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Local food and drink producers are urged to register on an online map to help boost trade during the coronavirus lockdown.
Rugby's governing body the RFU have offered financial aid to clubs after the coronavirus crisis ended the season early.
A former nurse is returning to the frontline to help battle the coronavirus outbreak - and is encouraging others to join her.
Coronavirus-themed graffiti urging people to stay at home to support the NHS has been sprayed on a train.
Gillingham chairman Paul Scally says staff wages will be paid in full despite the immense financial pressure brought about by the coronavirus crisis.
We spoke to the Kent barista delivering coffee and food to workers on the coronavirus frontline.
Controversial plans to give a busy high street a £630,000 facelift have been put on hold, it has been revealed.
Measures have been announced aimed at relaxing parking restrictions to help those self-isolating, working at home and NHS staff.
The Freight Transport Association is calling for a Brexit extension so they can concentrate on logistics around the coronavirus outbreak.
Non-urgent dentist appointments will be postponed in the latest measure designed to help slow the transmission of the coronavirus.
A reduced bus timetable will be introduced across Kent in a matter of days as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
A popular food shop is "to stop retailing" at one of its branches.
Home and hardware shops have been allowed to stay open upon the government's advice, but some have altered the way they are serving customers.
From next week the spending limit for contactless card payments will be increased from £30 to £45.
One of the largest free street festivals in the south east has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Equipment from the University of Kent is going to be used to help the NHS test for coronavirus.
Hundreds of thousands of people have signed up to help the NHS fight coronavirus.
NHS bosses have announced tight restrictions on hospital visits as the health service battles to stem the coronavirus outbreak.