Aylesford Newsprint is going into administration. It's been making newspaper at its one hundred-acre site for well over twenty years.
The company was bought by an American holding firm in October 2012 who described themselves as being "a long-term investor". The news was announced to staff this morning, as David Johns reports.
He spoke to Tim Elliott from Unite The Union; MP for Chatham and Aylesford Tracey Crouch; and Prof Tim Luckhurst who's a journalist expert.
Portsmouth has enjoyed one of the biggest increases in jobs in the country, says a new report.
The Cities Outlook 2015 report, from the Centre for Cities thinktank, says jobs in the Portsmouth area increased by 18,800 between 2004 and 2013, or 9.2%.
This was the sixth highest increase in the country.
The report was welcomed by the Leader of Portsmouth City Council, Cllr Donna Jones.
"This report shows that Portsmouth and its surrounding area are doing extraordinarily well, particularly given the tough conditions in recent times," she said. "It's a real tribute to the hard work and drive of local employers and their workers.
"This is a great place to do business and to find success.
"The growth is in part down to the area's push to support high-tech manufacturing and advanced engineering, particularly in the defence industries.
"Growth in these sectors is something the council is working hard to accelerate, along with other public and private sector organisations in the area.
"The new Centre for Maritime Intelligent Systems on Portsdown Hill, and the city's bid for a University Technical College, are both major steps to ensure continued growth."
The report, released today (Mon) defines Portsmouth as an area including Fareham, Gosport and Havant boroughs as well as the city itself.
It says private sector jobs in the area increase by 4,300, or 2.9%, between 2012 and 2013, putting Portsmouth 13th out of 63 other UK locations.
It also says real wages increased by 4.4% between 2013 and 2014, putting Portsmouth in sixth place.
Video. With employment figures out today, the number of unemployed 18 to 25 year olds has fallen. So as teenagers begin to start thinking about their career options, there are some tough decisions to make.
Finding a job, trying to get an apprenticeship or going to university are just some of their options. But what exactly is on offer for young people in the Thames Valley?
Rachel Hepworth went along to find out. She spoke to Alison Robb-Webb from Oxford City Learning, Natalie Murray who is in her second year of an apprenticeship and Holly Chalmers from BMW Recruitment.
A travel company based in Sussex has recruited almost a hundred new staff.
Tropical Sky in East Grinstead is thought to be one of the UK's fastest growing companies of it's kind. They specialise in long-haul flights. They started with just 5 employees. They also take on university placements.
Today they celebrated the opening of their new offices in the town.
There's a jobs boost for Gatwick Airport. Easyjet says it's taking on 200 pilots and cabin crew. The airline has bought slots from rival Flybe. It's targeting business passengers with new services to cities like Strasbourg and Brussels.
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.
Having a tattoo can damage your career prospects for life, according to a new survey. Body art has become increasingly fashionable, with celebrities leading the way.
But many potential employers say they'd think twice about hiring someone with a tattoo. Malcolm Shaw spoke to tattoo artist Phil Kyle and recruitment consultant Liz Reid-Martin.