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Move for Courier reporters

Reporters on the Tunbridge Wells Courier are packing up their belongings and moving offices. Chief reporter Mary Harris and reporters Libby Sutcliffe and Emma Willsteed are moving to the main offices of the Kent and Sussex Courier in Longfield Road

Courier editor moves on

The editor of two Kent and Sussex newspapers has left after nine years at the helm. Martin Oxley is leaving his role at the East Grinstead Courier and Kent and Sussex Courier to join his wife in a new business.

"Fantastic" response to Battle of Britain special publications

The editor of the Kent and Sussex Courier has hailed as “fantastic” response to the newspaper’s special Battle of Britain publication. The paper’s offices, in Tubridge Wells, have been inundated with calls from members of the public asking where they

Unusual round-up of suspects

A gallery of security camera video stills is being published on the pages of a weekly newspaper series to help bring suspects to book. The Kent and Sussex Courier and Sevenoaks Chronicle are working together with the district councils and

Courier angle on disaster

The Concorde air disaster touched the lives of Kent and Sussex Courier readers – when they were presented with a four-page in-depth special. The reason? It was to feature the remarkable escape of local woman Alice Brooking, who cheated death

Reporter taken for a ride

Reporter James Drury thought it might be fun giving a mobility scooter a test run. He got behind the handlebars to see how disabled people fare when they go shopping around Tunbridge Wells. His task was to join “riders” en

Time running out for project

A campaign to save a children’s project is pulling out all the stops to raise £60,000 in just eight weeks. St George’s Community and Children’s Project in Tunbridge Wells has taken on a £150,000 mortgage and sold its garden in

Courier partners AXA to support local charities

The Kent and Sussex Courier has teamed up with AXA Healthcare to launch an ambitious new campaign, which will award cash prizes of up to £10,000 to community projects. Hundreds of local charities and organisations are signing up and applying

Medal for former Courier sub

A former sub-editor of the Kent and Sussex Courier has been honoured. Mike Granatt, (51), was made a Companion of the Order of the Bath for his work in the Government Information and Communication Service. Mike joined the Courier as