Just what will the impact be of the end of the furlough scheme when it wraps up later this month?
A schoolboy performed for the first time in front of thousands of people at Canterbury Pride as his drag persona 'Miss Oatie T'.
We look at the world's biggest online rare record shop - hidden away on an industrial estate in Kent.
From a £100 Led Zeppelin gig to its legendary 'grab-a-granny' nights, a mansion-turned-nightclub lives long in the memories of those who visited.
Lord Northcliffe launched the Daily Mail and held enormous sway with the government – but his actions saw an audacious attack on his Kent retreat.
The family of a Kent man killed on 9/11 have spoken publicly for the first time in 20 years of the tragedy that turned their world upside down.
A rough sleeper who has regularly experienced brutality on the streets has called for society's attitude to the homeless to change.
The only non-American to be crowned winner of the most prestigious international BBQ competition in the world has shared some of her top tips.
To mark 20 years of the Medway Messenger we tracked down the subject of the first-ever front page to discover how her life has turned out.
Lockdown is a distant memory for cafe and coffee shop owners in one town where almost 30 outlets in a third of a mile are enjoying boom times.
A look back at some of the very best nights out at the county's greatest clubs - and the D-list celebrities who joined the party.
We showcase some stunning images taken from the skies - some dating back almost 100 years - showing just how much Kent's towns have changed.
With the help of “vast quantities of whisky along with other mind-enhancing items”, a band created a new sound which still influences artists today.
As summer draws to a close we visited some of the county's best crabbing locations and got hooked on a traditional seaside pastime.
From tales of smuggling to emigrating to avoid arrest - a tailor from Kent would go on to help create one of the world's biggest wine regions.
Small businesses in the footprint of a proposed multi-billion pound theme park say they fear for their future if the long-awaited plans are approved.
Can you spot yourself or someone you know in these amazing photographs taken across the county during the 1970s?
As communities prepare to welcome Afghanistan refugees, we look at how one council successfully offered sanctuary to families fleeing civil war.
The author of a new book on one of the UK's largest-scale manhunts has explained how an island in our county became the focus of the chase.
He is one of the most famous performers of all-time - but did you know Houdini brought his remarkable public stunts and shows to the county?
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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