Villagers have said "no thanks" to the idea of a shop and street lights to accompany plans for 20 homes next to a recreation ground.
A new survey has revealed that almost one in five council chiefs fear their local authority could go bust.
Amid complaints of long delays to letters and parcels being delivered in Kent, a postie reveals his experience of working for Royal Mail.
With one district losing three bookshops in a month, we have spoken to store owners about the challenges they face.
Several areas of the county are at risk of flooding due to rising river levels, the Environment Agency says.
A council has been urged to plan for a new leisure hub before the existing one becomes unusable.
The controversial issue of how Kent deals with lone asylum-seeking children arriving in small boats is due back in the High Court.
A network-wide introduction of eTickets will see faster and more convenient travel between some of the county’s railway stations.
Council bosses are considering upping fines for littering, with one district already raising the maximum penalty to £500.
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Sam Noakes is confident of facing fellow unbeaten rival Mark Chamberlain in a big fight next year.
Matt Rush made it four goals in three games as Maidstone beat Truro on their return to National League South action.
An animal rescue volunteer who started fostering cats in 2015 has reached the milestone of caring for more than 140 cats and kittens.
An entrepreneurial couple have opened their first pet shop - just three years after launching the business in their hallway cupboard.
A family has told of their heartbreak after their 18-year-old cat died after being brutally attacked by a dog.
Watch three Christmas classics on the big screen as a seaside venue transforms into a festive grotto.
A new “immersive” tourist attraction has opened up in Kent, featuring a model town you can race around and countless miniature objects
A school which has waited 20 years for new premises will move to a “trailblazing” building in Kent’s garden city, with room for hundreds more pupils.
One of Kent’s biggest employers and manufacturers for defence, aerospace, and security has opened up more than 90 early career roles.
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