In the run up to Diwali and to mark ten years since the opening of the Gravesend Gurdwara we look back at the history of Sikhs in Kent.
To mark Bonfire Night we've explored how Kent is linked to the Gunpowder Plot of November 5, 1605.
From ruined hill-top castles to floating hotels, Kent has its fair share of abandoned buildings - here we look at some of the most interesting.
A trip to the county's seaside isn't the same without sampling the local shellfish - but which are the best? We name Kent's King of the Shellfish...
Sixty years since the last group of young men were called up to national service, one man remembers the highs and lows of his time in the military.
A new Facebook page has unearthed a spooky series of previously untold Kent ghost stories.
A sad result of the pandemic is the huge number of job losses and shops being forced to close. But some local traders have bucked that trend.
A new book features a host of fascinating photographs capturing the glory of the county's football grounds over the decades.
They lived in castles, built fortresses along the coast and had secret love affairs in our stately homes, the Tudors have a long history in Kent.
An extraordinary act by a vicar from Kent to ensure he profitted from the slave trade reveals an incredible secret hidden for nearly two centuries.
From Annie Get Your Gun to Hamilton, Kent has incredible links to the world of musical theatre.
In Kent's most socially deprived district, we speak to the people who live there to find the stories hiding behind the statistics.
From swimming in your pyjamas, BBC Micro computers and Panini football stickers - we take a look back at life in Kent's schools in the 1970s and 80s.
A 26-year-old woman from Kent is the legal guardian of 14 Tanzanian children, some from an orphanage which shut and others rescued from the streets.
A photo of a man who had died 140 years before featured in newspapers around the world when taken in 1986. This is the story of how it came about.
From a people smuggler caught after 28 years on the run, to a burglar found the next day on a stolen bike, here are tales of prison escapes in Kent.
From blocks of flats to beauty salons and Wetherspoon pubs, several of our county's former police stations now have a new lease of life.
Every picture tells a story as we look back through our archive on the anniversary of the storm that devastated Kent.
An old prison, a dockyard and a country estate in Kent have all featured in a Netflix series over the years.
Chances are you drive by a former workhouse every day - we take a look back at the grim reality for generations of the county's poorest people.
View the latest coronavirus stats including new cases, rolling rate and case rate compared to average.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
Trying to find the right nursery, school, college, university or training provider in Kent or Medway? Our Education Directory has everything you could possibly need!
Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.