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Major office development edges closer

24 September 2020
Major office development edges closer

A scheme designed to create much-needed office and industrial space in a town has take a giant stride forward.

Business welcomes Chancellor's 'furlough replacement'

24 September 2020
Business welcomes Chancellor's 'furlough replacement'

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a string of support measures to help firms retain staff and survive the challenges posed by the pandemic.

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Plans submitted for £180m redevelopment of paper mill

24 September 2020
Plans submitted for £180m redevelopment of paper mill

Ambitious plans have been formally submitted to transform an unused site which could create up to 3,000 new jobs.

Law firm unveils new MD

24 September 2020
Law firm unveils new MD

One of the county's biggest legal firms has appointed a new managing director.

'Restaurant food to your door' service to launch

24 September 2020
'Restaurant food to your door' service to launch

A new delivery service offering restaurant-quality food direct to your door is due to launch next month.

Massive free range egg farm proposed

23 September 2020
Massive free range egg farm proposed

Plans will be submitted later this year for an egg farm accommodating more than 190,000 hens.

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Top brass confirm departure from medical suppliers

22 September 2020
Top brass confirm departure from medical suppliers

Two men who have spearheaded the growth of a company specialising in medical technology, will step down this month.

Garden nursery goes on the market

21 September 2020
Garden nursery goes on the market

A garden nursery complete with polytunnels and permission to build a new home, has gone on the market.

Team bids for F1 world glory

21 September 2020
Team bids for F1 world glory

Budding engineers have received expert advice as they bid to win a leading school competition on the world stage.

High streets to benefit from share of £95m

21 September 2020
High streets to benefit from share of £95m

Government confirm two Kent towns are to receive funding to recover from Covid - although the cash first announced a year ago.

Partner appointed chair of national body

18 September 2020
Partner appointed chair of national body

The partner of a leading business advisors and accountants has been appointed the chair of a national professional body.

Founder of logistics giant steps down

17 September 2020
Founder of logistics giant steps down

The co-founder of a major logistics company is to step down from the company he has led for more than 30 years.

Uni scoops top travel industry award

17 September 2020
Uni scoops top travel industry award

Readers of a travel magazine have named a Kent university top for a remarkable 13th consecutive year.

Firm's supersonic control deal

17 September 2020
Firm's supersonic control deal

A deal has been struck for a local firm to help develop a control system for a private jet capable of speeds of up to 1,000mph.

How to find graves of the famous

15 September 2020
How to find graves of the famous

Here's how you can pay your respects to the great and the good whose final resting place is right here in the county.

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Travel trimmings firm completes restructuring

14 September 2020
Travel trimmings firm completes restructuring

A market leader in travel extras has completed its restructuring at the cost of more than 300 jobs.

Turning Japanese: Kent's oysters and hops to get 'protection'

14 September 2020
Turning Japanese: Kent's oysters and hops to get 'protection'

The UK-Japan trade deal is set to extend special protection to a host of iconic Kent products.

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CEO scoops top IoD award

14 September 2020
CEO scoops top IoD award

The boss of a leading company has been recognised with success at a leading business awards.

Call for more help for small firms

10 September 2020
Call for more help for small firms

A business organisation is calling on the government to provide further support for small firms as they look to get workers back in the office.

Hidden history of wartime Kent

09 September 2020
Hidden history of wartime Kent

There are plenty of fascinating relics of wartime Britain which can still be found in Kent - we take a look at their history.

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