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BHS branch closes doors for last time

03 August 2016

Another county branch of BHS has rolled down its shutters for the final time

Varnish firm creates 15 jobs

The warehouse operation at Wood Finishes Direct has grown significantly with the increase of online sales

28 July 2016

A wood-finishing retailer is hiring new staff after expanding turnover to £8 million.

Unemployment rate falls again in Kent

The county's dole queues have shrunk

20 July 2016

The number of people out of work in the county has fallen again as the jobless figure is cut by more than 500.


New Lidl store plans revealed

Lidl won't be coming to Sheppey

29 June 2016

German discount supermarket chain Lidl wants has unveiled proposals to build a new store.


Car sales site could bring 300 new jobs

An artists impression of the new Big Motoring World depot at Blue Bell Hill

27 June 2016

One of Kent's biggest car retailers has gained planning permission for a new 22-acre car supermarket.


Big brands hiring at shopping centre

An aerial shot of the Ashford Designer Outlet. Picture: Dean Morse

21 June 2016

A jobs fair will be held at a mall in the county today.

Unemployment down in Kent

Fewer people are on the dole in Kent

15 June 2016

There has been a fall in the number of people claiming unemployment benefits, indicating employers remain confident despite the referendum.


New jobs announced as buyer signs deal to buy old M&S store

Contractors measuring up outside the old Marks and Spencer store in New Road

02 June 2016

A multi-million pound contract agreeing the sale of Gravesend’s old Marks & Spencer store has finally been signed.


Growth in jobless numbers halts

The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Kent has fallen

18 May 2016

The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Kent flatlined last month after a long period of growth.


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09 May 2016

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Shoe store opens its doors

Deichmann has opened in the former WHSmith premises in the Pentagon Centre

28 April 2016

Deichmann shoes has opened a store in Chatham, where WHSmith used to be, creating 12 jobs.

Date set for opening of new fashion store

The location of the new River Island shop

20 April 2016

A popular clothing chain will open in a Kent town in just over two weeks.

Unemployment grows in Kent

The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Kent has fallen

20 April 2016

Another 170 people joined the dole queue in the county last month as jobless numbers grew nationally.


Council hunt for care apprentices

The home's been given six months to improve. Stock image

13 April 2016

Kent County Council is looking for 11 apprentices to work with adults with learning disabilities.


Farmers on hunt for pickers

Medway-based farmer AC Goatham & Son

31 March 2016

An apple and pear grower is looking to recruit more than 500 seasonal workers for this year’s harvest.


£30m shopping complex to create hundreds of jobs

New shops could be created in a £30m investment. Stock image

29 March 2016

Developers have revealed plans for a £30m shopping complex that would create hundreds of jobs.


Aldi hunts for apprentices

Aldi is hiring apprentices

22 March 2016

The supermarket is aiming to hire about 15 apprentices throughout Kent this year.

Chris takes virtual route to the top

Chris Pollard was hired as Eurasia managing director of a US firm despite never meeting his bosses

19 March 2016

A former business owner has been appointed to lead the expansion of a US firm into Europe and Asia having never met the people who hired him.

Charity appoints new CEO

Gill Gibb

18 March 2016

A Kent-based charity which helps the families of sick and disabled children requiring live-saving surgery has appointed a new CEO.

Plenty of homes but where are the jobs?

Most councils plan to build more houses than the number of jobs set to be created over the next 15 years

17 March 2016

Not enough new jobs will be created by most councils across Kent to cover the amount of homes set to be built over the next 15 years.

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