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Survey to reveal pandemic impact on jobs

Survey to reveal pandemic impact on jobs

29 March 2021

A major survey is launched today which aims to identify the scale of the impact on the county's jobs market of the health crisis.

How private health centre became NHS vaccine hub

How private health centre became NHS vaccine hub

18 March 2021

A year ago a new private medical centre opened - 12 months on and its delivered over 13,000 jabs on the NHS.

Filming of Generation Genome begins

Filming of Generation Genome begins

18 March 2021

Filming of a new cutting edge science series has begun thanks to a collaboration between KMTV, the BFI and University of Kent.

Research site upgrade work under way

Research site upgrade work under way

16 March 2021

Work has begun on improving the facilities at a leading horticultural research site in the county.

Free event to tackle challenges of Brexit

Free event to tackle challenges of Brexit

15 March 2021

It's your last chance to register for a free webinar this week giving you a chance to quiz experts on rules and regulations introduced by Brexit.

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Dozens of iconic phone boxes up for grabs

Dozens of iconic phone boxes up for grabs

15 March 2021

Communities are being urged to 'adopt a phonebox' with dozens still available for just £1 across Kent.

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Ultrafast broadband roll-out continues

Ultrafast broadband roll-out continues

15 March 2021

Thousands of homes and businesses can now access ultrafast broadband as a firm specialising in rural areas expands its reach.

Green energy firm fuels further growth

Green energy firm fuels further growth

10 March 2021

A fast-rising green energy firm, which recently scooped a top prize from Tesla, has appointed a board of directors.

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From Kent schoolboy to billionaire vaccine maker

From Kent schoolboy to billionaire vaccine maker

09 March 2021

The businessman leading the world's biggest Covid vaccine-making plant has praised his former Kent school for 'making me the man I am'.

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Free helpline for importers and exporters

Free helpline for importers and exporters

05 March 2021

SMEs in the county have the opportunity to get vital advice to help them tackle challenges dealing with the EU thrown up by Brexit.

Chinese and Russian cyber hackers target KCC computers

Chinese and Russian cyber hackers target KCC computers

03 March 2021

There were 76 million attempts to steal data from Kent County Council's computers during just three months last year, councillors have been told.

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Big firms claim £1m furlough cash in just one month

Big firms claim £1m furlough cash in just one month

03 March 2021

Figures released by the government reveal the big Kent employers who have relied so heavily on the furlough scheme.

Budget 2021: How was it for you?

Budget 2021: How was it for you?

03 March 2021

Business leaders in the county have given their response to the Chancellor's Budget today.

Funding secured to help overseas trading

Funding secured to help overseas trading

03 March 2021

Businesses in the county wanting to export now have the opportunity to prepare to take the plunge courtesy of a new project.

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More than 150 Elon Musk satellites to pass over UK

More than 150 Elon Musk satellites to pass over UK

02 March 2021

If you like to see the Starlink satellites travelling across the night sky you are in for a bonanza this evening.

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Do you agree with 'jabs for jobs'?

Do you agree with 'jabs for jobs'?

02 March 2021

A number of firms are now insisting on only taking new staff on if they have had the Covid vaccine - but lawyers warn it could be a legal minefield.

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Apprentice graduation event for 2021 confirmed

Apprentice graduation event for 2021 confirmed

02 March 2021

Those completing apprenticeships will be celebrated at a special event later this year.

Meteor races across night sky

Meteor races across night sky

01 March 2021

Footage captures the dramatic moment a fireball lights up parts of Kent as a meteor raced across the night sky.

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'£5bn is great - but more help is needed'

'£5bn is great - but more help is needed'

01 March 2021

A leading business organisation has welcomed news of more support for firms hit by the lockdown - but says more help is needed.

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Rural areas to get 4G boost

Rural areas to get 4G boost

25 February 2021

Rural areas in the county are set to benefit from better 4G coverage as masts are upgraded.

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