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Law firm reshuffles pack with promotions

Law firm reshuffles pack with promotions

A law firm has promoted 11 staff as it looks to bounce back after the pandemic.

Long-serving senior partner at law firm retires

Long-serving senior partner at law firm retires

A senior partner at one of the county's leading law firms has retired after 42 years of service.

School supply giant KCS appoints new MD

School supply giant KCS appoints new MD

The commercial arm of Kent County Council has hired a key figure to its leadership team.

Business school joins top 1%

Business school joins top 1%

An accreditation award has secured a business school a place among the world's elite.

KEiBA 2021: Entries for top awards open this month

KEiBA 2021: Entries for top awards open this month

The region's most prestigious business awards will return for 2021 - here's all the details you need to get your entry ready.

Consultants expand into capital

Consultants expand into capital

A consultant and investment group is opening an office in London ahead of 'international expansion plans'.

Bank's back just months after closing branch

Bank's back just months after closing branch

A high street bank is returning, temporarily, just months after closing its main branch.

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Big plans for brewery after takeover

Big plans for brewery after takeover

A new management team plans investment into a brewery following completion of its takeover.

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Cross-Channel route counts costs of Covid

Cross-Channel route counts costs of Covid

A leading cross-Channel operator has revealed another big drop in revenues for the first three months of the year.

'Opening pubs has seen an outbursting of joy'

'Opening pubs has seen an outbursting of joy'

Shepherd Neame has lost millions over a six-month period - but says the reaction to pubs reopening suggests it is on the road to recovery.

Centre set for multi-million transformation

Centre set for multi-million transformation

A multi-million pound refurbishment of a landmark building in a town centre looks set to happen in the next few months.

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Developer ploughs funds into rugby club

Developer ploughs funds into rugby club

A major property developer has provided 'emergency funding' to help a rugby club survive during the pandemic.

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Accountants to move to flexible working

Accountants to move to flexible working

A major employer has confirmed staff will have the flexibility to work from home or the office when lockdown restrictions are eased.

Legal firm director signs with national rival

Legal firm director signs with national rival

An expanding national law firm has hired the director of a local legal practice.

Webinar to help tackle cyber attacks

Webinar to help tackle cyber attacks

An IT firm is hosting a free webinar to show businesses how to protect themselves from cyber attacks.

Councils lose millions from car parking charges

Councils lose millions from car parking charges

Councils are counting the cost of Covid after losing millions of pounds from car parking charges and some fear next year could be just as difficult.

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Travel giant hires again after job cuts in 2020

Travel giant hires again after job cuts in 2020

One of the county's biggest employers is hoping to bounce back during 2021 after a year which saw it lose hundreds of jobs.

Hospital trust appoints new chief to lead improvements

Hospital trust appoints new chief to lead improvements

A struggling hospital trust has appointed a new interim chief executive to lead its improvement programme after a damning report by inspectors.

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Eurostar's cries for help still fall on deaf ears

Eurostar's cries for help still fall on deaf ears

Hopes of government financial support to help save a struggling continental rail service have been dashed again.

Probe launched into animal charities

Probe launched into animal charities

Two animal charities in Kent are under investigation after concerns over finance management were raised.

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