HMS Medway is coming home!
Medway is set to hold a historic event which will see the newest patrol vessel in a Royal Navy fleet commissioned in the area it takes its name from.
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Medway to host international wheelchair rugby league winner-takes-all clash
A host of international players are returning to Medway Park for the climax of the domestic wheelchair rugby league season.
Residents encouraged to apply for funding to help reduce mental health stigma in Medway
Medway Council is encouraging residents to apply for funding to organise events which aim to reduce the stigma around mental health.
Medway Council receives RSCPA award for the sixth year running
Medway Council’s outstanding work with stray dogs has been recognised by the RSPCA for the sixth year in a row.
Plans for additional special educational needs school places in Medway
Council land has been earmarked for a new school building and could be used to increase the number of specialist school places in Medway.
Work to transform disused supermarket due to begin this week
Work is due to begin this week to transform a former supermarket into new office accommodation.
Celebrating local communities
Residents are invited to celebrate their local communities at two free family fun days in Strood and Hoo.
Keeping safe on Medway’s roads
Medway Council has issued some top road safety tips as children across Medway prepare to go back to school.
Council pledges urgent improvements following Ofsted rating
Medway Council has committed to make urgent improvements to its Children’s Services following an inadequate Ofsted rating.
Top tips on staying cool this summer
As temperatures soar in Medway and the surrounding areas, residents are being encouraged to stay safe in the sun and to look after vulnerable friends and relatives.
Kent and Medway’s Energy and Low Emissions Strategy
Have your say on an ambitious strategy to make Kent and Medway carbon neutral.
Have your say on the Kent Nature Partnership Biodiversity Strategy
There’s still time left to have your say on a strategy for the restoration and creation of habitats in Kent that are thriving with wildlife and plants.
Chatham woman ordered to carry out unpaid work after admitting council tax fraud
A woman from Chatham has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work after admitting council tax fraud.
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