Kent and Sussex Courier

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Kent and Sussex Courier
Type weekly
Format tabloid
Owner(s) Local World
Language English
Headquarters Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Circulation 48,000

The Kent and Sussex Courier is an English regional newspaper, published in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

The paper was the result of an amalgamation of a number of Kent and East Sussex local newspapers, and hence has always been published in at least two editions, one of which covered the western parts of Kent while the other covered the eastern part of East Sussex.

After its purchase by Northcliffe Newspapers, part of the Daily Mail and General Trust news group, its publishing company was renamed Courier Newspapers. After the 1998 acquisition of Kent & Sussex Radio, and the 2007 acquisition of the Kent regional assets of the Mirror Group, it was renamed the Courier Media Group, part of Northcliffe Media. In 2012, Local World acquired Northcliffe Media from Daily Mail and General Trust.[1]


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