Timeslocalnews.co.uk was launched more than five years ago, and in that time has been the most trusted source for all news in Tunbridge Wells and the surrounding areas of West Kent and Wealden.
With tens of thousands of users each week, the website is known for being the first to bring the news to the people in the local area.
It was timeslocalnews.co.uk that broke the news over Christmas that the Cinema Site in Tunbridge Wells had changed hands yet again.
It was also timeslocalnews.co.uk that accurately broke the news that Tunbridge Wells Borough Council had fallen to No Overall Control following the local election results in May – despite the BBC and other news outlets misreporting the results.
The website has now been revamped and rebranded to better reflect the digital strategy of the newspaper.
Times editor Richard Williams said: “The website timeslocalnews has always complemented our weekly newspaper perfectly by providing our journalists with a platform to bring the people of Tunbridge Wells breaking news as and when it happens, seven days a week. This refresh will ensure it continues to provide an important function in the digital space for years to come.”
The website, which has been refreshed using local Crowborough web developers Studio 44 and is available on both PC and mobile devices at timeslocalnews.co.uk