.
The Easter Bunny will be putting smiles on the faces of dozens of children by visiting them on their doorsteps.
A secondary school confirmed a Covid case just days after a visit from the Education Secretary who toured its new testing facilities.
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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.