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Mexican food from the White House to the County Town

Mexican food from the White House to the County Town

13 March 2017

He’s cooked for the Obamas – now chef Johnny Hernandez is heading up an authentic Mexican restaurant in Kent.

A world first virtual visit to a Kentish hop garden

A world first virtual visit to a Kentish hop garden

27 February 2017

Brewer Shepherd Neame has unveiled the world's first virtual reality tour of a hop garden, featuring the "godfather" of UK hop growing.

Potters prepare for their wheel of fortune

Potters prepare for their wheel of fortune

06 February 2017

Kent's men of clay prepare for hundreds wanting to get behind the wheel as the Great Pottery Throw Down launches again.

Former MMA professional fighter sets up his own gym

Former MMA professional fighter sets up his own gym

20 January 2017

Fighters who come under the wing of Steve O'Keefe at his new gym are in good hands: he's fought the best - the very best.

A test of nerve: Panic Room business proves a storming success

A test of nerve: Panic Room business proves a storming success

16 January 2017

A couple who set up fiendish challenges through their Panic Room series are celebrating an extraordinary year of growth.

A second serving of Kent country pub for husband and wife team

A second serving of Kent country pub for husband and wife team

09 January 2017

Pub owner and chef Dane Allchorne opens a second foray into the food business with a country pub, The Barrow House.

Third Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant and Bar opens

Third Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant and Bar opens

27 December 2016

Entrepreneur Turrloo Parrett has opened his third Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant and Bar in Kent

Cheers to those clever people who make beer

Cheers to those clever people who make beer

25 December 2016

As you're swigging your favourite festive beer, have you ever wondered how they make it taste so good? We visited Britain's oldest brewer to find out.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

22 December 2016

The Kent Business newsletter will go on a festive break and returns early next year.

Carlo's taste of Madeira

Carlo's taste of Madeira

16 December 2016

A Madeiran bar manager, who worked at a football club sponsored by Cristiano Rinaldo, hit the headlines back home - for starting a job in Kent.

Old Fire Station is cooking up a storm

Old Fire Station is cooking up a storm

17 October 2016

Tonbridge's Old Fire Station, which was transformed into a venue for food and drink pop-ups, is about to celebrate its first year in business.

Tax rebate take-up is "disappointing" among firms

Tax rebate take-up is "disappointing" among firms

13 October 2016

Firms are unaware they can claim tax credits from the government for solving their own business problems.

Retro laser tag studio opens

Retro laser tag studio opens

10 October 2016

A retro laser tag studio has opened in a town 14 years after the owners, a married couple, started their business in children's entertainment.

A mission to bring food with flavour to the people of Kent

A mission to bring food with flavour to the people of Kent

08 August 2016

Award-winning chef and owner of Kent Fine Foods, Matthew Kearsey-Lawson is on a food mission.

Mast firm’s help for sound system

Mast firm’s help for sound system

20 July 2016

A Kent school will benefit from a new sound system thanks to a donation from the firm which proposes to build a mast taller than the Shard

From bricklaying to chief executive: college chief calls it a day

From bricklaying to chief executive: college chief calls it a day

04 July 2016

Former MidKent College student retires after 11 years as chief executive.

Cornering the market in the restaurant business

Cornering the market in the restaurant business

28 June 2016

Chef owner Matt Sworder prepares to open a second Corner House restaurant after restoring one of Canterbury's oldest pubs.

From the classroom to the kitchen

From the classroom to the kitchen

14 June 2016

He's moving from the classroom to the kitchen but chef Craig Mather is still keeping one eye on the next generation.

'My battle against waves of wasteful EU rules'

'My battle against waves of wasteful EU rules'

08 June 2016

Kent MD hits out at European Union red tape as she announces plans to join the Leave campaign...

'Lighten the load so pupils can get down to business'

'Lighten the load so pupils can get down to business'

07 June 2016

Kent's Young Enterprise chairman has called on the government to relieve pressures on schools and give them more time to teach about entrepreneurship.

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