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A new “immersive” tourist attraction has opened up in Kent, featuring a model town you can race around and countless miniature objects
A former Grade II-listed town centre bank stood empty for six years could be overhauled into flats.
One of Kent’s biggest employers and manufacturers for defence, aerospace, and security has opened up more than 90 early career roles.
Two law firms with 225 years in business between them have joined forces.
A golf course on the outer fringes of the M25 has been earmarked for housing – and a rugby stadium – in a bid to solve the area’s housing shortage.
The new deal to send migrants to Rwanda dominates the front pages of Wednesday’s newspapers.
Eight extra staff have been taken on as a commercial vehicle hire business opens a new workshop after a six-figure investment.
More than £18 million has been pledged by a discount supermarket that will be bringing new stores to the county as well as upgrading existing sites.
Residents and businesses are being asked to have their say on new proposals to transform a dockside industrial estate.
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