Every decade the government asks the entire country to take part in a census - but why is it important and what can it tell us about our county?
It's more than 60 years since the last National Serviceman received his call-up papers, but those who served still remember it well.
An overgrown leisure complex in a quiet country lane is at the centre of the Sarah Everard investigation - here we look at its chequered history.
From a celebrity duo's £5m mansion, to a clifftop house with swimming pool - some truly spectacular homes have recently come on the market.
Born to a Kent barber, Aphra Behn would go on to lead an extraordinary life - becoming the the first English woman to earn her living by writing.
William Caxton, the "father" of standard English was born in Kent - somewhere.
This is the story of an almost forgotten Kent village and the last remaining item from it.
Today marks 130 years since three RNLI volunteers lost their lives at sea during a huge storm off the Kent coast.
He described himself as a "numbskull" at school but 40 years later Sir Freddie Laker was a household name - here is his remarkable story.
Independent record stores have found new and innovative ways to engage with music fans despite online challenges as the vinyl revival spins on.
One place gets the honour of being called the County Town but does anybody really know why? Here we look at how the choice was made.
Augustus Pugin played a large role in shaping Victorian Britain and at his home in Kent he designed many famous buildings, including Parliament.
It is 34 years since the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster claimed 193 lives. This is the story of what happened after it was refloated.
We take a look back at the cutest animals born in Kent's wildlife parks over the years.
Over the last century many of the county's education establishments have disappeared - we look at what happened and what they are now.
The din of battle horns and longships off the Kent coast would have been an all too familiar sight as 1,100 years ago Viking raiders looted.
The remarkable story of how one of the most influential travel companies - and major Kent employer - was born.
Residents in a corner of Kent earmarked for thousands of homes say the developments will spell the end for community life.
We dip into the history behind the two closely-linked town names, after a BBC interior design show got them mixed up earlier this week.
Nuclear bunkers remain littered around the county, reminders of a fear that lasted decades.
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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