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County's influence on biggest Xmas hits

15 December 2020
County's influence on biggest Xmas hits

From Bowie to Band Aid, Kent's music stars have played a key role in some of the festive season's best known songs.

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'Keep talking', chamber chief urges over Brexit deal

14 December 2020
'Keep talking', chamber chief urges over Brexit deal

A leading business figure says industry needs clarity on the terms of the UK's exit deal with the EU - and time is running out.

Why we swapped holidays for DIY in 2020

14 December 2020
Why we swapped holidays for DIY in 2020

Builders' merchants see surge in sales as we improve our homes during the health crisis rather than splash out on holidays.

Firm donates after Black Friday success

14 December 2020
Firm donates after Black Friday success

A firm dropped discounts to customers and instead donated money from every sale to a selection of charities.

Key workshops for annual summit

11 December 2020
Key workshops for annual summit

A host of the biggest issues will be discussed next month at the Kent & Medway Business Summit - and tickets are available now.

New superstore set to open its doors

10 December 2020
New superstore set to open its doors

A major furniture retailer is creating 12 jobs with its latest store opening.

Accountants win top national award

10 December 2020
Accountants win top national award

One of the county's biggest accountants and business advisors has been recognised at a national awards ceremony.

Business estate bucks trend as demand rises

10 December 2020
Business estate bucks trend as demand rises

Demand from London firms wanting satellite offices is a key driving force behind a site's success during the pandemic.

See how our towns have changed over the last 11 years

10 December 2020
See how our towns have changed over the last 11 years

Check out our interactive images charting the changes in our our towns over recent years.

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Big names back hospitality petition

07 December 2020
Big names back hospitality petition

Famous faces in the hospitality industry are calling on everyone to back an online petition to help the sector recover from the pandemic.

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Freight traffic soars for cross-Channel firm

07 December 2020
Freight traffic soars for cross-Channel firm

Brexit stockpiling saw truck traffic numbers peak last month.

Brexit fears sparks surge in pallet sales

07 December 2020
Brexit fears sparks surge in pallet sales

Possible implications of Brexit has seen a sharp rise in demand for pallets which will not fall foul of EU regulations.

Fall of the mighty: How 2020 brought down retail giants

07 December 2020
Fall of the mighty: How 2020 brought down retail giants

It's been a tough year for retailers - and for many familiar names, 2020 could be the last time we see them on our high streets.

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Golf's Peter Alliss dies at the age of 89

06 December 2020
Golf's Peter Alliss dies at the age of 89

Tributes have been paid to the 'voice of golf' and a regular at Kent's biggest golf tournaments.

More trains to be added to timetable

06 December 2020
More trains to be added to timetable

Southeastern is adding more services from Monday - and will unveil its Christmas timetable next week.

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Just what is it like to have 'mild symptoms' of Covid-19?

06 December 2020
Just what is it like to have 'mild symptoms' of Covid-19?

We all know how serious Covid-19 can be - but just what does it feel like to have so-called 'mild symptoms'? Our reporter found out first hand...

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Criticism of CO2 levels at Thames crossing

06 December 2020
Criticism of CO2 levels at Thames crossing

Campaigners have raised concerns over CO2 levels at a new multi-billion pound Thames crossing.

Ferry firm scoops top travel award

04 December 2020
Ferry firm scoops top travel award

A ferry company is celebrating another top prize by offering rewards to local heroes - and you can nominate them.

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Redundancy ends in cheese shop

04 December 2020
Redundancy ends in cheese shop

A businessman has swapped his daily commute to London to running a high-end cheese shop.

Town's campaign to boost its appeal

04 December 2020
Town's campaign to boost its appeal

Business figures have united to boost a town's fortunes after it found itself in Tier 3 despite low infection rates.

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