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Union fears over rights for temporary staff

Union fears over rights for temporary staff

Latest figures reveal tens of thousands of people across Kent are in 'precarious work'

Apprenticeship graduation ceremony - how to get your ticket

Apprenticeship graduation ceremony - how to get your ticket

First event of its kind in the county to honour apprentices - but tickets are going fast.

Can you donate an hour of your time?

Can you donate an hour of your time?

Scheme aims to help inform youngsters of the needs of the workplace,

Motor dealership acquires two more sites as it continues to expand

Motor dealership acquires two more sites as it continues to expand

Key showrooms will now join its growing portfolio.

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French firm commits to major office deal

French firm commits to major office deal

Insurance group says new agreement underlines its commitment to the county.

Two popular garden centres sold

Two popular garden centres sold

Deals are just the latest in a year-long sell off of a popular chain.

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Region is ready for challenges of next 12 months, vows SELEP chief

Region is ready for challenges of next 12 months, vows SELEP chief

Funding over past 12 months has helped create thousands of jobs, AGM hears.

Major EU-funded boost to tourism in county

Major EU-funded boost to tourism in county

Millions will be invested in a major project to help swell visitor numbers all year-round.

Winemaker and brewer hires new sales chief to fuel growth

Winemaker and brewer hires new sales chief to fuel growth

Experienced executive will be key player as brand looks to grow further.

One million hours of motorway work without an accident

One million hours of motorway work without an accident

Workers are celebrating a milestone - completing a year of work without a single accident or injury.

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Garden centre nearly forced out of business

Garden centre nearly forced out of business

A bank has been criticised for denying relatives of a garden centre manager access to company funds after his tragic death.

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Independent beer brewers call for reform

Independent beer brewers call for reform

Changes in regulations would fuel growth and create jobs, saw independents.

Time running out to enter two major award events

Time running out to enter two major award events

Free entry for firms to two of the county's premier business events - but deadline is fast approaching.

Is this the world's best business location?

Is this the world's best business location?

County business in the running for top prize in hunt for the best workplace.

Boots confirms plans to close 200 stores

Boots confirms plans to close 200 stores

Another high street giant has responded to difficult trading conditions with plans to close hundreds of stores.

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Everything you need to know about new London Resort CEO PY Gerbeau

Everything you need to know about new London Resort CEO PY Gerbeau

He turned around the fortunes of Disneyland Paris and the Millennium Dome - can he do the same for London Resort?

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Firm targets 20% growth after funding boost

Firm targets 20% growth after funding boost

Finance package will see firm expand site and facilities to fuel growth.

Fund boss Woodford meets KCC over frozen £263m

Fund boss Woodford meets KCC over frozen £263m

A beleaguered fund manager held talks with Kent County Council today to discuss how the authority can withdraw £263m it put into one of his schemes.

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KEiBA 2019: Pictures from the gala night

KEiBA 2019: Pictures from the gala night

They came, they saw, they conquered - catch a sense of the occasion at the big awards night.

KEiBA 2019: Winners to be unveiled tonight

KEiBA 2019: Winners to be unveiled tonight

County's most prestigious awards will crown 2019's victors at a gala event.

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