It's been 55 years since a controversial film in Kent about nuclear war was banned, so we took a look at the lasting impact it had on the world stage.
From a 1,000-year-old leather slipper, to a 12st elephant tusk, there really is no telling what you might stumble upon along Kent's beaches.
A series of archive photos have captured a town centre's history - including a ban on high street traffic and plans to knock down a landmark building.
As queues form outside vinyl shops for this year's Record Store Day, the man who brought it to the UK is keeping his doors closed.
Kent has heavily influenced the sport of cricket, a game which has thrown up more than its fair share of interesting tales in the county.
An ex-paratrooper recounts his experiences as a film maker meeting some of the most brutal gangs in the world.
Boasting a fascinating anti-hero character and the perfect landscape, Kent is the must-use location Disney should be scouting for a huge blockbuster.
The surviving firefighters from a fatal crash in 1970 will mark the 50th anniversary this year.
One of the country's top barristers has opened up about defending those accused of the very worst crimes in some of Britain's biggest cases.
From board game coffee shops and cat cafes, to vintage bus diners and mad hatter tea parties, here are the county's quirkiest cafes.
Some of the county's most beloved attractions could succumb to rising sea levels by 2050, scientists fear.
After the Second World War, many west Africans came to Britain to study, with their children often fostered by working-class, white families in Kent.
War, religion and rubbish dumps - We take a look at some of the causes that have brought placard-waving protesters onto the county's streets.
We've delved into our archives once again to take a look at how much these Kent places have changed over the decades.
As the world's media descend on the coast, we investigate the facts behind people seeking asylum by boat.
Why were so many things in a part of Kent named after a man who traded slaves? We look at the history of Sir John Hawkins.
The Princess Royal has strong links to Kent and she's visited on 41 official trips and carried out 81 separate engagements.
Whether you know it as The White Horse of Kent, the Invicta, or the Saxon Steed, the horse used across the county is linked to a number of legends.
It has been eight years since the county's only racecourse closed for good, but dozens of archive photos have captured its rich and colourful history.
The latest government figures revel Kent is a key destination for mysterious sightings, so we decided to look back at our strangest reports.
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.