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Euroferries release updated plans

Historic Boulogne could be just a 75 minute crossing from Ramsgate

13 May 2013

Cross-Channel crossings from Ramsgate to Boulogne move a step nearer with the announcement of a coach service ferrying passengers to the Kent port

It all adds up to excellence for accounting firm

Keith Newman, partner, Crowe Clark Whitehill

13 May 2013

Crowe Clark Whitehill wins excellence award for auditing

Fleet saved as owners agree sale

Ebbsfleet United's ground in Stonebridge Road, Northfleet

13 May 2013

Ebbsfleet United's owners have agreed to sell to a group of Kuwaiti investors in a move that secures the future of the struggling club.

'Economy will pick up'

CBI director-general John Cridland

13 May 2013

An influential business organisation is forecasting 1% growth this year in a prediction that will be welcomed by Kent firms.

Barclays helps housing tenants in County Town

Jenny Wells and Tommy Jackson from Barclays at the Money Skills workshop at Fusion Café, Park Wood

11 May 2013

Barclays is working with Golding Homes, the Maidstone-based non-profit making management company, to offer financial advice sessions to its tenants

Law firm selected for Chatham Maritime role

Chatham Maritime

10 May 2013

Law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has been selected as the sole provider of legal services to Chatham Maritime Trust for the next five years.

New managing partner at Tunbridge Wells legal practice

10 May 2013

Gavin Tyler has been elected as the new managing partner at Tunbridge Wells-based Cripps Harries Hall LLP.

Accountant hopes to free bookkeepers from desks

Will Wood, entrepreneur behind book-keeping business Yourbooksonline.co.uk

10 May 2013

A Kent accountant has set up an online business designed to allow bookkeepers to work from any device in any location.

Tea blender meets PM - and Earl Grey

Claims Mr Gove's changes are about his future political ambitions

10 May 2013

There's trouble brewing for the country's exporters. Entrepreneur Alex Probyn meet David Cameron at Downing Street to highlight the problems.

Bee-keeper Laura, seven, turning honey into money

Seven-year-old bee-keeper Laura Marolia with a jar of her honey

10 May 2013

While most little girls are playing with dolls and listening to One Direction, Laura Marolia has her own business making and selling honey.

Multi-billion pounds estuary airport dismissed by key committee

10 May 2013

A select committee of MPs is the most influential group yet to shoot down plans for a multi-billion pounds airport in the Thames Estuary.

Kent firms to take part in Royal celebration event

Shepherd Neame

10 May 2013

Kent firms which hold Royal Warrants will be taking part in a special event to celebrate the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation.

Bee-keeper Laura, 7, turns honey into money

Seven-year-old bee-keeper Laura Marolia with a jar of her honey

10 May 2013

Forget The Apprentice, seven-year-old Laura Marolia is well on the way to making her first million... with her own honey business.

Multi-billion pounds estuary airport dismissed by key committee

10 May 2013

A select committee of MPs is the most influential group yet to shoot down plans for a multi-billion pounds airport in the Thames Estuary.

Construction firm fined after worker buried in rubble at exclusive school

09 May 2013

A firm has been fined after rubble and earth crushed a worker - nearly killing him - during building work at exclusive Benenden School.

Chambers of Commerce back Bank decision to hold rate and QE

Sir Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, reading Kent Business

09 May 2013

The British Chambers of Commerce support Bank of England's decision to hold interest rate at 0.5%

Kent expert helps those affected by HS1 project

Tom French, BTF Partnership, advising landowners on HS2 compensation issues.

09 May 2013

A Kent expert has been called in to advise landowners and farmers affected by the controversial high-speed line from London to Birmingham.

How can paid search improve your business?

09 May 2013

Paid search is relatively simple to learn, but much harder to master. Find out more in this video tutorial.

Two businesswomen on course for double

Emily Kettle

08 May 2013

Emily Kettle and Jan Post on shortlist for First Women Awards

Marketing award for Moat Housing

Marilyn DiCara, director of sales and marketing for the Moat housing association.

08 May 2013

Moat Housing wins marketing award for Ashford estate

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