Latest survey paints a gloomy picture for our small businesses.
Union members will call for guarantees the government will provide jobs for UK seafarers on a ferry route being set up in case of a no-deal Brexit.
Expanding budget chain Travelodge is targeting mums and dads in latest push to fill vacancies in new outlets.
Summit proves another successful event as hundreds of delegates attend.
The future of dozens of Debenhams stores hang in the balance as it looks to avoid slumping into administration.
One of Kent's most sought-after historic wedding venues is to close.
More than 100 business figures gathered for the official launch of the Kent Excellence in Business Awards 2019 - better known as KEiBA.
A council cabinet member who is not seeking re-election in May is to stand down from his role at a company owned by the authority.
A theme park has confirmed the return of its former chief executive - two-and-a-half years after she originally stepped down.
Rural groups unite to write to MPs highlighted dangers of leaving EU with no deal.
Sister joins her two brothers at leading logistics firm in new role.
Leading law company boosts its real estate team with new hire.
Latest figures reveal how much it generates the local economy as 65 million visitors head our way.
A company has gone on trial over the death of a worker who was killed after being struck by a bin lorry five years ago.
HR expert turns her focus on getting women back to work after a break to raise their families.
It's time to enter your nominations for Kent's most-prestigious business awards.
A family has paid tribute to the founder of a food distribution company who died in a hospice on his 85th birthday.
Campaigners are picketing stations around the county in opposition to an increase in rail fares.
Kent County Council's leader says towns around the Thames show more promise than cities in the North which have received billions of government cash.
Plans to cut as many as 40 jobs at the University of Kent have been branded “appalling and cynical” by workers’ rights campaigners.
More than half of workers at Kent County Council do not have confidence in decisions made by managers and directors, according to an internal survey.