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All change at the top for busy Kent port

A new broom from Great Yarmouth has been shipped in to take over Kent docks.

Pilot scheme to boost business extended after success

Six firms have benefited so far - now another 10 will get chance to grow

Green space could be lost to new homes

Dozens of residents have been contacted about plans for a new development on their doorstep.


Ten-fold rise in 'dangerous' oyster racks

A company boss has defended a dramatic rise in trestles on a Kent beach.


Is your house earning more than you?

Some homes in Kent are earning more than the people in them, according to statistics from a high street bank.


Councillors hit back at house builder's tactics

Plans for up to 122 homes on green belt land have been rejected by a council after being branded "unacceptable".


Top salon moves out of town centre mall

Hair salon Rush moves its county town outlet

Shepherd Neame boss in top 20 'power' list

List compiled by the Caterer puts the brewery boss above a host of well known names

Cheers! Winemakers unite to boost tourism

Seven vineyards have teamed up to create a wine trail aiming to build on the 120,000 visitors who got a taste of Kent's tipple last year.

Escape room wins top prize at inaugural business awards

Awards night took place on Friday, April 20, and was a celebration of district's top talent

Site of popular Indian restaurant up for sale for £1.65m

Sellers say the site occupied by Mumbai Central has potential for redevelopment


A curious new brew from well known winemakers

Winemaker Chapel Down's new brewery has joined forces to launch the first in a series of unique beers.

Kent to house nuclear waste site?

A nuclear waste site - the size of 22 Wembley Stadiums - could be built in the county.


Pub's fears over 32 weeks roadworks

Roadworks to transform a huge shopping complex - that are due to last 32 weeks - are said to be having a severe impact on businesses.


What a nifty idea to feed people...

A revolution in food shopping could soon be hitting more of our towns.


Plans still on for giant store despite losses

Retail bosses reporting losses of £97million say plans to open their first purpose-built store in Kent are still on track.


Soaring costs put air show in doubt

Last year’s event attracted 100,000 people, but a Kent air show may not go ahead this year because of rising costs.


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.

Haulage group warns EU behind on customs checks

Road haulage chiefs have warned that small businesses could stop trading in Europe if customs checks after Brexit are too complex.


Plan to transform former colliery site

An ambitious scheme could see colliery which shut in 1987 turned into business and nature site.

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