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Bosworth takes silver

Tom Bosworth put his World Championship pain to bed by winning silver at the Commonwealth Games race-walking.

Arrest made after van broken into

Police have arrested a suspect after a man was reportedly spotted tampering with a van in the early hours of this morning.

Angels name new chairman

Steve McKimm has welcomed the appointment the new Tonbridge chairman.

Student dies after taking MDMA at house party

A JustGiving page has raised more than £2,000 in honour of a 20-year-old who died at a house party after taking MDMA.


Cash stolen from gift shop till

Police have released CCTV images after £100 was stolen from a gift shop till.

Another test for Angels

It doesn't get any easier for Tonbridge Angels after a run of four games in eight days.

Men charged over 'suspicious behaviour'

Two men in their 20s have been charged with going equipped for theft.

Thug's 'cowardly' attack leaves victim brain damaged

A young man with a promising future can now 'scarcely count to 10' after being knocked unconscious in a town centre.


Dealer busted after hiding drugs in wall

Police seized dozens of bags of herbal cannabis that was stashed in a hole in a living room wall.

Bishop of Tonbridge named

Simon Burton-Jones succeeds Rt Rev Brian Castle, who retired in 2015.

McKimm vow after signing deal

Steve McKimm will do everything he can to win over Tonbridge fans after signing a new contract.

Crash blocks road for hours

A road was closed for hours after a car crash which left a telegraph poll split in half, and fuel and debris in the road.


Signal problems spark train disruption

Passengers faced delays as signalling problems forced trains to be diverted off the main line.

Join the Angels boss for a day

One lucky Tonbridge fan will spend the final day of the season alongside boss Steve McKimm.

Tributes pour in after Sapphie the station cat dies

A station cat who endeared herself to thousands of train passengers has died from cancer.


Vandals bend and stamp on car park barrier

Police are hunting vandals after a car park barrier was repeatedly targeted before being bent back and stamped on.

How Ricay viral hit helped Angels

Manager Steve McKimm thinks Billericay did his Tonbridge side a favour after their 8-3 League Cup final humiliation last season.

Oil pan fire spreads across kitchen

Firefighters are warning residents to take care when cooking after a fire broke out this morning.


Coffee machine theft leads to suspected drug ring discovery

Police officers have found a possible drug ring while investigating a department store coffee machine theft.

Stolen coffee machine leads to 'drugs base'

Police investigating the theft of a coffee machine have discovered a suspected drugs base.

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