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Disney cruise ship set to stay in Kent until summer

Disney cruise ship set to stay in Kent until summer

A huge Disney cruise ship has had its schedule postponed further - meaning its long stay in Kent is set to continue.

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Look inside Gogglebox hotel on market for millions

Look inside Gogglebox hotel on market for millions

The Grade I listed hotel made famous by Gogglebox duo Steph and Dom has gone on the market with a huge price tag - take a look inside it here.

'Best of Kent' wine bar set to open in village square

'Best of Kent' wine bar set to open in village square

A wine bar offering bottles from all seven of the county's major vineyards is set to open in an historic village square.

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Jobless figures dip but fears remain

Jobless figures dip but fears remain

Benefit claims across the county dipped in January - but they remain 91% up year-on-year due to the impact of the pandemic.

Grandad's beach hut plan for wartime relic

Grandad's beach hut plan for wartime relic

A retired engineer says a dilapidated seafront 'covered way' threatened with demolition could be used to house beach huts.

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Crazy golf plans to be decided

Crazy golf plans to be decided

Councillors are set to approve plans to create an 18-hole adventure golf course next to a seaside paddling pool.

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Jobs warning despite roadmap out of lockdown

Jobs warning despite roadmap out of lockdown

A leading business figure in Kent has said jobs and businesses 'hang by a thread' despite the proposed lifting of restrictions over the coming months.

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New bistro to open today despite lockdown

New bistro to open today despite lockdown

A new eatery is coming to a town centre, offering takeaway food, drink and cakes despite the pandemic.

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Firms call for 'most ambitious Budget in modern history'

Firms call for 'most ambitious Budget in modern history'

The Chancellor is being called upon to help many firms who have struggled to survive as a result of not being able to access government support.

Cinema and restaurant complex taking shape 'at just the right time'

Cinema and restaurant complex taking shape 'at just the right time'

This year's scheduled launch of a much-anticipated £115 million leisure complex is hoped to come at the perfect time for the rebirth of the economy.

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Is hope on the horizon for Dockside?

Is hope on the horizon for Dockside?

After several restaurants at Chatham Dockside were forced to close, we take a look at whether the area can sail out of the pandemic to new waters.

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'Shipping container' hotel set to open this summer

'Shipping container' hotel set to open this summer

A hotel chain has announced when it hopes to open a new 140-room site following a delay caused by Covid.

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Behind the closed gates of Kent's attractions

Behind the closed gates of Kent's attractions

Kent's venues should have been welcoming half term visitors, but instead stand empty in lockdown. We've had exclusive access to some of them.

Could you be a volunteer at The Open this summer?

Could you be a volunteer at The Open this summer?

Following exciting news that The 149th Open is definitely happening this July, a recruitment campaign has begun to find volunteers

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Grade II-listed pub set for £650k makeover

Grade II-listed pub set for £650k makeover

An ambitious transformation of an 18th century pub from a tired drinker’s local to a modern and quirky inn will take place after lockdown.

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The four Kent beaches in the UK's top 50

The four Kent beaches in the UK's top 50

A survey of hundreds of Brits has ranked four Kent beaches in the UK's top 50.

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Shepherd Neame marketing boss joins Visit Kent

Shepherd Neame marketing boss joins Visit Kent

A woman who has worked for Bacardi, Pernod Ricard and now heads Shepherd Neame's marketing has joined the board of tourism firm Visit Kent.

A birds-eye tour of The Historic Dockyard

A birds-eye tour of The Historic Dockyard

Explore the stories of the Historic Dockyard's three warships like you've never seen them before - from the skies.

Pie and mash business defies coronavirus slump

Pie and mash business defies coronavirus slump

An enterprise that began just before the first Covid-19 lockdown has survived a year on despite the pandemic's devastating impact on the economy.

GDP tumbles as lockdown takes a toll

GDP tumbles as lockdown takes a toll

The UK economy in 2020 took a huge blow with one leading business figure says there is 'little cheer' in figures released today.

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