Is there trouble in paradise? One of the county's top tourist hotspots could be 'abandoned' amid fears of collapse under the weight of its popularity.
Newsreader by day dominatrix by night, Melissa Todd is an Oxford-educated sex worker and this is her story.
Just how much has the county changed in the last 40 to 50 years? Take a trip down memory lane with 101 pictures of Kent's towns.
The remarkable story of the fugitive peer and one of the county's most charismatic characters.
The man who booked Prince lifted the lid on the drama around securing one of the world's legendary performers to play in Kent.
A former addict and drug dealer who was jailed for stabbing another prisoner in the neck with a knife has told his incredible story of redemption.
These incredible photos from our archives show how the county was transformed during the Swinging Sixties.
The Herald of Free Enterprise disaster claimed 193 lives in 1987. This is the story of what happened after the ferry was refloated.
Can you spot yourself or someone you know in these amazing photographs taken across the county during the 1970s?
We take a look back at some of the city's most legendary pubs which have sadly closed - and what's there now.
Amazing pictures of packed dance floors and crazy antics show exactly why Amadeus has earned legendary status.
Can you spot yourself or someone you know in these amazing photographs taken across the county during the 1980s?
From Amadeus to Atomics, the glory days of clubbing across the county have been captured on camera.
From a celebrity duo's £5m mansion, to a clifftop house with swimming pool - some truly spectacular homes have recently come on the market.
Just how much has the county changed in the last 70 years? Take a trip down memory lane with dozens of pictures of Kent's towns.
From former opera houses, to police stations to car showrooms - each of the county's 23 Wetherspoon pubs has a fascinating history behind it.
Join us on a stroll down memory lane, looking back at the shops, pubs and famous faces in our towns in the 1990s. Can you spot yourself?
A 35-year-old woman saw the ground open up beneath her as she walked with her young son.
Traders fear removing vital parking spaces from outside shops to make way for a new £1.5m bus lane could have a devastating impact on the town centre.
Exclusive: Sir Roger De Haan has faced “horrible” comments over his plans to transform a harbour – but remains determined to see his vision complete.
A former top sports star is trying to resolve the 60-year mystery why she was sensationally dropped from an Olympic final.
Amid all the turmoil in our town centres, a store that has been serving customers since 1790 reveals the secrets of its success.
One topic guaranteed to set our letters pages abuzz is the so-called ‘war on motorists’ – but has it all been “manufactured” for political purposes?
Reporter James Pallant wants to get a driving licence – but like so many young people, he’s been left stunned by the cost of lessons and insurance.
Devastated friends and family of a dad who died while working on a new-build estate say he fell into an open manhole at the construction site.
Our story about an NHS worker unable to get help after becoming homeless sparked a lot of questions from readers about temporary accommodation.
The parents of a “kind and generous” teenager have told how her seizures led to a heartbreaking diagnosis that changed their lives forever.
A dad pulled to safety from railway lines was given a train ticket by police upon release - and returned to the same spot to take his own life.
A Kent soldier who survived the D-Day landings but was killed liberating a Dutch village is being honoured by locals there to this day.
Tucked down a Kent side street was once a magical restaurant, with a river, a waterfall, a bridge and a wizard among the tables.
Exclusive: A self-styled education guru has quit as chair of governors at a Kent grammar amid claims she lied about having a PhD from Cambridge.
More than one in four Kent pupils were persistently absent from school in the last academic year – and parents are paying the price.
Stunning pictures taken by a microlight pilot show how much Kent has changed over the past three decades.
Ahead of his team’s historic clash tonight on live TV, a Sheppey Utd superfan reflects on the club’s century-long journey to the FA Cup first round.
A retired footballer has told the remarkable story of how he rose from club football in Kent to playing for New Zealand in the FIFA World Cup of 1982.
Our reporter doesn’t believe in ghosts – but has watched enough horror films to know walking alone into “screaming woods” tends not to end well.
Frustrated residents are calling for action on a popular part of Kent's coastline blighted by neglected buildings and a "do not swim" warning.
Following the demise of Wilko, we take a look at the largest empty shops in Kent’s town centres – and what the future could hold for each unit.
Nearly 70,000 Kent motorists have amassed millions in ULEZ charges for driving in the emissions zone in the year up until its latest expansion.
For the first time, the full story of how “The Godfather” ended up falling in love with Kent can be revealed.
A crisis facing a Kent bus firm has left parents fearing their children will be left stranded and other passengers concerned for their independence.
We take a look back at some of the most fascinating archaeological discoveries in Kent found, quite literally, beneath our feet.
An abandoned seafront housing estate has become a "disgusting dumping ground" occupied only by pigeons, rabbits and vandals.
Our man who pays by notes and coins as a first choice took the challenge of going cashless for a week – but could he conquer RingGo?
From presidents having to prove their religious devotion to anti-abortion laws – did Kent plant the seeds of modern America?
A priest hopes to bulldoze his former church to make way for a large house despite council chiefs previously scrapping the divisive plans.
As a coffee chain looks to open in a former Woolworths, we take a look at what replaced the high street giant after it vanished from our high streets.
As asking prices are slashed across the county, we look at why the property market may have peaked in parts of Kent.
The cost of providing temporary accommodation in Kent has doubled – but a leading councillor admits some people still end up “in squalor”.
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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