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Club gets go-ahead for new pitches on sheep field

Club gets go-ahead for new pitches on sheep field

15 May 2021

A sports club has been allowed to build new pitches on part of a sheep field – a key step in a controversial housing scheme.

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German Doner Kebab to open new store next week

German Doner Kebab to open new store next week

14 May 2021

Kebab fans will be able to tuck into food from a popular international chain from Monday when it opens a new premises in Kent.

Street food takeaway famed for its pulled pork coming to town

Street food takeaway famed for its pulled pork coming to town

14 May 2021

The boss of a new eatery opening this month says "a lot of talented chefs" are moving from London to one corner of Kent.

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Sell your product here says supermarket

Sell your product here says supermarket

14 May 2021

Small firms with a great idea or product are wanted by a leading supermarket, which is offering to help entrepreneurs reach the 'main stage'.

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Amazon to hire more than 1,300 staff in county

Amazon to hire more than 1,300 staff in county

14 May 2021

An online retail giant is set to create more than 1,300 jobs when it opens its new Kent fulfilment centre.

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Baby milk shortages causing concern

Baby milk shortages causing concern

14 May 2021

Worried parents are struggling to get their hands on two particular types of infant formula milk because of a nationwide shortage.

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Multi-billion-pound projects to provide update

Multi-billion-pound projects to provide update

14 May 2021

A free webinar later this month will see figures from some of the county's most ambitious projects provide an update.

£10 off as Deliveroo launches in town

£10 off as Deliveroo launches in town

14 May 2021

Restaurants serving Turkish, Italian and Caribbean food will all be available to order from online - as Deliveroo launches in a Kent town.

Law firm reshuffles pack with promotions

Law firm reshuffles pack with promotions

14 May 2021

A law firm has promoted 11 staff as it looks to bounce back after the pandemic.

'I can't set up my food wagon because lorries block lay-by'

'I can't set up my food wagon because lorries block lay-by'

14 May 2021

A roadside food vendor says he sometimes can't get into the lay-by where he trades, because of dangerously parked lorries.

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Luxury hotel's new £200k outdoor wedding venue

Luxury hotel's new £200k outdoor wedding venue

14 May 2021

Owners of a luxury hotel have splashed out £200k turning their outdoor space into a wedding venue as couples opt for al fresco ceremonies.

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Cheers! Pub giant to hire 300 new staff

Cheers! Pub giant to hire 300 new staff

13 May 2021

One of the county's best known pub chains is hiring hundreds of new staff as the remainder of its pubs and hotels prepare to reopen.

Royal Mail unveils four stamps in memory of Prince Philip

Royal Mail unveils four stamps in memory of Prince Philip

13 May 2021

Four new commemorative stamps of The Duke of Edinburgh, pictured throughout his life, are to go on sale. Here's when and where you can buy them:

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'How I tripled income in pandemic'

'How I tripled income in pandemic'

13 May 2021

A 24-year-old personal trainer decided to run her own online coaching company after a period in which she was barely able to cover her rent.

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Staycations to boost county's coffers by £590m

Staycations to boost county's coffers by £590m

13 May 2021

The county is bracing itself for hundreds of thousands of visitors as holiday-makers opt for a staycation this year.

Have your say on town's economic growth

Have your say on town's economic growth

13 May 2021

A local authority wants to hear feedback on its plans to grow the local economy.

Experts to debate performance of economy

Experts to debate performance of economy

13 May 2021

A free event will feature a host of big names from the county as they debate the latest economic outcomes.

Fresh fears over house-building in Kent

Fresh fears over house-building in Kent

12 May 2021

The government is facing a backlash over plans to automatically give developments the green light.

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Time to think about summer holidays

Time to think about summer holidays

12 May 2021

A family caravan business has re-opened after lockdown with a third generation now in charge.

Could recovery be slower than expected?

Could recovery be slower than expected?

12 May 2021

The latest GDP figures reveal a bounce back after a drop between January and March - but one expert warns recovery could be slower than hoped.

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