Southeastern pays out record £3.5m in Delay Repay compensation

SOUTHEASTERN paid a record £3.5million to commuters last year who made a claim for late running trains under the Delay Repay scheme, according to new data.

Food & Drink Tunbridge Wells' pint pulling power shown as hundreds enjoy Beer Weekend

Tunbridge Wells' pint pulling power shown as hundreds enjoy Beer Weekend

TUNBRIDGE Wells’ reputation for producing quality beer was enhanced further with the latest event in the town’s Food Month.

Tunbridge Wells News High Brooms play area closed off after shocking discovery

High Brooms play area closed off after shocking discovery

A PLAYGROUND in High Brooms has been sealed off after visitors reported feeling electric shocks on swings and a climbing frame.

Tunbridge Wells News Pembury loses out in campaign for new stroke unit

Pembury loses out in campaign for new stroke unit

HEALTH chiefs are set to decide against the idea of opening a Hyper Acute Stroke Unit at Tunbridge Wells Hospital.

Business Thomson Snell & Passmore announce first female CEO

Thomson Snell & Passmore announce first female CEO

LAW firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has announced Sarah Henwood as their first female Chief Executive in the company’s 448 year history.

Sport Snooker: Dylan dazzles in first tournament after coaching from the experts

Snooker: Dylan dazzles in first tournament after coaching from the experts

TUNBRIDGE WELLS snooker prodigy Dylan Smith has begun a gruelling tour of junior tournaments – and was runner-up at the first attempt.

Tonbridge News Tonbridge shops snub Rotary window-dressing for Christmas Festival

Tonbridge shops snub Rotary window-dressing for Christmas Festival

THE Tonbridge Rotary Club, which organises the town's Christmas Festival, had an ‘extremely disappointing’ reaction to its latest venture, a window-dressing competition.

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