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Developer takes option on 13-acre village site

08 October 2020
Developer takes option on 13-acre village site

A housing developer is looking at adding to 100 homes it is already building in one village.

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Brewery braced for 'challenging' winter months

08 October 2020
Brewery braced for 'challenging' winter months

One of the county's big employers warns that Covid restrictions will bite into its financial performance over the coming months.

The best places to find fossils in Kent

07 October 2020
The best places to find fossils in Kent

Young and old alike are fascinated by fossils - but just where in the county are the best places to find them?

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Cross-Channel passenger numbers tumble

05 October 2020
Cross-Channel passenger numbers tumble

One of the main cross-Channel operators says passenger traffic is down 43% for the first six months of the year.

Broadband bursaries for start-ups

05 October 2020
Broadband bursaries for start-ups

A telecommunications giant is offering a special deal for start-ups and entrepreneurs as part of its support scheme.

Banking giant appoints South East ambassador

05 October 2020
Banking giant appoints South East ambassador

A banking group has appointed a new ambassador for the region as it looks to bounce back following the pandemic.

Police helicopter hovers over town

03 October 2020
Police helicopter hovers over town

Police have revealed why one of its helicopters was spotted hovering in the skies above a town on Saturday afternoon.

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Sex assault on train - do you know this man?

03 October 2020
Sex assault on train - do you know this man?

Police are investigating after a victim was sexually assaulted on a train from Kent to London.

Train passengers to get free WiFi boost

03 October 2020
Train passengers to get free WiFi boost

Rail passengers are set for an increase to free WiFi allowances - with it doubling on some routes.

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SMEs face threat of 'funding vacuum'

02 October 2020
SMEs face threat of 'funding vacuum'

A debate among leading business figures paints a worrying picture for smaller firms as they attempt to recover from the impact of the pandemic.

Wine scientists toast £600,000 loan

01 October 2020
Wine scientists toast £600,000 loan

Winemakers in the county are to get a boost after a £600,000 loan was secured to boost productivity.

Is this the key to reviving our high streets?

01 October 2020
Is this the key to reviving our high streets?

An independent creative collective is named as an example of how community businesses can revive the fortunes of our high streets.

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Online audience for apprentices graduation ceremony

01 October 2020
Online audience for apprentices graduation ceremony

A graduation event for apprentices, due to be staged in a cathedral, will take place tomorrow online instead - and here's how you can watch it.

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Distillery rubs its hands in glee at new deal

01 October 2020
Distillery rubs its hands in glee at new deal

A distillery has landed a major contract to provide hand sanitiser during the health crisis.

Law firm finally opens new office

01 October 2020
Law firm finally opens new office

After the lockdown postponed its official opening, clients can now visit a leading law firm's new office.

Kent's former MPs: Where are they now?

29 September 2020
Kent's former MPs: Where are they now?

Just what happened to some of the county's most high profile politicians when they stepped down from the House of Commons? We find out...

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Summit returns for 2021 with online extravaganza

28 September 2020
Summit returns for 2021 with online extravaganza

One of the county's top networking events will be harnessing cutting-edge technology for 2021 to recreate the face-to-face experience.

Warning over Job Support Scheme

28 September 2020
Warning over Job Support Scheme

A business expert has warned of the hidden costs to employers of Rishi Sunak's new support package.

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.

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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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