The MP for Chatham and Aylesford has written to a fast food chain, asking them to reconsider reopening a particular branch for now.
A bus company has been forced to make sweeping changes to its fleet to ensure pupils remain safe when they go back to school.
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A number of rural firms have received payments in a bid to help boost the county's rural economy, despite the pandemic.
The county's big employers are working out just how to get staff back into the workplace when lockdown measures are eased.
Multi-million pound projects, including the redevelopment of a bingo hall, are set to be paused as lockdown has cost a council £4.5m.
The shocking cost of lockdown on Kent's £4 billion tourism sector has been revealed.
A popular Kent food market has announced it will reopen one of its branches soon.
Burger fans have been queuing up to grab their Big Macs.
Victims of a data breach by a budget airline are being urged to claim for compensation
Thousands of people across the county have been applying for fruit picking and getting no response as farmers tackle the uncertainty of lockdown.
JD Wetherspoons bosses have revealed how they plan to maintain hygiene when reopening branches.
A union is calling on the government to nationalise struggling P&O Ferries and to make more use of the furlough scheme to save staff from redundancy
Bluewater's Carluccio's will stay open as 40 others across the country face closure.
A new marketing company is hoping its video deal will prove a hit with small firms returning to the 'new normal'.
Kent Police is to sell off its headquarters and relocate all staff, KentOnline can reveal.
In a highly charged meeting, plans to convert a 'Grade 1' arable field into homes were given the go ahead.
At least 30 jobs are expected to be created at a new pie factory in Kent, while plans have also been unveiled for a modernised farmers' market.
The owner of a cleaning business who is now having to claim Universal Credit is concerned about the financial impact of the coronavirus crisis.
A Facebook post showing a photo of dumped fridges made Chris Cox so angry he arranged to collect them.
The shop will be shared by two separate businesses as it welcomes customers back to order deliveries and takeaway.
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