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The deserted 'International' station that's still missing Eurostar

The deserted 'International' station that's still missing Eurostar

The continued suspension of international rail services has left a station looking like lockdown never ended.

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Looming recession 'could kill off local businesses'

Looming recession 'could kill off local businesses'

Soaring inflation could usher in a recession later this year - and the fear many firms may not survive it, warns a Kent business expert.

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Shock at town centre gym's sudden closure

Shock at town centre gym's sudden closure

A well-known gym in a Kent town centre has mysteriously shut suddenly leaving members in the dark and in shock with fears over reclaiming their money.

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Petrol stations accused of not passing on tax cuts to drivers

Petrol stations accused of not passing on tax cuts to drivers

Fuel retailers have been told to make sure tax cuts are being passed to customers as campaign groups say hard-pressed drivers aren't benefitting.

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£9m leisure complex plans for BHS store scrapped

£9m leisure complex plans for BHS store scrapped

Plans for a multi-million pound leisure complex at a former BHS store which would include a go kart track, cinema and bowling have been scrapped.

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£138m investment will create more jobs

£138m investment will create more jobs

A long-standing Kent company has been granted a £138 million loan, which will help it create new job roles and invest in green technologies.

Historic bus waiting room transformed into coffee and cocktail bar

Historic bus waiting room transformed into coffee and cocktail bar

A 100-year-old former bus waiting room will open as a coffee bar, serving hot drinks in the day and wine and cocktails in the evening.

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Plans to 'infill' lake to create thousands of homes

Plans to 'infill' lake to create thousands of homes

Part of a lake could be raised and filled in as part of plans to deliver thousands of homes and a music and arts venue at Kent's new garden city.

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Operation Brock to stay until June

Operation Brock to stay until June

The half term, Jubilee celebrations and reduced ferry capacity will keep Operation Brock in place on the M20 until June.

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Pub plan for Barclays bank moves forward

Pub plan for Barclays bank moves forward

Plans to transform a former high street bank into a pub and restaurant are one step closer.

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£33m broadband boost for 40,000 properties

£33m broadband boost for 40,000 properties

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses in the county are set for full fibre broadband upgrades as part of a £33m investment.

Jobless figures tumble but squeeze on incomes ramps up

Jobless figures tumble but squeeze on incomes ramps up

The number of people claiming benefits fell heavily last month - but soaring inflation means few are better off.

Staff at lorry park to be redeployed amid post-Brexit delays

Staff at lorry park to be redeployed amid post-Brexit delays

Staff at a brexit lorry park could have to be redeployed amid ongoing delays to border controls.

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Deadline looms for Medway awards

Deadline looms for Medway awards

A leading business event for Medway is urging firms to enter now as the clock ticks down to the deadline for entries.

'How can any business afford an extra £1k per month?'

'How can any business afford an extra £1k per month?'

The cost of living crisis has claimed another victim after spiralling expenses saw a businesswoman call time on her much-loved tea room.

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Huge estate planned for narrow country lane

Huge estate planned for narrow country lane

Residents are fuming after discovering an estate of 650 houses is planned for fields behind their homes.

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Cricket club bowls up deal with college group

Cricket club bowls up deal with college group

Kent Cricket has signed a partnership deal with a group which runs a number of colleges in the county/

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End of line for the shop that dressed royalty

End of line for the shop that dressed royalty

A tailors with links to royalty and Dickens is to close after 180 years

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Georgian-style wine bar set for summer opening

Georgian-style wine bar set for summer opening

Twin brothers restoring a listed building into a Georgian-style bistro with a light-up pink bar are planning for a summer opening.

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'Bland' micropub plans for high street inn slammed

'Bland' micropub plans for high street inn slammed

Plans to transform a run down high street inn into flats and a micropub have hit a wall.

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