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County's first apprentice 'graduation' ceremony to take place

County's first apprentice 'graduation' ceremony to take place

Cathedral will host the event with hundreds expected to attend the event.

Jobs boost as motor dealership expands

Jobs boost as motor dealership expands

Two new sites to open as dealership looks to expand its county reach - creating more than 50 jobs.

Big push to plug digital skills shortage

Big push to plug digital skills shortage

Programme launched in June will tackle the issue and includes support from Government and major tech firms.

Grant helps brewery and bakehouse expand

Grant helps brewery and bakehouse expand

Company has invested the funding into helping it increase its footprint in the county.

College administration confirmed

College administration confirmed

Officials have rubber stamped an application today which makes a college the first in the country to be placed into education administration.

Betting syndicate enters liquidation amid fraud probe

Betting syndicate enters liquidation amid fraud probe

A horse racing syndicate boss's companies will be sold off after his business collapsed following fraud allegations.

Binmen could work 24 hours amid Brexit congestion

Binmen could work 24 hours amid Brexit congestion

Binmen could be dropping off rubbish at council sites 24 hours a day across Kent in a Brexit “worst-case scenario”.

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Trio mark 45 years each with motor group

Trio mark 45 years each with motor group

Firm's Survivors' Club celebrates long-service achievements.

What it's like to work for a company with unlimited holiday

What it's like to work for a company with unlimited holiday

A business has gone against all workplace conventions with unlimited holiday, no set hours and have even got rid of bosses.

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College first in country to go into administration

College first in country to go into administration

A college has become the first into the country to go into educational administration, prompting an MP to get involved.

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Home working numbers on the rise

Home working numbers on the rise

Trade union organisation calls for bosses to offer more work place flexibility on National Work from Home Day.

College group warned over finances

College group warned over finances

Three colleges have been told to improve by the government after being found in "inadequate financial health".

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Dreamland launches hunt for performers

Dreamland launches hunt for performers

Budding actors, extroverts and artists are being invited to join the team at Dreamland for the summer season.

Private hospital to close

Private hospital to close

A private hospital which is "no longer commercially viable" is set to close.

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Women 'overlooked' for leadership roles, says latest report

Women 'overlooked' for leadership roles, says latest report

University study reveals men's potential outweighs women's high performance.

Survey recommends county as place for business

Survey recommends county as place for business

Research at recent business show gave county strong seal of approval.

Fire-hit business to 'rise from the ashes'

Fire-hit business to 'rise from the ashes'

A dry cleaners is set to be shut for five months after fire tore through the shop overnight.

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Dole queues lengthen again in Kent

Dole queues lengthen again in Kent

Hundreds more people are claiming unemployment benefits across Kent, the latest figures reveal.

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Food giant reports £42.7m loss

Food giant reports £42.7m loss

Firm, with factory in the county, saw some bright spots and vows to bounce back.

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Event to trumpet benefit of hiring ex-forces to your business

Event to trumpet benefit of hiring ex-forces to your business

MP will be one of the guests at the event taking place in June.

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