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Dog World has ceased trading.

Canine weekly paper goes bust

Publishers of a Kent-based newspaper for dog shows have announced that the publication has ceased trading after a fall in revenues and advertising.

Grenfell Tower firm finishing Kent project

The contractor at the centre of the controversy surrounding the Grenfell Tower disaster is in charge of the final phase of Park Wood’s multi-million pound regeneration

A contractor behind the controversial refurbishment of a fire-ravaged London high-rise block is in charge of the final phase of a housing project.

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Law firm revenues pass £20m

Thomson Snell & Passmore chief executive Simon Slater

A legal business in the county has broken the £20m barrier in turnover for the first time in its latest financial year.

Business champions unveiled in record year

The KEiBA class of 2017

An IT support firm, a medical manufacturer and a coffee company were the big winners at Kent's most prestigious business awards - KEiBA 2017.

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Port reveals plans for old steel works

More than 200 new jobs announced as part of a £50 million development of a derelict site. But port bosses need help to name new £3 million bridge.

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Takeover offer 'significantly undervalues' firm

Hornby said the takeover bid "significantly undervalues" the company

Model maker Hornby said a takeover bid by its largest shareholder "significantly undervalues" the company.

Lineker tucks in at award-winning pub

Gary Lineker at The Sportsman with sous chef Joe McMahan

Football star Gary Lineker ditched the crisps and tucked into a meal at a gastropub just hours before it was named best in the country.

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Bidders for south eastern rail franchise announced

A Southeastern train. Stock image

Four companies are competing to run Kent's rail service and the government says whoever wins must provide more spacious and reliable trains.

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Housing looks set for approval

The homes, if approved, will be built north of Newington High Street.

Controversial plans to build an extra 124 homes in a village look set to be given the go-ahead.

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Deal split puts 'hundreds of jobs at risk'

The giant theme park is scheduled to open in 2022

The loss of a big-name partner from a planned £3.2 billion theme park raises questions about the viability of the project, say councillors.

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Homeowners will keep swapping Whitstable for Herne Bay

Average house prices are higher in Whitstable than Herne Bay

Homeowners in Whitstable will keep selling up and moving to Herne Bay even if prices in the town continue to rise, property experts say.

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Plans for 300-truck lorry park revealed

Lorries parked in Poulton Close, Dover

People are invited to have their say on a proposed lorry park in Kent which aims to take up to 300 trucks off the road.

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Domino's Pizza confirm store opening

Credit: Domino's Pizza Group Ltd.

The newest branch of the pizza takeaway chain is set to open in August.

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Hornby receives takeover offer

Hornby has received a takeover offer

The largest shareholder in model maker Hornby has made a takeover bid for the company, valuing it at £27.4 million.

POLL: Retail park to introduce time limits

South Aylesford Retail Park. Stock image

Time limits on parking have been introduced at a popular Kent retail park.

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Exclusive: Paramount Park deal collapses

Plans include not just rides, but for an "entertainment city", featuring attractions such as theatre productions

Developers building a giant theme park have confirmed a shock split with Paramount Pictures, the film studio which was to lend its name to the resort.

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