Most of the articles in the Medway Index of Local Newspapers and Magazines (MILN) cover the period from the 1960s to the present day.
Important events, people, places and buildings have been indexed from earlier newspapers, the earliest being 1830.
The newspapers are mostly held on microfilm. They can be viewed at the archive centre and in some cases also at Gillingham library.
Browse records within Medway Index of Local Newspapers (MILN)
- "Don't worry, I stabbed him."
- "I felt violated, I knew it was wrong."
- '11,000 want a farm, how can one person say no?'
- 'A credit to the town.'
- 'A cultural centre of national importance.'
- 'A jolly good crowd of people'
- 'A new era for docklands' as development given go-ahead
- 'A pity there are no ducking stools left'
- 'A public menace.'
- 'A satisfactory refit in quickest possible time'.
- 'A stitch in time' killed lover
- 'A true 100% professional who will be sadly missed'
- 'Airport would destroy 9 village communities.'
- 'All this water on our doorstep and nowhere to sail!'
- 'Allan was dedicated to helping reshape Medway.'
- 'Allo to business
- 'Always remember the mates I lost.'
- 'Am I dead?' asked the presence. 'Absolutely...!'
- 'An MBE' You're winding me up'
- 'Angst' over targets in Medway Plan