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Student rooms on offer for cricket fans

Student rooms on offer for cricket fans

01 May 2013

Rooms in halls of residence are on offer to cricket fans wanting to watch Kent matches at the St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury.

Estuary hub airport 'not needed', report claims

Estuary hub airport 'not needed', report claims

30 April 2013

The need for an £80bn hub airport in the Thames Estuary has been challenged in a report.

Hazlitt deal 'could save taxpayers £3m'

Hazlitt deal 'could save taxpayers £3m'

30 April 2013

A leisure management company is poised to run the County Town’s theatre and save council taxpayers £3 million over the next 15 years.

New website to showcase Kentish attractions

New website to showcase Kentish attractions

30 April 2013

Visit Kent, the tourism promotion agency, has unveiled a new website to showcase the county's many attractions.

Kent County Cricket finances hit for six

Kent County Cricket finances hit for six

29 April 2013

Poor weather left Kent County Cricket with losses of more than £600,000

Anyone for ferret racing?

Anyone for ferret racing?

29 April 2013

You don’t usually pull on your wellies for a corporate day, but Kent Life gives delegates the chance to do just that – for a spot of piglet or ferret

Tudor Park scoops top honour

Tudor Park scoops top honour

29 April 2013

Tudor Park has been honoured for the best presented and tastiest food in golf.

TransEuropa Ferries goes into administration

TransEuropa Ferries goes into administration

29 April 2013

TransEuropa Ferries, the firm that runs the passenger and freight route between Ramsgate and Ostend, has gone into administration.

Shock as KCC pulls out of Kent County Show

Shock as KCC pulls out of Kent County Show

26 April 2013

Kent County Council has pulled out of exhibiting at this summer’s Kent County Show, claiming it cannot afford a stand.

Hollywood star backs culture bid

Hollywood star backs culture bid

26 April 2013

Hollywood heartthrob Orlando Bloom has added a touch of star appeal to east Kent's campaign to become UK City of Culture in 2017.

Thousands flock to Kent 2020

Thousands flock to Kent 2020

26 April 2013

Thousands of visitors flocked to the county’s biggest business show of the year - Kent 2020 Live.

Venues promoted by new air service

Venues promoted by new air service

23 April 2013

Kent Conference Bureau (KCB) is using the new Air France KLM services between Manston and Amsterdam Schiphol to promote the county’s business venues,

Roger De Haan on rich list

Roger De Haan on rich list

22 April 2013

Roger De Haan and his brother Peter feature twice in the latest survey of the nation’s wealthy.

Major donation awarded to Turner Contemporary

Major donation awarded to Turner Contemporary

19 April 2013

A donation of more than half a million pounds has been awarded to Turner Contemporary gallery by Goldman Sachs.

City of Culture success 'would be huge economic boost'

City of Culture success 'would be huge economic boost'

12 April 2013

East Kent has been promised huge economic benefit from being UK City of Culture in 2017. Businesses are now being urged to back the bid.

Caravan park sold in £4.5m deal

Caravan park sold in £4.5m deal

26 March 2013

Sheerness Holiday Park has been sold to new owners in a deal worth £4.5m.

A toll too far: shoppers' reaction on second Thames crossing

A toll too far: shoppers' reaction on second Thames crossing

21 April 2009

Businesses urged to accept euros to boost tourist trade

Businesses urged to accept euros to boost tourist trade

20 April 2009

Big Day Out a huge success

Big Day Out a huge success

02 April 2009

New tourism campaign launched

New tourism campaign launched

30 March 2009

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