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Kids' crisps range hits the shelves

Kids' crisps range hits the shelves

Fruit crisp firm expands its range with two new flavours.

Rail depot legal challenge fails

Rail depot legal challenge fails

Court success for a council means a railway site can now be revived.

Brewers unveil blueberry beer

Brewers unveil blueberry beer

Take a look at the latest beer to join the brewer's portfolio at a pub near you.

Workshops will get firms 'Brexit ready'

Workshops will get firms 'Brexit ready'

Businesses are being invited to workshops to get them 'Brexit ready' in time for October 31.

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Winemaker sees losses add up despite sales soaring

Winemaker sees losses add up despite sales soaring

Heavy investment takes a toll but wine and beer firm is set to reap the benefit of spending.

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Two key economy-boosting contracts set for tender process

Two key economy-boosting contracts set for tender process

County council set to rule on who will pick up crucial contracts for inward investment and tourism.

Fresh small business warning of 'no deal' Brexit

Fresh small business warning of 'no deal' Brexit

Organisation's chief demands firms get financial support for planning as October 31 exit date nears.

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Brewer takes turnover hit as pub trade soars

Brewer takes turnover hit as pub trade soars

A one-off fee related to a refinancing deal takes a chunk out of firm's bottom line.

New Aldi opens its doors

New Aldi opens its doors

A multi-million pound Aldi store has opened its doors, with scores of shoppers queuing to get in the new shop.

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Kent Debenhams will close

Kent Debenhams will close

A lost court action has hammered the final nail into the coffins for four Debenhams in Kent.

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Survey to gauge digital skill levels across county

Survey to gauge digital skill levels across county

Find out how your firm can take part in a major survey to identify needs of the workplace.

Business chief demands Brexit deal from our MPs

Business chief demands Brexit deal from our MPs

Impact on firms in the county will be more severe, warns leading business organisation.

Major expo to boost firms' use of technology

Major expo to boost firms' use of technology

Free one-day event to feature host of experts on key issues impacting on businesses.

Dutch delight as £50,000 of orders secured

Dutch delight as £50,000 of orders secured

Company helped by government department to secure key contracts.

Legal threat to retail giant's plans lifted

Legal threat to retail giant's plans lifted

Agreement will now mean plans can be implemented to save a string of high street retailers.

At-risk steel firm loses depot

At-risk steel firm loses depot

A Kent-based steel firm is now in administration - with one of its depots being acquired by another company.

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College says economy needs more skilled workers

College says economy needs more skilled workers

Call comes as thousands of students collect their GCSE results.

Uni to host leading cyber security event

Uni to host leading cyber security event

Firms big and small have the chance to discuss their security concerns and challenges.

Union fears over rights for temporary staff

Union fears over rights for temporary staff

Latest figures reveal tens of thousands of people across Kent are in 'precarious work'

Winemaker in the pink with new fizz launch

Winemaker in the pink with new fizz launch

Corks are popping at a leading winemaker in the county after it launched a premium English sparking rose with a leading supermarket chain.

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