In a sleepy village in 1967 people began hurling custard pies at each other - 53 years on we take a look at the history of a uniquely Kentish event.
Following the easing of some lockdown restrictions, more and more people have been enjoying the fresh air - and needing a bathroom break.
Four years after a man linked to the murder of a pensioner was shot by police, the inquest is yet to take place.
Our reputation as the Garden of England is well known but some are producing food and drink you might not always associate with the county.
The shocking cost of lockdown on Kent's £4 billion tourism sector has been revealed.
Take our quiz to find out if you know your 'nabbler' from your 'scram'.
The county is home to a number of pubs with fascinating histories - with some even dating back to the 1100s. Does your local feature?
A father and son have created an art exhibition inspired by famous painters during lockdown.
A "one-of-a-kind" biker killed in a crash on a main road has been remembered by his heartbroken family as police appeal for witnesses.
Thousands of people across the county have been applying for fruit picking and getting no response as farmers tackle the uncertainty of lockdown.
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Kent Cricket trio have been asked to return to training in preparation for behind-closed-doors action.
Lydden Hill racetrack near Canterbury is set to host racing action at the end of August but whether fans can watch remains uncertain.
A coastal spot, popular with walkers, has reopened its car park for those heading to visit in their cars.
We can't guarantee seaside solitude, but we've sought out some slightly quieter spots for a day at the coast in Kent during the current crisis.
June will see the arrival of two new TV shows for kids. We take a look at what's in-store for young viewers.
Flower power's blossoming, with the need to get creative and connect with nature, and comedian Vic Reeves is hosting a TV show tapping into it.
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