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Former sandwich bar to be filled with craft beers

Former sandwich bar to be filled with craft beers

A pub is hoping to fill the space left by a popular sandwich bar as it moves into a Kent town.

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after travel confusion

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after travel confusion

Travellers are being reminded to check passports are valid following confusion with post-Brexit rules and the government's own passport checker.

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Site earmarked for Slug & Lettuce will become Jobcentre

Site earmarked for Slug & Lettuce will become Jobcentre

The government wants to open a Jobcentre in a prime unit which has permission to be turned into a late-night bar.

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Bowling alley, KFC, Kaspa's and Costa plans revealed

Bowling alley, KFC, Kaspa's and Costa plans revealed

Plans for a new bowling alley, KFC, Costa and Kaspa's have been put forward to replace the former Dickens World attraction.

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Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

More than 300,000 people have less than a week left to renew tax credit claims or they risk payments being stopped, warns HMRC.

Big surge in flexible office space demand

Big surge in flexible office space demand

The pandemic's lasting impact on the way we work is being highlighted by a shift in demand for flexible space.

Pharmacy and estate agents set to open

Pharmacy and estate agents set to open

Those living on one of the county's new developments are set to see new additions.

Town's BID team strengthened

Town's BID team strengthened

After two years promoting one town a leading marketing executive has joined a neighbour.

Thai restaurant to open in town

Thai restaurant to open in town

Nearly seven years after the idea was scrapped a Thai restaurant will open in a town centre.

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New bistro opens in town centre

New bistro opens in town centre

A new bistro serving everything from coffee to dinner to cocktails has opened in town centre.

Jobless figures continue to fall

Jobless figures continue to fall

across the county are continuing to fall as the economy continues to slowly improve after a year of .

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Want to start your own business?

Want to start your own business?

A free online pop-up training school will be giving budding entrepreneurs the practical skills they need to get their own business off the ground.

National chain to open in long-empty superstore

National chain to open in long-empty superstore

A council says it is to benefit from 'very useful income' after finally securing a national chain to move into a vacant superstore.

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Jobs boost - but warning over skills shortage

Jobs boost - but warning over skills shortage

A survey has revealed the majority of firms in the county plan to hire staff this year - but there are warnings over a skills shortage.

'We'll run a casual restaurant and won't be demolishing things'

'We'll run a casual restaurant and won't be demolishing things'

Those behind plans to open a fast-food restaurant in a historic part of Kent have defended their vision following criticism.

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Pressure grows to confirm theme park land's protected status

Pressure grows to confirm theme park land's protected status

Pressure is mounting to confirm protected status for wildlife where a huge theme park is proposed as planning inspectors say they need more detail.

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Apprentices pick up top awards

Apprentices pick up top awards

The winners at an annual awards event for apprentices - and the firms which support them - have been unveiled.

Firm acquired following founder's retirement

Firm acquired following founder's retirement

An independent financial advisor has expanded after taking over another Kent company.

Opening of six-storey Hilton hotel delayed again

Opening of six-storey Hilton hotel delayed again

A 140-room Hampton by Hilton hotel originally set to open in December has postponed its launch again.

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Aldi reveals bid for new supermarket

Aldi reveals bid for new supermarket

Budget supermarket chain Aldi has unveiled plans to open its second branch in a Kent town - creating 50 new jobs.

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