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Rail cleaners walk out in pay dispute

Rail cleaners walk out in pay dispute

23 February 2022

Hundreds of union staff who clean trains and stations are staging a one-day strike for more money.

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Major new bed store to open

Major new bed store to open

22 February 2022

A retailer is continuing its expansion into Kent with another store opening this weekend.

Pub chain hires new MD

Pub chain hires new MD

22 February 2022

An experienced executive is joining one of the county's biggest pub chains.

Vets in name change after takeover

Vets in name change after takeover

22 February 2022

A long-running veterinary surgery has been taken over by a fast-growing Kent firm.

Logistics firm to drive into new facility

Logistics firm to drive into new facility

22 February 2022

A major new development has clinched its second big-name tenant after a 15-year deal was agreed.

Craft beer fans want to launch brewery on farm

Craft beer fans want to launch brewery on farm

22 February 2022

A group of entrepreneurs wants to launch brewery and tap room on award-winning farm in the shadow of the North Downs.

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High-tech AI trial to fill vacancies

High-tech AI trial to fill vacancies

21 February 2022

One Kent town will be part of a Government-backed six-month trial scheme using artificial intelligence to get people into work.

Silicon Valley firm invests £11m in county

Silicon Valley firm invests £11m in county

10 February 2022

A company looking to develop revolutionary fuel alternatives for the aviation industry is investing £11m and creating dozens of jobs in the county.

'Our famous industry will weather the storm of sewage scandal'

'Our famous industry will weather the storm of sewage scandal'

05 February 2022

Bosses of an oyster company believe a town's world-famous shellfish industry can weather the storm of the Southern Water sewage scandal.

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Rail services facing strike threat

Rail services facing strike threat

03 February 2022

Workers who clean trains operating across the county have voted for industrial action in a dispute over pay.

Summit secures key sponsor deal

Summit secures key sponsor deal

31 January 2022

Another sponsor has signed up to support a major business event taking place in the county in April.

New tenants move into Dockside centre

New tenants move into Dockside centre

28 January 2022

The latest in a line of new tenants has moved into a popular shopping centre with bosses saying they're now at 97% occupancy.

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Ex-soldiers and sailors being fast-tracked to jobs in Kent prisons

Ex-soldiers and sailors being fast-tracked to jobs in Kent prisons

28 January 2022

Ex-armed services personnel without jobs are being fast-tracked to become prison officers at three of Kent's jails.

Beer pong and cocktails at new 'next level' night spot

Beer pong and cocktails at new 'next level' night spot

27 January 2022

A new night spot with beer pong, ping pong tables and a 'killer' DJ is set to open in the spring.

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Major B2B event returns for 2022

Major B2B event returns for 2022

26 January 2022

After being postponed for the last two years, thousands are set to flock for the return of the region's biggest business-to-business event.

A £6m logistics site opens

A £6m logistics site opens

25 January 2022

A 24/7 logistics hub has officially opened its doors for business - creating more than 60 jobs in the process.

'No public support for keeping docks'

'No public support for keeping docks'

24 January 2022

A council leader has stoked controversy by suggesting there is little public support for keeping a closure-threatened docks open.

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6 ways to ask for a pay rise in 2022

6 ways to ask for a pay rise in 2022

24 January 2022

With the cost of living soaring how is it best to raise the subject of a pay rise so that you can take home a little more money each month?

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'Once in a multiple-generations opportunity'

'Once in a multiple-generations opportunity'

21 January 2022

Business could implement one of the biggest changes to workplaces as many switch to permanent hybrid models, a report says.

Business confidence 'grinding to a halt'

Business confidence 'grinding to a halt'

21 January 2022

A leading business organisation is calling on the government to scrap plans to increase national insurance as a report reveals plunging confidence.

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