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Friday, September 22, 2017

Two protesters have stayed at the port overnight

It will arrive in 2019

The weather has also presented challenges for growers across the county

The company racked up more written complaints than any other for the fifth consecutive year

Sir Roger Gale warned the UK economy would not survive without European workers

Bosses estimate there will be some 5,100 homes by 2020/21

Bosses anticipate up to 10 per cent of the anticipated 15 million annual visitors will make use of the fast ferries

But can you guess which one of the county’s many top destinations it is?

The local authority has had to find other ways to generate income in the face of slashed government funding

Punters can lose as much as £300 every minute on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals

The local authority has defended a decision to postpone a presentation by RiverOak Strategic Partners

The development proposes a five or six-screen cinema, shops, bars, restaurants and homes

A new report has assessed the huge economic impact of HS1 since it began in 2007

Campaigners are coming together today in opposition to the controversial trade

The Margate leisure complex was nominated for the gong by Thanet District Council

The store offers customers more than 30,000 leading home improvement and garden products

The model toymaker has its headquarters at the Discovery Park in Sandwich

The Pentagon Shopping Centre in Chatham is among those affected

Council bosses hope the facility will be open by early 2019

A maritime trade body has issued the warning as the House of Commons continues to debate the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill this week

Southern runs services in Beckenham, Ashford and Tonbridge

Now it’s a head-to-head battle in a bid to reach January’s grand final

The bakery opened at the start of last month

The council was awarded the grant to support stall holders

Local MP Craig Mackinlay said the golf tournament would be worth some £100m to the Kent economy

MP Charlie Elphicke organised a letter to chancellor Philip Hammond calling for the 1999 ban to be reversed when Britain leaves

Survey conducted into plans to increase scale of site off the Thanet and Sandwich coast

Queue systems just to get into London station will add 30 minutes to journeys and trains at peak times will be busier too

The car park next to Central Park will close next week

The Road Haulage Association says UK drivers are being put at risk

Kent County Council carried out a consultation on the proposals earlier this year

Two of the county’s top takeaways are included in the to be announced in January

Bumper bank holiday traffic as passengers use Kent stations to take advantage of summer break

Tom Tugendhat said the local response “demonstrates what a caring community Tonbridge is”

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