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IoD appoints Kent branch chair

25 January 2021
IoD appoints Kent branch chair

There's a new face at the helm of the county's branch of a leading business organisation.

Axe falls on last Debenhams stores

25 January 2021
Axe falls on last Debenhams stores

Retail giant Debenhams has been bought by an online retailer with all its remaining stores closing for good and thousands losing their job.

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Anger over Kickstart scheme changes

25 January 2021
Anger over Kickstart scheme changes

The local gateway set up to deliver the government's latest job creation scheme is fuming after Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced major changes.

Free service to help SMEs bounce back

22 January 2021
Free service to help SMEs bounce back

One of the county's leading business organisations has reignited a scheme to help SMEs plot a path to success during 2021.

'No jab, no travel' says cruise ship giant

21 January 2021
'No jab, no travel' says cruise ship giant

A cruise ship operator says all passengers boarding its vessels must have had their jabs before travelling.

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Cross-Channel firm sees revenues plunge 24%

21 January 2021
Cross-Channel firm sees revenues plunge 24%

The impact of the pandemic and the travel restrictions has hit the bottom line of a leading cross-Channel operator.

Online summit proves a hit

20 January 2021
Online summit proves a hit

Organisers of one of the county's biggest annual networking events declares this year's event a success despite being staged online.

Kent housebuyers scramble to complete deals as stamp duty deadline looms

19 January 2021
Kent housebuyers scramble to complete deals as stamp duty deadline looms

The county's property experts join the call for a stamp duty holiday extension as the tax break window gets set to close for good

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Kent's lost tourist attractions

19 January 2021
Kent's lost tourist attractions

From a 'Dolphinarium' to Dickens World - We take a stroll down memory lane and reminisce about the county's best-loved former visitor attractions.

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Ultrafast broadband firm rebrands

18 January 2021
Ultrafast broadband firm rebrands

The parent company of one of the county's fastest-growing full-fibre providers has a new name.

Aldi's £3.5bn boost to local suppliers

14 January 2021
Aldi's £3.5bn boost to local suppliers

The supermarket chain has vowed to spend big on British food and drink - a move which will benefit at least one Kent supplier.

Town loses 200,000sq ft of commercial space

14 January 2021
Town loses 200,000sq ft of commercial space

A call has been made to stop the erosion of commercial property under laws allowing it to change to residential space.

Developer to provide plots for DIY homes

14 January 2021
Developer to provide plots for DIY homes

Been inspired by Grand Designs? A developer aims to give the chance to design and build your own home if planning is approved.

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Fruit collection charity seeks trustees' chair

14 January 2021
Fruit collection charity seeks trustees' chair

Applications are open to lead a charity behind one of the county's popular tourist attractions.

Forgotten chapters in life (and death) of Dickens

12 January 2021
Forgotten chapters in life (and death) of Dickens

We take a look back at some remarkable, often forgotten, tales in the life and death of the author Charles Dickens.

Castle appoints new chief to lead fightback

11 January 2021
Castle appoints new chief to lead fightback

A new CEO is hoping to guide one of the county's top tourist attractions back to health after the ravages of the pandemic.

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Law firm hires apprentice solicitor

11 January 2021
Law firm hires apprentice solicitor

A leading law firm in the county has become one of the first in the region to take advantage of an innovative new scheme.

PR expert joins marketing team line-up

11 January 2021
PR expert joins marketing team line-up

A leading marketing and digital agency has strengthened its team with a new senior appointment.

Brexit stock-piling saw leap in freight traffic

07 January 2021
Brexit stock-piling saw leap in freight traffic

A cross-Channel operator says HGV traffic on its route was up dramatically last month on December 2019 - despite the on-going health crisis.

'I tried Veganuary and stayed on the diet for a year'

06 January 2021
'I tried Veganuary and stayed on the diet for a year'

Last year a KM reporter decided to give Veganuary a go - a year on and he's still on it.

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