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  • Kings Hill mother of convicted £8m tax fraudster pleads guilty to housing benefit fraud

    By kentsussex at 10:14 on 11/01/13
    On Monday 17 December 2012, Klara Dvorkovits, aged 62, of Hollandbury Park, Kings Hill, pleaded guilty at Sevenoaks Magistrates’ Court to benefit fraud.
    On Monday 17 December 2012, Klara Dvorkovits, aged 62, of Hollandbury Park, Kings Hill, pleaded guilty at Sevenoaks Magistrates' Court to benefit fraud. Ms Dvorkovits claimed Housing and Council Tax benefits but failed to tell Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council that she was related to her landlord, who was in fact her daughter, resulting in an overpayment of £8,965.04 housing benefit. In October 2010, Ms Dvorkovit's...
  • It's Food Safety week for Tonbridge People!

    By mikevoice at 20:39 on 12/06/12
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    It's food safety week all week. Check out the details from Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council: Food Safety Week will take place from 11 to 17 June and the theme for 2012 is 'food safety on a budget'. This annual event, held to promote the importance of good food hygiene in the home, will focus on how people can ensure that they keep their food safe when trying to save money. The Food Standards Agency's advice on leftovers says:...
  • Tonbridge and Malling Liberal Democrats

    By htcitech at 20:50 on 10/03/12
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    Want to know what the Tonbridge and Malling Liberal Democrats are up too why not like their Facebook page?
  • Could you be a foster carer? 2012 could be the year you make a difference.

    By 28Maz28 at 17:48 on 03/01/12
    Calling potential foster carers in Tonbridge - could YOU foster in 2012? Find out more.
    KCC is actively seeking foster carers from Tonbridge and across Kent. Could YOU be a foster carer? If so, 2012 could be YOUR year. The Fostering Network charity estimates that 8,750 new foster families need to be found across the United Kingdom during the next 12 months. Between April 2011 and March 2012, KCC set a target to recruit 120 new foster carers and is on course to achieve this. KCC's Fostering Service offers a range of...
  • Go Green this yuletide! Let the council take away your Christmas tree.

    By mikevoice at 20:47 on 23/12/11
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    Tonbridge residents are being urged to go green and recycle as much as possible this Christmas. Once the festive season is over, residents in Tonbridge and Malling can compost their real Christmas trees by placing them in or next to their green-lidded bin.  Christmas trees placed in the green-lidded bin should have all decorations removed and should be broken down to ensure that no branches are thicker than three inches or more...

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