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Ultra-fast broadband firm expands across border

08 September 2020
Ultra-fast broadband firm expands across border

A firm which specialises in providing fast internet access to rural areas is expanding outside of Kent's borders for the first time.

Why Japan can't get enough of our wine

08 September 2020
Why Japan can't get enough of our wine

The county's vineyards have seen a surge of interest from Japan as exports to Asia rocket.

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Cider gets a taste and brand revamp

07 September 2020
Cider gets a taste and brand revamp

A brewer has teamed up with a family firm to refresh its popular cider brand.

Pictures of inside fire ravaged building

05 September 2020
Pictures of inside fire ravaged building

Remarkable images show the extent of the blaze which ripped through a building last night.

Rochester Bridge reopened after 10-hour closure

05 September 2020
Rochester Bridge reopened after 10-hour closure

Police have reopened Rochester Bridge after it was closed following concerns for the safety of a man on Friday night.

Extra 50,000 seats on Kent's rail services

05 September 2020
Extra 50,000 seats on Kent's rail services

A new timetable on many Kent rail services comes into force on Monday - and with it thousands of extra seats to enable social distancing.

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Investigation begins into major fire in seaside town

05 September 2020
Investigation begins into major fire in seaside town

Fire crews had to tackle a major blaze last night - amid concerns someone may have been trapped in the property.

Self-employed urged to apply for Covid cash grants

04 September 2020
Self-employed urged to apply for Covid cash grants

The government's latest round of support allows the self-employed to access funding to allow them to survive the health crisis.

Signs giant acquired by private equity firm

04 September 2020
Signs giant acquired by private equity firm

A company is set for further growth after it was acquired to form part of a new marketing powerhouse for brands.

'Businesses like mine are falling through the cracks'

02 September 2020
'Businesses like mine are falling through the cracks'

The boss of a catering company says he has been "totally let down" after being rejected for financial support during the Covid crisis.

'Don't hike fuel prices again' warns campaign group

01 September 2020
'Don't hike fuel prices again' warns campaign group

After reports Rishi Sunak is considering a hike in fuel duty, a campaign group is calling for the government not to hit motorists in the pocket.

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Small firms welcome return of schools

01 September 2020
Small firms welcome return of schools

Leading business organisation says return of schools is 'crucial' for many small businesses.

Industries which built the towns we know today

01 September 2020
Industries which built the towns we know today

We take a look back at the industries which once shaped the major towns we know today and employed thousands of people.

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Last chance to cash in on tourism fund

28 August 2020
Last chance to cash in on tourism fund

Tourism businesses in the county are being urged to apply for funding to help them recover after the impact of the lockdown.

Care provider creates 1,500 jobs

28 August 2020
Care provider creates 1,500 jobs

A company which provides carers to look after the vulnerable in their own home is recruiting after a surge of interest since the health crisis.

Warning over virus safety in offices

27 August 2020
Warning over virus safety in offices

Two leading academics say offices need to take extra care to prevent the spread of the virus as staff return after months working from home.

Campaign to revive £4bn tourism sector

27 August 2020
Campaign to revive £4bn tourism sector

A new marketing campaign is urging people to get out and about to explore Kent once again after the financially damaging lockdown.

Coach firm drives forward after lockdown

27 August 2020
Coach firm drives forward after lockdown

A coach firm says a raft of safety measures in the light of the pandemic should reassure its passengers as it resumes trips.

Call for 50%-off meal scheme to be extended

26 August 2020
Call for 50%-off meal scheme to be extended

A leading business organisation says the government should extend the Eat Out to Help Out scheme through September.

Fruit-ruining stink bug 'could cost us millions'

25 August 2020
Fruit-ruining stink bug 'could cost us millions'

Scientists in the county are studying an invasive pest which could cause millions of pounds worth of damage to crops.

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