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Scores of jobs at risk under Manston Airport closure plans

Scores of jobs at risk under Manston Airport closure plans

19 March 2014

As many as 150 jobs are at risk under shock proposals to close Manston Airport after new owners decided it does not have a long-term future.

Pride of Kent ferry undergoes repairs

Pride of Kent ferry undergoes repairs

18 March 2014

The Pride of Kent ferry has been docked next to Admirality Pier since last night to have repair work done to one of the steering pumps.

Earnings target for Chunnel operator

Earnings target for Chunnel operator

13 March 2014

Eurotunnel is aiming to break the €500m (£418m) earnings barrier by 2015 after finalising its accounts for 2013 which saw revenues top €1bn (£836m).

Middle East trip for airport bosses

Middle East trip for airport bosses

11 March 2014

Managers at Lydd Airport are heading to Dubai to tell airlines and tourist operators about their £25m expansion plans.

Mafia fears over troubled ferry firm

Mafia fears over troubled ferry firm

11 March 2014

Council officers raised concerns about Italian investors' possible mafia links when it was drawing up a rescue package for debt-ridden Transeuropa.

New style plane to take flight in Kent

New style plane to take flight in Kent

06 March 2014

An aeroplane that takes off like a helicopter is being developed at Lydd Airport.

Profits rise for high-speed operator

Profits rise for high-speed operator

05 March 2014

In a record-breaking year for passenger numbers, cross-Channel service Eurostar has seen revenues and operating profits rise.

High-speed services for festival

High-speed services for festival

05 March 2014

The UK's largest military show will have high speed services during the weekend at the nearest station in a small east-Kent village.

Logistics firm acquired

Logistics firm acquired

04 March 2014

A Kent-based transport firm with more than 50 vehicles in its fleet has been taken over in a bid to boost revenues.

Business park plans rejected

Business park plans rejected

02 March 2014

A proposal for a "grotesque" business park has been thrown out by councillors.

Revealed: When the Dartford Crossing barriers will be removed

Revealed: When the Dartford Crossing barriers will be removed

02 March 2014

The date when new charges begin at the Dartford Crossing after the barriers are removed in a bid to ease congestion has been confirmed today.

Delay on commission ruling

Delay on commission ruling

26 February 2014

The Competition Commission has put back its decision on whether Eurotunnel has gained too much of the ferry market with its ownership of MyFerryLink.

Pivotal year for airport plans

Pivotal year for airport plans

26 February 2014

Council doubles its budget to fight options for an airport in Medway.

Hugh rise in numbers of passengers using high speed trains from Gravesend

Hugh rise in numbers of passengers using high speed trains from Gravesend

25 February 2014

Southeastern has reported a 75% rise in passengers using the high speed service from Gravesend in four years.

Oyster card for Dartford moves a step closer

Oyster card for Dartford moves a step closer

21 February 2014

Dartford rail passengers could soon benefit from the Oyster card.

New technology sees stolen van returned in just four hours

New technology sees stolen van returned in just four hours

15 February 2014

When a builder had his van stolen from outside his house in broad daylight he feared he might never see it again, but he had a trick up his sleeve...

Company boss fined thousands after sheep deaths

Company boss fined thousands after sheep deaths

13 February 2014

A company and its boss have been fined thousands of pounds after dozens of sheep had to be shot during live exports from Ramsgate.

Picket held at Saga offices

Picket held at Saga offices

12 February 2014

Union representatives will be staging a protest today outside the Saga headquarters in Folkestone

Stormy seas ahead?

Stormy seas ahead?

10 February 2014

As the Competition Commission looks again at Eurotunnel’s ownership of MyFerryLink, the battle for a cut of the cross-Channel market is intensifying.

Delays after Eurotunnel train breaks down

Delays after Eurotunnel train breaks down

06 February 2014

Passengers have been suffering long delays on Eurotunnel services today, with traffic queuing on the M20, after a train broke down.

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