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Teaser trailer released ahead of St George's Day

A Kent council has released an iconic video in the run up to St George's Day.

Red Arrows due to fly over coastal town once again

It's been confirmed the Red Arrows will return to a Kent town this summer for the first time in four years.

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Subway reveals Kent expansion plans

Fast food giant Subway has unveiled plans to open a number of new franchises in the county set to create hundreds of jobs.

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Owner's worry over jump in trampoline parks

A trampoline park boss believes the industry is reaching saturation point after a surge in indoor parks springing up in the county.

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Prosecco bar in horsebox adds sparkle to occasions

Going on maternity leave gave a mother of two the time and confidence to launch her own mobile Prosecco bar with a work friend.

Welcome to our hotel

A hotel is the latest opening in a £53 million Kent leisure and retail complex.

Ferry operator fined after crash

A company and its director who used to run a ferry service in Kent has been ordered to pay £16,000 after a crash.

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Nine new rides at Dreamland

A Kent attraction is pulling out all the stops to try and entice in new visitors with the promise of new exciting experiences.

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Travelodge opens one of two new Kent hotels

A new Travelodge represents an investment of £5.5 million and has created 15 new jobs.

Shrewd spending Gills

Gillingham paid just over £17,000 out in agent fees over a one year period – the lowest in League 1.

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App to guide fans to the game

Pub goers in Kent will become the first to test a new app which will ease the stress of finding the best boozer showing sport in an unfamiliar place.

Costa eyes up seafront site

National coffee chain Costa has held talks about opening a cafe in an empty seafront site, it has been revealed.

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Full steam ahead for harbour station

The transformation of a 19th century station at a seaside attraction is complete.

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Hygiene boost for Michelin chicken liver row chef

A Michelin-starred chef’s restaurant has been given the highest hygiene rating, months after it was embroiled in controversy over under-cooked liver.

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Saga handicapped after finance chief's Paddy Power switch

Over-50s holiday and insurance group Saga is on the hunt for a finance chief after its incumbant announced he is moving to Paddy Power Betfair.

Golf course closure confirmed despite last ditch efforts to save site

Cabinet members have approved the controversial closure of a golf course but say they will still consider a takeover plan put forward by campaigners.

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Prezzo to shut three Kent restaurants

Hundreds of jobs are to go at restaurant chain Prezzo after its creditors agreed a restructuring plan.

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Fire damaged pub rises from the ashes

An historic pub has finally reopened with a smokehouse theme, more than a year after it was devastated by a fire.

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Gills sponsor ends deal with club

The main sponsor of Gillingham FC has announced it is ending its deal with the club after seven years.

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Visit Kent boss to step down

The boss of an organisation promoting tourism in the county has announced she is quitting after 13 years.

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