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Bosses at Howletts and Port Lympne have announced they will welcome visitors back from Monday, but with some restrictions being put in place.
Two of Kent's biggest department stores are due to welcome back customers - with a string of extensive social distancing measures in place.
A testing site will be set up in one of the worst-affected parts of the country after lobbying from the local MP.
New signs, longer queues, one-way systems and marshals to help you stay safe – welcome to post-lockdown shopping.
New signs, longer queues, and marshals to help you stay safe – welcome to post-lockdown shopping.
The town centre will be a very different place to shop from Monday.
A "digital divide" has emerged during lockdown, giving private school pupils a huge advantage over their state-educated peers, according to a Kent MP.
More than a quarter of the county's 547 care facilities have reported cases of coronavirus.
Authorities are reintroducing parking fees this month as they seek to recoup losses incurred during the lockdown period.
A Kent MP has been accused of having 'no idea about anything' after she endured yet another difficult TV interview.
The head teacher who went against government advice by delaying the return of pupils allowed our reporter into school on the first day back.
Hospitals in Kent have reported two new Covid-19 deaths to NHS England in the last 24 hours.
Dental practices across the county are reopening but with strict guidelines in place to protect patients and staff.
Promoters of one of Kent's biggest music events which has been postponed due to coronavirus are asking people to hold onto their tickets.
A charity farm that says its future is uncertain due to the coronavirus pandemic has written a letter to the Prime Minister.
The crucial 'R number' infection rate for Kent has been revealed.
A consultant says it is vital private hospitals are allowed to start returning to normal after being taken over for Covid-19 care.
A seven-year-old girl has overcome her fear of the wind and walked the equivalent of a marathon around her village for charity.
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