Coronavirus cases are continuing to rise across Kent - denting hopes of Tier 3 restrictions being lifted by Christmas.
Doctors surgeries will be expected to deliver 1,000 coronavirus vaccinations per week once the programme is up and running.
Pharmacy experts will be at the heart of the roll out of the first approved coronavirus vaccine using their specialist knowledge to store doses.
Health bosses have issued a warning against being complacent after the first coronavirus vaccine was approved for use in the UK.
Kent is now in Tier 3 - but while that yearned-for pint in a pub is still some way off there are plenty of ways to keep entertained this December.
A bus driver and dad-of-five has been praised for going 'above and beyond' to help an elderly passenger cross the road after she missed her stop.
About 13,000 jobs are at risk after Sir Philip Green's retail empire Arcadia entered administration.
Several towns along the Kent coast are at risk of flooding at high tide, the Environment Agency say.
A ramping up of coronavirus tests across the country could see Kent move out of tier three, ministers believe.
Part of a popular Stagecoach route has been restored after it was declared a no-go zone.
We have two family tickets for four to give away to Christmas at the Castle
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Scott Robertson was a starter for the Gills again in midweek and boss Steve Evans reckons he’ll be in Celtic’s first team next season.
Gillingham boss Steve Evans says he picked a defence to nullify the threat of their former striker Brandon Hanlan on Wednesday night and it paid off.
A family-friendly, one-mile illuminated trail through a forest will now open to visitors after a two-week delay due to lockdown.
Bears, arctic foxes and reindeer were among the animals treated to some early festive fun as a Kent wildlife park prepared to reopen.
Large numbers of pupils are missing school flu sprays because of bubble closures related to Covid. Health chiefs say the situation is 'challenging'.
An extremely rare Grade-II listed windmill house with fantastic views has been put on the market.
Canterbury Cathedral has been accused of acting in an un-Christian way by showing the door to several workers on zero-hours contracts.
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