Business figures in Kent say new measures to get young people into work are well intentioned but may prove a challenge in reality.
Health workers have criticised the county council for cutting a scheme that supports people after being discharged from hospital.
The new owner of a former newsprint site has pledged to invest £180m into transforming it - with the hope of creating thousands of jobs.
The owners of Heart, Capital and LBC confirms the impact of Covid-19 will see job cuts across all departments.
More than half of firms surveyed in a recent poll said Covid-19 had forced them to cancel or delay international trading plans.
Two of the county's major organisations have come together to help promote our pubs, restaurants, cafés and hotels as they reopen.
Four of the 91 restaurants to close after Casual Dining Group called in the administrators are in Kent
Major cuts to regional TV, radio and online staff across the BBC is likely to impact on its studios in the county.
One of the county's biggest employers has taken advantage of a government scheme to ease the financial pain of the lockdown.
A popular leisure centre will remain closed for a year as part of a £6.5m refurbishment.
One of the nation's favourite supermarkets hopes to open more than a dozen Kent branches.
A burger restaurant chain could go into administration unless new buyers are found.
As protests continue, business leaders are being urged to look at their own company values to ensure equality.
A social enterprise staffed by ex-forces personnel has been hired to produce safety signs for Kent's major pub operator.
Firms who have breached the rules surrounding the furlough scheme are set to get a 30-day amnesty period to repay HMRC.
Landlords have reacted in reserved fashion after the government eased lockdown allowing pubs to reopen questioning if they will make enough money.
The University of Kent is to host a series of free webinars to help firms recover after the lockdown.
Today marks International Women in Engineering Day - an event which hopes to spark interest from girls to pursue a career in the sector.
More than 9,000 firms have been helped by a free business support service since it launched at the end of March.
A Kent MP has been criticised by nurses and TV personalities for a letter regarding financial support for students in the sector.
Tickets are available now for a one-day conference to help boost Kent firms - all taking place online.
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