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Work starts on Brexit customs clearance site in Kent

Work starts on Brexit customs clearance site in Kent

There are concerns about the site picked for a customs clearance facility to deal with potential problems after Brexit.

Demand on food bank continues

Demand on food bank continues

Bosses of a Thanet food bank say there's a queue outside every morning as more and more people struggle to afford meals.

PM urged to apologise over care home comments

PM urged to apologise over care home comments

Care home bosses have reacted angrily to a suggestion from Boris Johnson that they didn't follow guidelines during the pandemic.

Arts industry in Kent 'mightily relieved' by cash promise

Arts industry in Kent 'mightily relieved' by cash promise

The arts industry in Kent has welcomed a £1.5bn investment as they try to survive the pandemic.

Kent prepares for 'Super Saturday'

Kent prepares for 'Super Saturday'

We're being urged to 'be careful' as pubs across the county prepare to reopen for the first time in more than three months.

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Pop up academy to help children catch up

Pop up academy to help children catch up

The search is on for teachers to help children who would have missed six months of school by the time they return in September.

100 days of lockdown and fears over 'Super Saturday'

100 days of lockdown and fears over 'Super Saturday'

A leading behavioural scientist from Kent says lockdown was brought in too late and this weekend's easing is 'misjudged'.

Tony completes walking challenge

Tony completes walking challenge

A 5-year-old boy who needed both legs amputated as a baby has raised more than £1m after walking every day in June.

Summer holidays abroad could still happen

Summer holidays abroad could still happen

A review of quarantine is underway which could mean you can go abroad this summer without having to isolate when you get back.

Men stabbed at beach rave

Men stabbed at beach rave

Two men have been taken to hospital after being stabbed when hundreds of people gathered on a Kent beach.

Traffic misery on hottest day of the year

Traffic misery on hottest day of the year

Thousands of people have been flocking to beaches despite concerns over high UV levels and the ongoing pandemic.

'It's crucial to our survival'

'It's crucial to our survival'

Arts organisations have reacted to receiving emergency funding as lockdown continues to cripple the creative industries.

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Welcome to life after lockdown

Welcome to life after lockdown

Booking in advance to go for a pint and red stickers if you've used the loo - just some of the steps Kent firms are taking to emerge from lockdown.

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Debate continues over return to school

Debate continues over return to school

It's the big issue affecting parents right now - Nicola has been chatting to My Kent Family editor Lauren about children returning to school.

How VE Day 75 will be marked in Kent

How VE Day 75 will be marked in Kent

Nicola Everett has been finding out from Oliver Kemp how the anniversary of the end of the Second World War will be remembered.

Impact of Covid-19 on the world of sport

Impact of Covid-19 on the world of sport

Nic chats to Joe Coshan from KMTV's Team Talk on the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on Kent's athletes.

Home school's out for the weekend - so how did it go?

Home school's out for the weekend - so how did it go?

Nic chats to My Kent Family editor Lauren on the challenges of home schooling during the lockdown.

The positive things happening despite coronavirus

The positive things happening despite coronavirus

Nic and Ollie chat about the good things going on across the county during the coronavirus lockdown.

Support for firms to deal with impact of Covid-19

Support for firms to deal with impact of Covid-19

Companies are to get support to help them through the coronavirus outbreak.

Impact of coronavirus in Kent

Impact of coronavirus in Kent

The health minister confirmed people over 70 could be told to self-isolate.

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