Nearly 3,000 foreign lorries are avoiding paying charges at the Dartford Crossing every week, according to newly uncovered figures.
A freight business owner has been jailed for trying to sneak 2,000 kilos of tobacco into the UK in a bid to evade nearly half a million pounds in tax.
A second senior Kent Tory MP says Parliament should be able to say what option for leaving the EU it wants if Theresa May’s Brexit deal is rejected.
A fashion and furnishings chain is to close a number of stores nationwide.
A jewellery shop is leaving a town it has had a presence in for more than 18 years.
Residents have been left in the lurch after a village Post Office has closed without any warning just days before Christmas.
Celebrity chef Scott Goss, who appeared on the BBC's Great British Menu, has opened his first restaurant in the county.
Consultant says plans currently out for consultation could see government fail to hit its own housing targets.
Shepherd Neame pub reopens with landlords from nearby village pub now in charge.
Chef will serve up a vegan menu in January at his seaside eatery.
The Range and a Costa Coffee drive-thru are to open on a new retail park after plans were approved.
A council has failed to persuade rail bosses and a train operator to back an unmanned rail station.
A couple have decided to buck the trend of the decline of the high street by opening a traditional general store.
Hopes to extend the opening hours of a takeaway have been dashed amid concerns from police.
A corner shop has been prevented from selling alcohol after objections from a nearby school.
A chef who once worked with Gordon Ramsay is looking to transform a pub’s image after taking over as landlady.
Dole queues lengthened by 640 people across Kent as unemployment increased nationally by a small margin.
A key business figure says companies in Kent are looking at Westminster in "utter dismay" after the Prime Minister delayed a vote on her Brexit deal.
Major four-year deal will see Wakefield-based firm handle electrical and mechanical maintenance issues at port.
The Brexit Secretary has answered questions from KentOnline readers about the impact of leaving the EU - but ducked one query on Operation Stack.
A lack of contingency planning for a no-deal Brexit means it could take eight hours to process a single lorry, say hauliers.