An MP has announced a decline in the number of new coronavirus infections in her constituency but warns the public to remain vigilant.
Bosses at a wildlife park have announced they have been forced to close due to the pressures caused by the pandemic.
Parents are facing the prospect of many more months of home schooling with the Government expected to rule out a return to the classroom in February.
The coronavirus infection rate in Kent is now nearly in line with the national average after another significant drop.
A swing bridge over the River Stour is to shut again so a bespoke part can be installed following an 11-week closure at the end of last year
Eight new flats, named after a Victorian England footballer, have been acquired by a council to help prevent people sleeping on the street.
An updated time scale has been revealed for a new 75-bed hotel that's under construction at a science park.
Find out who is on the run from police in Kent and why.
Tributes have been pouring in for a ' big hearted' soccer league secretary who died from the new variant of Covid-19.
Police have issued more than 700 fines for lockdown breaches during the pandemic, including to women trying to hide in cupboards.
View the latest coronavirus stats including new cases, rolling rate and case rate compared to average.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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.
Gillingham have strengthened their defensive department with a signing from Championship side Bristol City.
An overwhelming majority of Kent County League clubs want to complete the season.
If your walks need some extra interest, try looking for blue plaques to famous folk near you. We highlight some of the big names remembered in Kent.
Restaurants in Kent may be closed, but they can still offer takeaways. In a new series, we look at how you can help them and highlight some near you.
With home schooling set to continue parents are being offered free access to an online reading scheme used by thousands of primary schools.
A home with its own private elevator, high-spec finish and a terrace looking out to sea in a sought-after spot is the ultimate in beachfront living.
Work on a multi-million-pound trade park is set to begin - as developers look to cash in on a boom in out-of-town businesses.
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A running club is hosting a virtual fundraiser inspired by 'the bravest boy' they know fighting a terminal illness.
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