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Physical transactions have fallen 30% across NatWest branches since 2010

29 October 2013

A jewellers will be advertised for free on Barclays cash machines as part of a new scheme to help local businesses.

Blockbuster goes into administration... again

The Blockbuster branch in Margate closed in 2013

29 October 2013

The DVD and video games chain has blamed poor trading conditions for going bust for the second time this year.

Leisure and tourism boost in tough financial climate

Discovery Park in east Kent

17 October 2013

A report released today finds the tourism industry contributed £3.4 billion to the county's economy in a tough year for parts of the property sector.

Media company in the spotlight at the Turner

11 October 2013

KM Group chairman Geraldine Allinson hosts reception at Margate's Turner Contemporary.

The one-man bands filling the post-nuclear vacuum

Dungeness A power station on the day it closed on New Year's Eve 2006

09 October 2013

A grant scheme aimed at micro-businesses is aiming to fill the void left by the decline in part of Kent's once thriving nuclear industry.

Put people on the career ladder

To find out more about the Kick Start Kent campaign email kickstartkent@thekmgroup.co.uk

08 October 2013

Kent Business is launching the Kick Start Kent campaign, showing how companies and workers can benefit from apprenticeships.

"Never a better time" to join Kent's digital industry

MP Damian Collins

03 October 2013

Folkestone and Hythe MP Damian Collins pledges to champion the county's digital industry at the second Digital in Kent event

Digital in Kent conference draws the UK's finest

Josh Whiten - owner of Webscape digital marketing agency and one of Kent’s leading SEO experts

03 October 2013

Industry experts in search engine optimisation, pay per clicks and social media head to the Kent coast to inspire a brave, new world.

Old Town given boost with £1.3m lottery funding

The Old High Street, Folkestone

26 September 2013

The Old Town in Folkestone has been awarded £1.3m by the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore old buildings for community use.

Kent businesses invited to attend new Christmas event

Turner Contemporary, Margate

10 September 2013

Margate's Turner Contemporary is calling for Kent artists and makers to sell their work at festive retail event Made Contemporary

Apprentice star suffers ticket sales blow

Apprentice winner Stella English, who lives in Hernhill

05 September 2013

A winner of The Apprentice was forced to swap leading jazz and soul artists for tribute acts because of poor ticket sales at an entertainment event.

Thousands more tune in for Kent's biggest hits

kmfm logo

01 August 2013

Kent's radio station kmfm continues to grow with a number of its programmes gaining listeners, official figures have revealed.

GForces scoops awards for motor industry websites

Tim Smith, GForces

22 July 2013

GForces, based near Maidstone, has won national awards for best motor industry websites

Deal is getting a cinema

James Wallace outside the Regent on Deal seafront

02 July 2013

Ambitious plans to reopen the iconic Regent on Deal seafront have been completed.

Let’s meet up and share our ideas

Neil Webster of the KM Group

01 July 2013

New east Kent network group looking for media and creative input

Kent crashes out of culture contest

Turner Contemporary, Margate

19 June 2013

East Kent's bid to be crowned UK City of Culture 2017 has failed, with the area not making a shortlist announced today.

From city lights to film rights

Dan Stevens and Emily Browning

13 June 2013

Former Kent schoolboy Jeremy Cowdrey left a City career to produce Summer in February, a new movie starring Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens

Ratner surprised high-speed rail has not done more for county

Gerald Ratner meets Ruwena Vesty of the Design Council and Jo James, right, of Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce at the expo

11 June 2013

Jewellery entrepreneur Gerald Ratner speaks out at B2B 2013, the annual business expo run by Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce

Financial advisors hit right note at Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre

Sir Andrew Davis

20 May 2013

Canterbury-based firm Pharon Independent Financial Advisers Limited is to support the Philharmonia Orchestra’s next three seasons at the Marlowe.

Cartoon archive among most vaulable websites in UK

Joy Everingham is a chaplain at the University of Kent in Canterbury

29 April 2013

THE British Cartoon Archive at Kent University is listed as one of the top 100 websites worth preserving for the future.

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