The world's first life-sized knitted garden has gone on display in at a shopping centre.
The Team GB diver Olympic medallist Tom Daley stopped traffic today at a shopping centre in Kent when he dropped in for a book signing.
Bluewater shopping centre plans to create 1,500 jobs
More than 5,000 people queued at the region's biggest shopping centre today - in search of 600 jobs. The vacancies are mainly in retail - at Bluewater - which is shrugging off the recession.
Bluewater has organised its second Jobs Fayre of the year. Over 2000 people will be interviewed for a number of temporary and permanent jobs at more than 50 of the shopping centre's shops and restaurants.
Bluewater has organised its second Jobs Fayre of the year, which is being held today.
Over 2000 people will be interviewed for a number of temporary and permanent jobs at more than fifty of the shopping centre's shops and restaurants.
It will hopefully have a huge impact on the employment rates in the area.
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More than two thousand jobs are set to be created as part of plans to expand a shopping centre in Kent.
The proposal to increase Bluewater's capacity by twenty per cent was approved by Dartford council, but contested by neighbouring council Gravesham, who asked the government to intervene because they feared it will put retailers off coming to a new shopping quarter in Gravesend.
But now the government has confirmed that it won't be challenging Dartford Council's decision to grant planning permission.
The on the spot justice system will mean shoplifters will be arrested, appear before magistrates and can even be sentenced without leaving the shopping centre, saving police and court staff time and money.
Bluewater has video links to five courts and is being rolled out after a successful two month trial.
Tens of thousands of eager bargain hunters rushed to The Oracle in Reading yesterday to be amongst the first to snap up some fantastic Boxing Day bargains.
Shoppers queued from 6am to take advantage of the sales.
More than a hundred and thirty thousand bargain hunters turned up at the Bluewater shopping centre in Kent yesterday, exceeding the Boxing Day record set last year. People started queuing outside from one o'clock in the morning.
The mall's manager is predicting visitor figures to reach around 900,000 in total between Boxing Day and New Year's Eve.