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Maidstone MP Helen Grant congratulated postmaster Tim Chapman on the award

The site has been fuel free for more than four years after being decommissioned in 2006, but the skips need to be safely disposed of

It comes after Kent News exclusively revealed plans to develop housing and a ‘world class’ open space on the site

EKCAAT is taking exception to Instro Precision’s plans to expand into the Sandwich business park

Expected step now taken to solidify Canterbury College’s recovery and bring it under the wing of successful East Kent College

The project is part of a drive by Thanet District Council to modernise the port

Developer Berkeley Homes now seeking planning permission to develop the site and open the school by September 2018

It joins The Parade in Claygate, Surrey and Hoole in Chester as the three best parades in the country

The historic pub dates back to 1802 and will be run under a new licensee

Strikes will last from Tuesday to Thursday

The specialised nature of the work has caused delays to rumble on

The former West Indies Test star helped guide Kent to a second placed finish in division two of the county championship

Some 350 workers lost their jobs following the closure of Thamesteel in 2012

JC Rook & Sons has been trading in Kent for more than 50 years

Labour councillors in Medway have expressed disappointment at the closure of Dickens World in Chatham

The properties were built by The Admirality for the costguard service in 1865

Investors are being invited to view plans and kickstart new trading relationships with Europe

A government scheme is failing to help, according to inspectors

An out-of-court settlement has been submitted to Thanet District Council to draw a line under an ongoing compensation battle

Giant Campus is the new sister company of Sleeping Giant Media in Folkestone

Its parent company announced it ceased trading with effect from 5.30pm on Tuesday

An independent report concludes that airport operations are ‘very unlikely to be financially viable’

Agency plans to tackle the 2,800 people on its housing waiting list

A government report recently said austerity and a lack of housing was driving an increase in homelessness

The Canterbury MP has long campaigned against the impact he feels such plans would have on the city skyline and wider Kent countryside

We visit the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury as it reflects on its triumphs and the challenges which lie ahead

The leaking roof above the Cathedral Nave will be replaced and a new Welcome Centre will be created, subject to planning permission

Some 43 complaints were made about drunk and anti-social behaviour and excessive littering during the 2016 festival

A union official said a fingerprint recognition system used to log working hours was not working properly, with some employees not paid for an entire shift

The project impacts on all areas of the independent family business, including its historic brewery and pub signage on its 330 pubs and hotels

Chance to see proposals and discuss with the team behind them

East Kent Campaign Against the Arms Trade has criticised Intro Precision for ‘misleading’ an MP, though Mr Mackinlay has shot these claims down

Union chief voices concerns now for members at High Speed One

Embankment will be created with timber flood barriers designed to prevent 30 homes and properties

Former site owners feel they are owed upwards of £15m and potential payment should have been highlighted in the council’s audit report

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