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The company behind a Mexican restaurant chain will be permanently closing the vast majority of its stores due to coronavirus.
Our Secret Drinker's feeling the pub nostalgia this week, and he's taking a look back and choosing his top watering holes across Kent.
It's the last day of this week's Big Kent Quiz, and today's round promises to be tasty - it's food & drink. See if you could be a winner here:
Many farmers' markets in Kent are to continue amid the current outbreak, with visitors urged to pre-order to cut down on contact. Here's the latest:
Fashion chain New Look has announced that it is closing down all of its UK stores amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
A businessman who has just bought his fifth pub has revealed what made him take the plunge.
Confined to barracks, our pub spy reviews his own establishment (toilets and all)
An Indian restaurant is offering a free roll of toilet paper with some deliveries to lighten the mood amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A restaurant with a Michelin listing and AA Rosettes which had been on sale for a year for £850,000 is to become a coffee shop under its new owners.
A popular food, drink and music festival due to be held this summer has been rescheduled amid the coronavirus outbreak.
No pool, darts or jukebox, our undercover reporter finds something better - sunshine & great beer on a rainy day in the heart of Kent's beer country.
With businesses preparing to send workers home as coronavirus continues to spread - we ask, is it safe to go for a pint?
TV funny man Rob Brydon swapped Greece for a popular Turkish on the Kent coast.
'You should try anything once, except Morris dancing' says our undercover reporter after a trip to the pub.
Our undercover reporter heads to a Spoons with courteous door staff, a quieter atmosphere and even a sofa in the ladies' loos.
A grandmother named world champion for her pasties - otherwise known as Knockers - will defend her title this weekend.
Britain's oldest brewer has launched a series of winter walks - and they all start and finish at the pub.
We take a look around a popular firm's second branch as it finally opens after a series of delays.
Our undercover reporter finds a roaring fire but a frosty welcome on his latest pub mission