Tonbridge News

Thursday, February 16, 2017

The England right-back lives in Tunbridge Wells and previously managed Tonbridge Angels

Kent Police logged 277 offences between July and September last year - the highest quarterly figure since comparable records began in April 2012

The messages have appeared on information boards at a number of train stations

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council have sold the building to make way for a new state-of-the-art medical centre

Matthew Bryan and Lee Heane are believed to have been involved in up to 70 high-value burglaries across the country

Union members have taken almost 30 days of strike action since the dispute flared almost a year ago

A report by MPs on the education select committee says pupils should not be admitted to new selective schools simply on the basis of passing a test

Motorists are being warned of icy condition

The River Lawn Road site is currently occupied by the Teen and Twenty Club, which leases the building to run a youth club and youth centre

A Level 3 cold alert is in place until Monday and snow is forecast between 6pm Friday and 10am Saturday

Some £108m needs to be slashed from the local authority’s spending

The home secretary was responding to a call from Faversham MP Helen Whately for other councils to take responsibility

Everything you need to know about our rising costs

Southeastern passengers faced lengthy delays at the end of January

An average household bill for 2017/18 has been set at £157.15, representing an increase of 3.3 per cent

The controversial move is claimed to be “the longest ban in NHS history”

The transport secretary was pressed by Tonbridge and Malling MP Tom Tugendhat as he launched a consultation into plans for a new runway at Heathrow

The waste electrical goods service collects and recycles an average of 15 tonnes of electrical goods per month

A consultation on health service options for Edenbridge launches today

Police have issued a video of the incident where a number of parked vehicles were damaged in December

It is advised by rail bosses to check your service before you travel over the coming days

Thousands of passengers in Kent and beyond have suffered from reduced service and strikes in recent months

The firms are being urged to bid for the cash by economic chiefs at SELEP

Theresa May promised Kent MPs last year in the House of Commons that there would be more facilities in the county

A proposed CPO to seize land around the Lions’ home ground, the Den, has been scrapped

The business secretary and Tunbridge Wells MP was quizzed on the plans from Kent universities by fellow county MP Helen Whately

Sean Medhurst, 49, of Church Street, was sentenced on Monday

The Department for Education says it is going to “end the historic post code lottery in school funding”

Matthew Scott is inviting bids from charities, local authorities and even staff within the force from March 1

The former Ukip candidate for Folkestone and Hythe has also offered to “facilitate an introduction” between Mme Le Pen and the UK

SELEP has backed the announcement of an Industrial Strategy Green Paper this week

Education chiefs at KCC say an increase in babies being born and families moving to the county has sparked the rise in demand

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