With The FA Cup Final kicking off the summer of football at the weekend, football fans are being urged not to cost themselves a penalty by mixing the game with drink-driving.
This foster care fortnight (13 - 26 May), Kent County Council is urging more people to consider opening their homes to vulnerable children.
New appointments to Kent County Council’s Cabinet have been announced today.
Parents will be able to have their children’s car seats checked over for free by trained experts at a special safety event in Tunbridge Wells.
Citizens Advice and the Trading Standards Institute have teamed up to highlight the problem of scams, tell people how to avoid being taken in and how they can fight back against the scammers.
Roads chiefs at Kent County Council are drafting in more than 30 additional crews for its “Find and Fix” post-winter blitz on potholes around the county
Kent is bucking the national trend with small numbers of measles cases and an above average take-up of the MMR vaccine.
Bus passengers are being asked what they think about plans to improve services along the A20 between Maidstone and Tonbridge.
More than 400 potential councillors from 15 different parties will fight for control of Kent County Council when residents go to the polls on 2 May.
Businesses are being invited to an Exporting for Growth event in Tunbridge Wells on 26 April (8.30 to 11.00am).
The technical issue with the supplier experienced on 11 April has now been resolved and all numbers starting 08458 are now available. Anyone wishing to call us should continue to use the 0300 numbers. 0300 333 5540 remains our main contact number.
Former Formula One world champion, John Surtees OBE, has been presented with this year’s Kent Invicta Award for his outstanding work with Kent’s young people through motorsport.
The Staplehurst, Marden and Headcorn area Kent Community Alcohol Partnership, which aims to combat underage public drinking and anti-social behaviour, is being launched on Friday (12 April) with a disco.
The flags above County Hall have been lowered to half-mast in a tribute to former Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher, who has died aged 87.
The number of 0 to two year olds needing adoptive families has nearly tripled in the past year, according to figures from Kent County Council.
Almost 96 in every 100 children across Kent will start their formal education in 2013 at a primary school their parents have chosen.
For more than one in ten, it still hasn’t clicked that wearing a seatbelt can saves lives. Read Alaina's story.
Kent County Council is looking for people who can open up their home to help care for people with dementia.
Thousands of Kent residents could benefit from more health care in their own community with less reliance on district hospitals, according to new ideas presented by Kent County Council.
The ill-gotten gains of a fraudster who made millions out of fake designer shoes have been used to clean up and improve a public right of way.