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Blooming lovely garden created by housing association

AmicusHorizon staff work on show garden

10 July 2013

AmicusHorizon housing association has devised a new front garden for residents that will be unveiled at the Kent County Show

New home for pesticide testing firm

James Speck

10 July 2013

Pesticide testing firm QTS Analytical aims to grow with move to Kent Science Park

Patients left stranded just days into new transport service

Kent and Canterbury Hospital

10 July 2013

A boss has said he is 'deeply sorry' after his firm let down patients it was due to transport to hospital.

Car buyers in line for a date with JLS

JLS.

10 July 2013

Haywards Motor Group is offering car and van purchasers tickets to meet top boy band JLS

Squeeze gets tighter as KCC battles to plug £240m funding hole

County Hall, Maidstone. Picture: John Wardley

10 July 2013

County council leaders have today revealed how they will change the way services are provided to plug a huge funding hole.

Record sales for this weekend's county show

The Kent County Show.

10 July 2013

Online ticket sales for the Kent County Show this weekend have been at record levels

Lending a hand with some money

Gordon Henderson with Terry Dodd

09 July 2013

A Sheppey businessman has been given an award for his work lending money to people who cannot get access to banks.

Career expo brings instant results

Laura Sandys and Minister for Employment Mark Hoban at the jobs fair

09 July 2013

Job seeker lands a new career after just 30 minutes of the Thanet Jobs Fair

Regeneration at risk without new crossing - council

The current Dartford crossing. Picture: Steve Crispe

09 July 2013

The regeneration of Medway will be put at risk if a new Thames Crossing isn’t built, according to the council.

"Strong improvement" in housing market

08 July 2013

Bovis Homes reports strong first half improvement in housing market thanks to Help to Buy scheme

Permanent job placements grow to three-year high

Looking for a career change? Kent Jobs makes it easier to search and find a role that suits you

08 July 2013

Jobs report reveals that growth in the number of people placed in permanent jobs by recruitment agencies is at its highest for three years.

Young people the focus of manufacturing show

Jo James is chief executive of the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce. Picture: Doug Harman

08 July 2013

Manufacturing and Engineering Expo opens for business in Chatham Historic Dockyard

Kent's London 2012 supremo moves to Cardiff

Chris Hespe

08 July 2013

Chris Hespe, who spearheaded Kent involvement in the Olympic and Paralympic Games 2012, is taking up a senior job in Cardiff

Taxpayers will foot airport upgrade bill

An aerial shot of Rochester Airport

08 July 2013

The regeneration of Rochester Airport is set to cost Medway Council taxpayers around £4.5million, it has emerged.

Energy-saving company hoping for glory in the Dartford and Gravesham Business Awards

08 July 2013

The first of our entrants in the Dartford and Gravesham Business Awards 2013 is leading the way in helping cut energy bills.

Why Lounge on the Farm is now the headline act

Lounge on the Farm crowds

08 July 2013

Financial problems may have prompted the demise of several of our biggest music festivals but one event continues to go from strength to strength.

Change of ownership at cinema

Costa Coffee is coming to Queenborough's Neats Court

08 July 2013

New seating, fast ticket machines and a Costa Coffee cafe planned as Chatham Odeon enters a new era

300 tonnes go up in flames in huge recycling centre blaze

A fireball erupts from the fire at the Sweeep recycling centre in Milton Regis. Picture: Andy Ives

08 July 2013

Around 300 tonnes of electrical equipment has been destroyed in a massive fire at a recycling centre that has finally been extinguished today.

Chapel Down expands after £4.3m funding deal

08 July 2013

Chapel Down vineyard is to plant new vines and build a brewery with a £4.3 million equity finance deal

Next’s hopes of building a large store outside of the town centre have been thrown into doubt

An artist's impression of the new Next store on the outskirts of Maidstone

08 July 2013

Next’s hopes of building a large store outside of the town centre have been thrown into doubt, despite receiving planning permission.

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