Dozens of staff have been made redundant at a telecommunications company after the taxman announced its intention to take it to court.
Private security firm G4S has had more than 1,700 complaints in just 12 months after taking over the county's private ambulance service.
A children’s designer clothes retailer is on a recruitment drive as it hosts its second in-house jobs fair.
Two notorious roundabouts near the M20 are to be upgraded as part of attempts to attract more business and jobs.
Staff raised concerns with health inspectors about targets they felt incentivised them to encourge patients to go through with abortions.
A mechanical and electrical contractor is getting wet by launching a plumbing and drainage division, set to create 15 jobs over two years.
Unemployment remained static across Kent last month but there was a surge in young people claiming.
A £25 million tyre seller and MOT centre business with branches across Kent is under new ownership.
Calls are growing for more rest stops for lorry drivers after it emerged hundreds of foreign hauliers are failing to take enough breaks.
Young estate agent Charlie Craddock is the pride of his office after packing boxes on his days off to help an elderly house-mover.
An Olympic silver medallist helped launch the newest branch of a discount supermarket today.
A Kent woman has launched a scheme to help people become real-life sorcerers.
A Kent MP and top aide to the Prime Minister has admitted Britain would be better off staying in the European Union.
A firm is poised to take over a contract - worth nearly a million pounds - to provide support for GP-led health groups in the county.
The long-awaited redevelopment of a town seafront is gathering pace with food and drink outlets expected to open within months.
Two luxury Kent hotels have been sold as part of a multi-million pound property deal.
Kent's Apprentice contestant Danny Grant has spoken about his early exit from the show, and the surreal experience of watching himself on television.
Bosses at a charity for older people say jobs could be at risk as a result of falling donations.
Fewer young people are taking apprenticeships because big employers are opting to train their present staff instead, official figures indicate.
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