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Multi-billion-pound projects to provide update

Multi-billion-pound projects to provide update

A free webinar later this month will see figures from some of the county's most ambitious projects provide an update.

Staycations to boost county's coffers by £590m

Staycations to boost county's coffers by £590m

The county is bracing itself for hundreds of thousands of visitors as holiday-makers opt for a staycation this year.

Have your say on town's economic growth

Have your say on town's economic growth

A local authority wants to hear feedback on its plans to grow the local economy.

Experts to debate performance of economy

Experts to debate performance of economy

A free event will feature a host of big names from the county as they debate the latest economic outcomes.

Could recovery be slower than expected?

Could recovery be slower than expected?

The latest GDP figures reveal a bounce back after a drop between January and March - but one expert warns recovery could be slower than hoped.

Town centre firms get extra support

Town centre firms get extra support

A council-backed scheme will offer free advice to help firms bounce back after the pandemic.

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Taste of Kent Awards 2021: Winners revealed

Taste of Kent Awards 2021: Winners revealed

During a virtual live ceremony on Tuesday night, the winners of this year's Taste of Kent Awards were unveiled.

Landlord's bid for outdoor bar rejected

Landlord's bid for outdoor bar rejected

A pub landlord has had his bid for an outdoor bar denied following a number of complaints about noise and parking.

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Soundbites session feature top academics

Soundbites session feature top academics

Business insight will be on offer as a series of webinars take place online, with the first taking place next month.

Paddle boarding business opens on unexplored stretch of river

Paddle boarding business opens on unexplored stretch of river

A new paddle boarding community designed to bring physical and mental health benefits to those looking to learn a new skill has arrived in Kent.

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The UK craze which started in a tiny Kent village

The UK craze which started in a tiny Kent village

We chart the rise of a UK craze that has swept the nation since it started in a village with a population of just 7,300 people 16 years ago.

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Festival cancelled for second successive year

Festival cancelled for second successive year

Plans for the Maidstone River Festival have sunk for the second year in a row due to the pandemic.

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Plan to rebuild our economy after Covid

Plan to rebuild our economy after Covid

After the twin shocks of Brexit and the pandemic, the South East Local Enterprise Partnership has unveiled its plans to help the recovery.

Duo take over village pub

Duo take over village pub

A husband-and-wife team have switched pubs with plans to serve up success.

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530-bed student flats block to become summer hotel

530-bed student flats block to become summer hotel

One of Kent's biggest student complexes has been accused of 'undercutting' local hotels after winning a bid to offer its rooms to summer guests.

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Name chosen for new £467k food hall

Name chosen for new £467k food hall

The name for a town's newest dining destination has been chosen following a public vote.

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Adventure golf course to open in town centre

Adventure golf course to open in town centre

An adventure golf course is set to open in the same building as an escape room.

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New Travelodge to open 'in time for summer'

New Travelodge to open 'in time for summer'

A new hotel is set to open bringing 20 new jobs in time for an expected surge in staycations this summer.

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KEiBA 2021: Entries for top awards open this month

KEiBA 2021: Entries for top awards open this month

The region's most prestigious business awards will return for 2021 - here's all the details you need to get your entry ready.

Holiday park splashes out £1m for 'staycation summer'

Holiday park splashes out £1m for 'staycation summer'

A holiday park has invested £1m to prepare for a boost in visitors predicted when coronavirus lockdown restrictions are lifted this summer.

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