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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

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

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

Comes as consultation into the proposed site at Standford ends today

Council says it will help increase visitor numbers during peak festive season

A consumer watchdog revealed it received over 77 complaints per 10,000 connections in 2015/16 - more than twice the industry average

Outline planning permission given - full application now being prepared

Development of a hotel, residential apartments, leisure and retail facilities and more was promised but the project has been plagued by delays

The deal was praised by environment secretary and former Tonbridge Grammar student Andrea Leadsom

Papa’s Barn will now face off against Henley’s in Colchester to become the best fish and chip shop across London and the south east

The businesswoman said she hoped other schools would follow Benenden’s lead in developing practical skills for girls

Site owners Stone Hill Park are celebrating after Mr Grayling insisted it was a debate to be had purely within the Thanet district

A report recommends the council continues close monitoring of the costs and performance of operator, Sands Heritage Ltd

Comes on the back of a major development on a former cement works in the Medway Valley

Figures from Visit Kent reveal visits up nearly 20 per cent

The polymer fiver is said by the Bank of England to be cleaner, safer and stronger than paper notes, lasting around five years longer

It comes seven weeks after the UK voted to leave the EU

Sevenoaks council is drafting a 20-year ‘master plan’

The 244m chimney was detonated at 11am, creating 40,000 tonnes of concrete rubble

A series of consultation meetings carried out by the investment firm ended this week

Conservative MP Gareth Johnson has welcomed the figures since the payment system was introduced a year ago

Mr Palmer’s firm, MotorSport Vision, currently owns four tracks, including the popular Kent circuit

Increasingly, our coastal towns are looking to London to lure in a fresh breed to come and invest, but is it having a major impact on communities?

Will famous sands sink or swim?

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Following a consultation which closed earlier this summer, a decision is now due on the site six miles off our coast

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Mayor of Calais put a stake in the ground on a visit to the county about putting train plans back on track

The Calais hospital recently became an NHS provider, welcoming patients from Kent

The event will provide opportunities to make contacts and exchange ideas

The bridge was struck by a digger being transported on the back of a lorry on Saturday

It was only the exhibition’s second opening in the UK and its first in Kent

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