Tunbridge Wells News

Thursday, November 16, 2017

The majority of the homes were delivered in Dartford and Maidstone

KCC faces a drastic shortage in Year 7 places in the town over the next few years

Water levels have lowered significantly in recent days

You can hand in illegally held weapons without risk of prosecution at a host of police stations around county

County Hall has defended the decision, insisting it is legal, ethical and generates a good return

The Moon will appear larger and brighter - and is best viewed as it rises at sun down

KCC is launching an awareness campaign throughout November

The council said money it receives for so-called care leavers is “wholly insufficient”

Many areas across the county have a history of spooky sighting

Farmers are making the most of the staggeringly short season

Chiron Hutchinson also had sex with a 14-year-old girl

KCC grits over 2,500 miles of the county’s roads

The Ministry of Justice announced a £3m investment to improve safety in jails earlier this week

He placed adverts in local media for private tuition - they abused the children in his care

Former ABC cinema, pulled down three years ago, will become a mix of shops, homes, restaurants and, yes, another cinema

If planning permission is granted, council chiefs hope construction could begin in September 2019, and be completed by April 2022

The Unite union claims working conditions have deteriorated since DHL Tradeteam took over the contract for the delivery of Carlsberg’s products earlier this month

Met Police’s deputy commissioner has paid tribute to the former Bromley cop

KCC also had to shell out some £184,178 in compensation over the last year

Kent’s first machine will be installed in a shop selling e-cigarettes

Jess Wilkes was described by her family as a “larger than life” character

Strong winds could impact driving conditions

More than 200 attended a glitzy ceremony at Ashford International Hotel on Monday

Last month, the service parodying the Stephen King thriller, IT

Disruption is expected until lunchtime today

Plans to develop a new free school in the town have stalled, sparking a shortage of places

Police raided a number of properties on Thursday morning

Over 500 vacancies for governors currently across the county, organisation claims

A consultation into the proposals launches today

Parents and children will start receiving the results of the test on Thursday, October 12

He led them to overwhelming success in this year’s local elections

Officers will follow a training plan over the coming weeks and months

As pressure grows, bookmakers have revealed who they think will become next Tory leader

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