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Pizza plan for commuters

Pizza plan for commuters

A businessman has applied to turn a village railway station's former booking office into a pizza takeaway.

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'We're on a mission to make a difference'

'We're on a mission to make a difference'

A series of monthly networking sessions start this month aimed at helping firms bounce back after the pandemic.

Big surge in flexible office space demand

Big surge in flexible office space demand

The pandemic's lasting impact on the way we work is being highlighted by a shift in demand for flexible space.

The 16 sectors exempt from Covid isolation

The 16 sectors exempt from Covid isolation

A list of 16 sectors has been released where staff will be exempt from Covid isolation if they are fully vaccinated amid the growing 'pingdemic'.

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First luxury flats at old funfair almost complete

First luxury flats at old funfair almost complete

New pictures show how a luxury development at a recently-derelict seafront site is steaming ahead with residents due to move in soon.

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'If we don't use our High Street shops, we'll lose them'

'If we don't use our High Street shops, we'll lose them'

Shoppers could be given free parking in their town centres on Saturdays to help revive the local economy.

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Fire-gutted nightclub is back after just nine days

Fire-gutted nightclub is back after just nine days

A town centre nightclub gutted by fire last week says it is ready to reopen for business - albeit not in the same building.

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Online banking and playstation users report outage

Online banking and playstation users report outage

Playstation gamers and customers using online banks including HSBC and Barclays are reporting problems with services this afternoon.

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'We can stop a repeat of Grenfell'

'We can stop a repeat of Grenfell'

A company deliberately set a lounge and bedroom alight to show the importance of flame retardant cladding.

More homes for council tenants

More homes for council tenants

The first tenants have moved into the borough's latest development of council-owned homes.

Riverside development of 1,500 homes approved

Riverside development of 1,500 homes approved

A huge riverside development of 1,500 homes, restaurants, bars and cafes has been given the green light by councillors.

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Tunnel operator losses £106m in first six months of 2021

Tunnel operator losses £106m in first six months of 2021

The cost of travel restrictions continues to take a sizeable bite out of the finances of the company behind the Channel Tunnel.

Bespoke homes approved for Garden City

Bespoke homes approved for Garden City

A total of 302 new homes have been approved for Ebbsfleet Garden City including its first custom-build properties

Bid to fuel boost to life sciences sector

Bid to fuel boost to life sciences sector

Firms in the life sciences sector are being given the chance to secure free advice and guidance worth £15,000.

Popular restaurant shuts after Covid case

Popular restaurant shuts after Covid case

A positive Covid test for a member of staff at a popular Kent restaurant has resulted in its closure until further notice.

Covid outbreak at Wetherspoon pub sees hours cut

Covid outbreak at Wetherspoon pub sees hours cut

Numerous positive cases among staff at a high street pub has resulted in shorter trading times as much of the workforce is isolating at home.

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Anti-Amazon protest at Bluewater

Anti-Amazon protest at Bluewater

Protestors have stepped up their campaign against the retail giant after reporting Amazon to the regulator for 'price hikes during the pandemic'.

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Start your own business in 10 days

Start your own business in 10 days

Free coaching is on offer to help entrepreneurs on their way.

£30k raised already as celebs back bid to save restaurant

£30k raised already as celebs back bid to save restaurant

Chef Tom Kerridge and food critic Jay Rayner are among those fighting to save a Kent restaurant - with £30,000 raised in less than 24 hours.

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D-Day for 1,500 riverside homes plan

D-Day for 1,500 riverside homes plan

Decision day has arrived for ambitious plans to revamp a disused riverside site with 1,500 homes along with shops, restaurants and bars.

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