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Is Sheppey the next Whitstable?

Is Sheppey the next Whitstable?

19 July 2020

Caravan parks on Sheppey have bounced back from Covid-19, leading some to wonder is the sun-kissed Isle is Kent's next tourist destination.

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Environmentally-friendly farmers join exclusive list

Environmentally-friendly farmers join exclusive list

17 July 2020

A couple who run a farm committed to sustainable farming and protecting the environment have been chosen to pass on their knowledge to others.

Tasty debut for Street Kings Smoke Shack

Tasty debut for Street Kings Smoke Shack

02 July 2020

A new food outlet specialising in barbecued food is set to open on Super Saturday, and it tastes like a dream for the couple behind it.

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Businesses support road closures to help boost shops

Businesses support road closures to help boost shops

26 June 2020

An online survey has found that 90% of businesses support a town's temporary road closures put in place to help springboard shops back to life.

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Escaping lockdown online

Escaping lockdown online

04 June 2020

People looking for an escape in lockdown have turned to online escape rooms, with audiences playing around the world, as one Kent business has found.

Search is on the brighten up town centre hoardings

Search is on the brighten up town centre hoardings

03 June 2020

A developer has asked students to come up with a design for his town centre hoardings while he waits for permission to start work.

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Photographer earns exhibition spot with lockdown snaps

Photographer earns exhibition spot with lockdown snaps

27 May 2020

A Kent photographer's lockdown photos will feature in a Vogue Italia exhibition

Wetherspoons plan to open 875 pubs safely

Wetherspoons plan to open 875 pubs safely

22 May 2020

JD Wetherspoons bosses have revealed how they plan to maintain hygiene when reopening branches.

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Carluccio's at Bluewater saved

Carluccio's at Bluewater saved

22 May 2020

Bluewater's Carluccio's will stay open as 40 others across the country face closure.

Tributes paid to former Kent newspaper editor

Tributes paid to former Kent newspaper editor

19 May 2020

Former colleagues have been paying tribute to an "unflappable" newspaper editor who has died after living with cancer for more than 20 years.

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Tributes paid as popular solicitor dies suddenly

Tributes paid as popular solicitor dies suddenly

04 May 2020

A solicitor well known across the county "and beyond" has died suddenly, prompting tributes from colleagues.

'Super head' called in to help struggling school

'Super head' called in to help struggling school

29 April 2020

A Kent academy has drafted in a new 'executive head' from Bradford to help turn it around. He will take up his post in September.

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'I make £1,500 a month at 15'

'I make £1,500 a month at 15'

22 April 2020

With the number of teen entrepreneurs rising, we spoke to a 15-year-old marketing boss and 19-year-old salon owner about proving the naysayers wrong.

The council staff earning more than £100k

The council staff earning more than £100k

16 April 2020

The annual Town Hall Rich List has revealed two council employees in Kent are earning more than £200,000, while dozens more are earning £100,000+.

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Ex-bodybuilder uses daughter's outdoor toys in home workout

Ex-bodybuilder uses daughter's outdoor toys in home workout

26 March 2020

A former bodybuilder has shared a video of his imaginative powerlifting home workout which features his young daughter and her outdoor toys.

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Milk like it used to be

Milk like it used to be

23 March 2020

A farming couple have gained a licence to sell raw, untreated milk direct to the public.

Jo'burg firm comes to the Royal Spa

Jo'burg firm comes to the Royal Spa

17 March 2020

An investment wealth management company has taken new offices in Tunbridge Wells.

Mum starts party business with a twist

Mum starts party business with a twist

03 March 2020

An entrepreneur who was party planning for her daughter spotted a gap in the market and has created a unique business.

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Councillor plans to tackle pollution with flowers

Councillor plans to tackle pollution with flowers

24 February 2020

A village's living wall project could help to save lives.

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Founded in 1895 and still going strong

Founded in 1895 and still going strong

20 February 2020

For 75 years, Maidstone law firm Brachers recruited its partners from just three families.

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