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Village faces influx of lorries if plant approved

Village faces influx of lorries if plant approved

Nearly 150 extra lorries could pass through a village each day if the green light is given for a new rubbish tip.

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P&O threatened with strike action in sickness policy dispute

P&O threatened with strike action in sickness policy dispute

Ferry firm has been told union will ballot members over industrial action in dispute over newly introduced sickness policy.

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Gatwick expansion 'totally underhand'

Gatwick expansion 'totally underhand'

Campaigners have hit out at bosses at Gatwick Airport after they announced plans to use their emergency runway to increase aviation capacity.

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Airport demolition plans revealed

Airport demolition plans revealed

New images show what an airport will look like if a plan to improve the site and knock down existing buildings is supported by councillors.

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Crossing the 'biggest road project since the M25'

Crossing the 'biggest road project since the M25'

The largest road project since the M25 was built 30 years ago could create the UK's longest road tunnel linking Kent to Essex within 10 years.

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Taxi worries over council's emissions push

Taxi worries over council's emissions push

Part of Kent may soon join London in rejecting taxi licence applications if a driver doesn't own a hybrid, electric, or low emissions vehicle.

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Apprenticeship scheme put in gear to help plug skills gap shortage

Apprenticeship scheme put in gear to help plug skills gap shortage

Construction giant hopes to put 36 apprenticeships a year through the scheme to train them to drive LGVs.

Petrol stations to get £2.3m investment

Petrol stations to get £2.3m investment

Four sites across the county will see food and drink offerings boosted at petrol filling stations.

'Too late to avoid frictionless ports'

'Too late to avoid frictionless ports'

A doom-ridden Government report claims it could be already too late to avoid chaos at the ports in the event of a no deal Brexit.

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Groundbreaking ceremony for truckstop expansion site

Groundbreaking ceremony for truckstop expansion site

VIPs attended the formal groundbreaking ceremony for truckstop which is to double in size.

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HGV clamping trial could be extended

HGV clamping trial could be extended

Council bosses hope to extend a trial which has seen more than 1,600 lorries clamped in less than a year.

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Kent's traffic jams in 'no deal' Brexit

Kent's traffic jams in 'no deal' Brexit

Peers have revealed the dire consequences facing the county if no Brexit deal is reached - with one container lorry taking over an hour to process.

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Coach firm marks its 50th anniversary

Coach firm marks its 50th anniversary

Coach company marks its 50th anniversary as it keeps an eye on the future.

Freight traffic on Le Shuttle records record month

Freight traffic on Le Shuttle records record month

Cross-Channel service reveals rise in both freight and passenger numbers.

Logistics firm's survey reveals need for Brexit clarity

Logistics firm's survey reveals need for Brexit clarity

Once again, it is the uncertainty of a post-Brexit landscape which is causing manufacturers sleepless nights.

Buses turned silver to mark firm's anniversary

Buses turned silver to mark firm's anniversary

Firm took over the running of buses in the region in 1993 - now two vehicles will mark the anniversary.

Commuters get high-speed service boost after damaged train returns

Commuters get high-speed service boost after damaged train returns

The train was involved in a crash with a van on a level crossing in October last year.

Shadow Chancellor's fares demand

Shadow Chancellor's fares demand

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell arrived in the county this morning to join rail campaigners protesting against hikes in ticket prices.

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Bus boss backs tram

Bus boss backs tram

The head of Kent's largest bus company has said a tram would go a long way to combatting congestion in the north of the county.

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MP in talks over third train station

MP in talks over third train station

A long-discussed proposal for a third railway station in a city looks set to take a step forward following talks between an MP and Network Rail.

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