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A venue involved in a noise dispute with celebrity neighbour Jools Holland has had restrictions placed on its licence.
Kent County Council has introduced a £5,000 fine for estate agents who fail to declare their fees to customers.
Aldi has bought another site in the county with plans to open a new store by Christmas 2019, KentOnline can reveal.
A Kent port authority is looking into allegations concerning the behaviour of its chief executive.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been visiting a sports centre in Kent, where he was presented with a Gillingham FC shirt.
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The big bins of Countrystyle Recycling sit outside offcies and factories across the county but last year was a tough one for the waste management company. It suffered a 96% fall in profits thanks to a perfect storm of events including a fine from safety regulators over a serious brain injury to one of its staff, a fire at its woodyard and the fall in the value of the pound after the Brexit vote. A must-read is the write up of the Gender on the Agenda conference, where anyone "white, male, heterosexual and born before 1975" was accused of being "breathtakingly privileged". This issue marks 25 years since the launch of Kent Business and we feature an interview with founding business editor Trevor Sturgess. Plus, don't miss your 12-page Low Carbon Kent guide to government grants and loans for business.
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The KM Group is launching the Kick Start Kent campaign aimed at creating a better environment for employers to hire apprentices and for people to start a career using the route.
Read this comprehensive round up of the strengths and expertise of different law firms across the county, based on the findings of respected guides by Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.
Pizza Express will open its second restaurant at Bluewater this month, creating 34 jobs.
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