The Kent Excellence in Business Awards are back for 2021 - find out who lifted the prestigious trophies here.
A former Debenhams store is being eyed up as part of a council's town centre regeneration plans after being awarded government funding.
The number of people claiming benefits has fallen once again this month as firms warn of a recruitment crisis.
As Southeastern approaches the end of the line this weekend, a union is demanding its bosses are stripped of other rail franchises.
An ethical bank which lends to charities and social enterprises has a number of new shareholders after securing significant new investment.
The old-style £20 and £50 notes are being withdrawn and the Bank of England is telling people to spend any they have.
Two of the county's law firms have completed a merger today.
A leading business organisation warns of an 'autumn storm' of challenges to the county's small firms.
A vets in the county has become the biggest practice in the world to become employee owned.
One of the county's leading business events will be back for a fifth year in January - with green issues on the agenda.
On Tax Equality Day we look ahead at the changes being made to VAT and how it will affect you.
Two of the biggest names in bus and coach travel are locked in talks over a possible merger.
Firms in the county are being urged to act now to prevent pinch points as margins are squeezed due to increased costs.
One of the most influential figures in the English wine industry has stepped down after 20 years at the helm of a major winemaker.
One of the county's best-known travel names has been taken over as it looks to bounce back after the pandemic.
There has been another drop in those claiming Universal Credit - but will the end of furlough bring back-to-back falls to an end?
The government is helping to fund a legal case to recover 'lost public funds' from the bosses of a trust which once ran a school in the county.
The latest survey reveals firms are feeling increasingly confident for the future - but there are still hurdles to overcome.
Shoppers will be able to buy more using contactless payments instead of chip and pin when limits rise to help the economy recover from the pandemic.
A leading business organisation has appointed its latest ambassador for the county.
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