From markets with seasonal goodies to the arrival of Santa, there's some fabulously festive events on this weekend across Kent.
Face coverings are once again compulsory in shops, on buses and trains because of the new Omicron Covid variant but are shoppers following the rules?
A man has appeared in court, after he was charged with the murder of missing Sissinghurst woman Alexandra Morgan.
The number of people with Covid being treated in Kent's hospitals has fallen for the third week in a row.
Boris Johnson has announced tighter Covid measures as two cases of the Omicron variant have been discovered in the UK.
Two new cases of the new Omicron variant have been found in the UK.
Snow has hit parts of the county while others are being battered by bad weather following Storm Arwen.
A 4ft tall cutout of Wallace and Gromit is among Christmas decorations made from thousands of recycled tickets at a train station.
The owner of an Indian restaurant named the best in Kent has been recognised with a lifetime achievement prize in a national award ceremony.
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Catch up with all the week's football fixtures and results.
Manager Tommy Warrilow says there’s more to come from his table-topping Ashford United side.
This month, the eight previous winners of the Kent Pet's Tournament are hoping for your vote so they can win the overall crown.
Households looking for puppies or kittens for sale this Christmas are being warned about an increase in deceitful pet sellers.
Experts have explained which dogs are the best companions for your feline and tips for introducing a new pet to your existing furry friend.
After streaming to an empty theatre last year, the county's biggest panto is back. But does it still cut it after a year away from live audiences?
A popular festive weekend event returns with street entertainment, carols and seasonal goodies on sale.
A new children’s play area has opened as part of a large investment into part of one Kent town.
KCC's economic director has suggested young people could help solve driver shortages faced by the haulage industry.
Round up of the strengths and expertise of different law firms across the county, based on the findings of respected guides by Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.
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This winter we face a double threat from COVID-19 and flu, but free COVID-19 booster and flu vaccines are available.
Stagecoach South East outlines steps in place to resolve driver shortage.