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'Lane closures made me miss my flight'

'Lane closures made me miss my flight'

A woman's journey to the airport took more than three hours thanks to lane closures.

Rail firm under fire for 'ghost trains'

Rail firm under fire for 'ghost trains'

A rail operator has apologised after telling an MP its services ran as normal, when it in fact had cancelled 24 trains in one day.

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'Alarm' growing over Brexit uncertainty

'Alarm' growing over Brexit uncertainty

Senior business leader says key questions must be answered to allow firms to prepare for March 29 exit from the EU.

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Villagers' latest rally against sandpit

Villagers' latest rally against sandpit

The latest meeting in opposition to a proposed 3.6million tonne sandpit has been held.

'Flawed' ferry contracts sparks legal action

'Flawed' ferry contracts sparks legal action

The government is being taken to court after awarding contracts to three ferry companies, including one with no ships.

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Travelodge on track with railway expansion plans

Travelodge on track with railway expansion plans

A hotel operator says it will plough tens of millions of pounds, and create hundreds of jobs, into its commuter town plans.

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Council shunned Seaborne Freight a year ago

Council shunned Seaborne Freight a year ago

Councillors had been close to signing a ferry deal with beleaguered Seaborne Freight a year ago, before the government's botched negotiations with it.

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Budget delay was 'my request' says council leader

Budget delay was 'my request' says council leader

The leader of a council insists it was his decision to delay a key budget vote over ferry plans, despite suggestions the government made the call.

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Lifeline for government's ferry plan as council delays budget

Lifeline for government's ferry plan as council delays budget

A decision on whether to implement budget cuts which would have prevented the a port being used in the case of a no-deal Brexit has been delayed.

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Brexit 50 day countdown: Selep raps out warning

Brexit 50 day countdown: Selep raps out warning

Fears many small firms have yet to take steps or are confused by impact of our departure from the EU.

Firms urged to act now on HMRC's latest Brexit guidance

Firms urged to act now on HMRC's latest Brexit guidance

Business advisors urge firms in county not to ignore latest Brexit guidance notes.

Time to enter major new apprenticeship awards - but be quick, deadline is Friday, February 15

Time to enter major new apprenticeship awards - but be quick, deadline is Friday, February 15

Major awards event has been set up to celebrate both apprentices and those organisations supporting them.

Council's £86m roads plan to unlock 12,000 homes

Council's £86m roads plan to unlock 12,000 homes

A council has revealed it plans to spend £86 million tackling a problem roundabout in a bid to gain backing for 12,000 homes over the next 24 years.

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Logistics firm's acquisition fuels growth plans

Logistics firm's acquisition fuels growth plans

Company will integrate firm into its growing operation.

Business chief calls for more Brexit financial support

Business chief calls for more Brexit financial support

Panel discussion saw Kent SMEs discuss preparations for the split with the EU at the end of March.

Logistics firm embarks on Brexit recruitment drive

Logistics firm embarks on Brexit recruitment drive

Customs clearance staff will be hired by the firm ahead of March 29 - the day the UK formally leaves the EU.

Minister fails to answer Kent ferry service questions

Minister fails to answer Kent ferry service questions

A minister has been accused of swerving 22 questions about how a £13.8m contract was awarded.

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Time almost up for port deal

Time almost up for port deal

The clock is ticking down on agreeing a deal between a ferry operator and council to prevent funding from being slashed.

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Train fares too expensive say 40% of passengers

Train fares too expensive say 40% of passengers

Four in 10 passengers who use Southeastern trains do not feel they get value for money, while nearly the same amount are happy with what they pay.

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Authority to increase number of electric vehicle charging points

Authority to increase number of electric vehicle charging points

Boost for owners of electric powered cars as authority signals increase in charge points.

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