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Power station plans go on show

Plans to turn a former power station into a major port will be unveiled at a series of public exhibitions next month.

£6.9m roads plan to cope with new housing

Kent County Council has unveiled plans to carry out improvements at a link road.


New round of Southern strikes planned

Union bosses have announced another round of strikes on Southern trains after talks broke down on a new deal yesterday.


Harbour's redevelopment takes next step

Plans for the next phase of work to redevelop a harbour as part of a multi-million pound project have been revealed.


Launch of new minibuses in town

A new fleet of minibuses have launched in a town in Kent. Have you been on the new Little and Often service yet?


Boss says firms will thrive in brave new Brexit world

The boss of one of Dartford’s biggest businesses is confident that Brexit will be a success – despite the potential impact on his shipping firm.

Service award for freight firm

An emergency freight forwarding business was presented an award by Olympic swimmer and TV presenter Sharron Davies.

Be a part of ‘thriving community’

Firms entering Kent’s most high-profile business awards will be recognised alongside the county’s “diverse” business world, according to a sponsor.

MPs attack “disastrous” rail franchise

Members of the Transport select committee say the government should consider if the operators are in breach of their contract.


Huge transformer on Kent's roads

An 87-metre delivery vehicle with special cargo will get a police escort as it makes its way along the M20.


Kent projects receive £34.2m

The Government is to inject cash into nine schemes across Kent to help create jobs.


Is third Thames Crossing stalling?

The Government is refusing to say when an announcement will be made on a third Thames crossing - as drivers continue to struggle on clogged roads.


Airport's expansion touching down early

Bosses say the timetable to build a new terminal may be brought forward earlier than planned as a mark of confidence in the airport's expansion.


More Tube strikes announced

Commuters are facing more travel misery as two more strikes are announced on the London Underground.

Petrol station strike threat called off

Threatened strike action that could have halted deliveries to supermarket petrol stations in the county has been called off.

Port gains £200m backing

The expansion of a port is a step closer after a consortium of British and European lenders agreed a £200 million package of loans.

Consultation on proposed parkway station

Kent County Council wants the public's opinion on the latest plans for a new railway station.


New train station plans still on track

Council chiefs are still optimistic that plans to build a brand new railway station in a Kent suburb will go ahead.

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