An all-day gym which will open seven days a week is set to fill an empty unit at a multi-million pound venue.
Representatives from tourism champions Visit Kent picked up the the county's latest award at glitzy London awards.
The future of a popular tandoori restaurant is uncertain following immigration raids carried out earlier this year.
Decision to retire at the end of the next financial year comes after share price plunged to lowest ever level in April.
A council is recommending a new boutique cinema is not included in plans for a harbour development.
Two restaurants have been named among the top 100 in the country in a prestigious annual listing.
The May Day Bank Holiday will be moved to a Friday next year to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
A Kent aviation museum is starting to take off as volunteers began building an extension today - despite rain and wind hampering the project.
KentOnline has been granted a sneak preview behind the scenes of a Wetherspoons ahead of its reopening next week following a major refurbishment.
Restaurant units remain empty six months after a cinema and hotel complex opened - but details of the first tenants are expected “imminently”.
Work is expected to begin in the autumn to transform a Kent shopping centre.
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Deliveroo, the food delivery service, is heading to yet another town in Kent later next month.
A kebab shop has had its late-night licence revoked following a “violent assault” which resulted in two people being arrested.
A new boat is preparing to welcome a The Duchess of Cornwall ahead of its official naming ceremony.
A new multi-storey events centre could open its doors at a vacant town centre warehouse.
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A football club's plans for stadium expansion have taken a step forward after it bought a small, but crucial, piece of land from the council.
Pier bosses have been accused of “living in a dream world” after revealing £5m plans to extend the seaside landmark.
Publicans are hoping to open up a new town centre drinking venue in a former beauty salon after submitting plans to the council.