In recent years more and more crime novels have been set in Kent - we asked four writers why the county is the perfect setting for gruesome murders.
Much has been made of whether children will suffer lasting damage after school disruption but what about Covid's impact on newborns and their parents?
15 years after the Kent robbery that shook the country, we look at how the criminals pulled it off and the ongoing mystery of the missing millions.
Kent's venues should have been welcoming half term visitors, but instead stand empty in lockdown. We've had exclusive access to some of them.
It only lasted four years but the much-hyped 'World Cup of Motorsport' made an instant impact in Kent, drawing thousands of fans to Brands Hatch.
Once on the frontline of Britain's defences many of Kent's forts have been left to ruin, we've explored the history of a decaying part of our history.
It's been 100 years since a controversial half-naked statue was moved to a park - after its original location was deemed somewhat scandalous.
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.
Bestselling author Jacqueline Winspear's memoir of growing up in rural Kent tells of an idyllic childhood, while also revealing a wartime secret.
Fifty years ago this month Britain changed over to decimal currency, which was at first greeted with some scepticism and confusion.
A village pub which is set to reopen later this year has several links to key moments in British history.
The pandemic's changed the shape of gaming in Kent, we explore if the professional side of the digital world could become the next big sporting event.
It's become the dominant strain of the virus in the UK and spreading around the world - taking our county's proud name with it.
A novel's inspiration, an artist's desert home and the site of an illegal wedding, we discover Kent's links to LGBT history.
From factory workers to taxi drivers, we find out what it's like to be a key worker during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Incredible archive pictures show how the county was left submerged after the heaviest rainfall seen in decades.
We take a journey into the past with the help of back issues of Kent Life magazine.
In 2001 farmers across the country were forced to kill their livestock to stop the spread of a disease. Warning: Contains graphic images
The Radio 1 Roadshow was synonymous with the summer and regularly visited Kent. We take a look back at its hey-day.
It's been a home to Russian submariners, Michael Portillo, and YouTube explorers, but will the public get to step aboard the Black Widow?
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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