Kent has lots to celebrate today, including its Blue Flag beaches, so we've taken a look back at how the county's seaside towns have changed.
The government's top man for justice has announced he is to review into the way prison service employees report concerns.
Caravan parks on Sheppey have bounced back from Covid-19, leading some to wonder is the sun-kissed Isle is Kent's next tourist destination.
The mother and daughter duo behind a soft play centre for children have switched business models in order to survive after coronavirus disruption.
A procession of motorbikes gathered to mark the birthday of a 'happy-go-lucky' teenage boy who died of a heart attack.
Organisers of an annual carnival parade have announced this year's event will be cancelled due to coronavirus.
Bones, teeth and coffins are scattered in a place off the Kent coast but few know the reason they are there - this is the story of Deadman's Island.
When retired HGV driver Tony Valentine saw a sign saying Leave nothing on the beach but your foot prints it gave him a stunning idea for the seaside.
Town centre visitors and shoppers will be given 30 minutes grace from this weekend after councillors approved an urgent motion.
A man has been charged in a London murder investigation after armed police operation.
This covered way protected the public from a wartime coastal rifle range. But now it is falling apart and faces demolition. Should it be saved?
A man has been arrested in connection with a London murder after armed officers sealed off a seaside town centre.
A natural final resting place, surrounded by fields of crops, has finally opened after years of campaigning.
Traders are up in arms because £100k earmarked to help them compete with an out-of-town shopping centre has still not been spent after eight years.
A pharmaceuticals business has confirmed 26 jobs are to disappear after the firm announced it was undergoing a restructure.
The heartbroken family of a 14-year-old boy who died suddenly have paid tribute.
A personal fitness trainer has used his time in lockdown to create a new range of gym wear for women.
Liam Sidders was desperate to perform well on his first mission as an RNLI helmsman. But then the man in the sea turned out to be something different.
Keeping councillors in check has been described like herding cats. But this mayor has discovered the knack at 76.
A Kent Rotary club which had to cancel its beer festival because of coronavirus has come up with a 'crackling' idea to bring home the bacon.
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