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£33m broadband boost for 40,000 properties

£33m broadband boost for 40,000 properties

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses in the county are set for full fibre broadband upgrades as part of a £33m investment.

'We need emergency budget now'

'We need emergency budget now'

A leading business organisation in the county has joined a call for the Chancellor to hold an emergency budget to ease the cost of living crisis.

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Company unveils 'revolutionary' aircraft device

Company unveils 'revolutionary' aircraft device

One of Kent's top businesses has unveiled a multi-million pound innovation aimed at making flying safer and easier.

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Firms to hike prices due to increasing costs

Firms to hike prices due to increasing costs

It won't come as a surprise to many, but the majority of Kent firms polled recently said increased costs would be passed onto their customers.

Bosses urged to 'sleep under stars' for charity

Bosses urged to 'sleep under stars' for charity

Business leaders in the county are being urged to sign-up to a charity event next month designed to raise money and awareness for homeless charities.

Major event's £25m expectations

Major event's £25m expectations

After a two-year break due to the pandemic, the largest regional business event returns to the county in May.

MegaGrowth 50 bounces back for 2022

MegaGrowth 50 bounces back for 2022

A list of the fastest growing companies in the county is making a return for its 19th outing.

Hundreds set for summit's return

Hundreds set for summit's return

One of the county's top networking events returns for its fifth annual outing next week - with 300 delegates expected.

The new Highway Code rule that lets you watch TV but says phones are still illegal

The new Highway Code rule that lets you watch TV but says phones are still illegal

Just months after some of the biggest changes in its history, The Highway Code is changing again and here's why.

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The tiny life-saving car button drivers know little about

The tiny life-saving car button drivers know little about

Millions of cars are now fitted with a potentially life-saving button but drivers know very little about the SOS technology.

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Survey reveals majority fear inflationary squeeze

Survey reveals majority fear inflationary squeeze

A poll of SMEs has revealed many remain anxious at rising costs - while just 4% say Brexit has had a positive impact on them.

Will frosty reception kill off Kent's high-speed ambitions?

Will frosty reception kill off Kent's high-speed ambitions?

In our special report into 5G masts, we look at whether NIMBYism is holding back communities from being better connected.

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Summit talks net zero funding

Summit talks net zero funding

A key debate at a leading business event next month will focus on how firms can access funding towards a net zero future.

Landmark building delayed in setback to major project

Landmark building delayed in setback to major project

The centrepiece of a new innovation park has been delayed amid confusion on how many firms have signed up for the scheme.

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IT boss hails support scheme

IT boss hails support scheme

The CEO of an IT firm says more firms should look to take advantage of government employment schemes to help youngsters get on the career ladder.

Uni and park agree deal

Uni and park agree deal

A partnership between a leading science park and a top university is hoped to help retain talent in the county.

'Clubs create £12m for local economy'

'Clubs create £12m for local economy'

Kent Cricket's CEO is to speak before delegates at a leading business event next month.

£12k survey ordered for derelict boat store

£12k survey ordered for derelict boat store

A council and Historic England will discover what needs to be done to save a 162-year-old boat store which paved the way for today's skyscrapers.

Major salad farm to be built on park

Major salad farm to be built on park

Another big salad farm is coming to the county - creating dozens of jobs in the process.

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Fruit sales hit record highs

Fruit sales hit record highs

Fruit varieties developed at a horticultural research centre in the county are closing in on 100million annual sales.

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