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The cross-Channel rail operator runs trains through Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International

However, Instro Precision has been backed by both the Sandwich business park and South Thanet MP Craig Mackinlay

Kelly Tolhurst believes her constituency should have been consulted on the move which leaves Rochester high street with just one bank

The Faversham and Mid Kent MP is calling for the introduction of a fresh seasonal agricultutrual workers scheme

A total of 1,483,741 lorries were transported between January 1 and November 25 this year, equalling the number for the whole of 2015

Figures just released show a full breakdown of statistics for 2015 with big rises apparent despite the problems caused by the likes of Operation Stack

It is estimated horticulture employs more than 80,000 seasonal workers and this will increase to 95,000 by 2021

The firm reached an agreement with union to relocate its direct motor claims customer operations team

The centre, to be located on a 2.1 hectare site in Whitfield, is set to open in 2019

School in Strood becomes latest to come under the umbrella of growing trust

Work Routes is a scheme tasked with getting more than 5,000 people back into employment

His latest work, The Arrival of the Smart Meters, takes its inspiration from the in-home displays that tell users how much they are spending on energy

Delayed passengers received £2.2million from the company

The mobile network has nine million customers

Passengers enjoyed a three-course breakfast aboard the vintage carriage, which replaced a Southeastern train from Kent to London this morning

Cost of entry, tea and a pie for a match at Priestfield works out to be a little over £20.

The MPs have signed a letter to Philip Hammond ahead of his first Autumn Statement as chancellor next Wednesday

A consultation between the business and the union representing the employees is underway

It comes after the site owners sold its other major venture in Kent, the Discovery Park business estate in Sandwich

Chris Musgrave and Trevor Cartner acquired the park in 2012 after pharmaceutical giant, Pfizer, scaled back its operation in Kent

Over the last 10 months, the project has stockpiled 46,000 tonnes of aggregate to create a sustainable legacy of material processing and recycling

The reality star was given a day of lessons for ITV series The Mummy Diaries

The PLA makes sure the Thames is safe, and promotes the use of the river with the aim of making its activities even busier

The chairman is set to attend Saturday’s League One game with Northampton Town

Owners of the Bewl Water site in Lamberhurst have revealed plans to build 60 ‘earth lodges’ to provide self-catering accommodation.

Shoppers set to be invited to help come up with new identity for popular complex

The former home of Anne Boleyn enjoyed a rise of seven per cent on the previous year

The ten-part historical drama series became available last Friday

Danny Lucas issued a personal plea to Mr Zuckerberg earlier this year

Rochester firm set to officially unveil breakthrough app at exhibition later this month

RMT is striking over changes to the number of workers on trains

The owners of Niftie’s in Dover this week agreed a deal with Folkestone Invicta Football Club and are looking to set up other stores in London

Property, which pulls in 27,000 visitors a year, will go on the market next week

Medway Council took the lead on a pioneering self-exclusion scheme, which has since been carried out across the UK

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