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New Chief Executive appointed at Medway Commercial Group
Sean Kearns has been appointed Chief Executive of Medway Commercial Group (MCG).
Residents encouraged to have their say on plans for an innovative business park
We're inviting residents and businesses to have their say on the changes to the development plans for Innovation Park Medway.
Free school meals during half-term in Medway
Medway children eligible for free school meals will continue to receive support during half-term.
Be bright and be seen this winter
Medway Council is encouraging residents to be bright and be seen this winter ahead of the clocks going back this Sunday (25 October).
Medway Council announced as one of the top 100 apprenticeship employers
Medway Council has been named as one of the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers in the country.
Residents encouraged to celebrate Halloween at home this year
James Williams, Medway's Director of Public Health is encouraging residents to celebrate Halloween at home this year.
Ranscombe Farm Reserve recognised as one of the best parks in the country
Eight of Medway’s much-loved parks have been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as among the best in the United Kingdom and around the world.
Leader's message to residents regarding the new three-tier system
Earlier this week the Prime Minister announced a new three-tier coronavirus restriction system, which comes into place today (Wednesday, 14 October).
Volunteering to help save lives - Medway’s unseen heroes
A team of residents with a range of different ethnicities have come together to help provide insight into why ethnic groups are more at risk of testing positive for COVID-19.
Covid-19 Tier Level 1 for Kent and Medway
Medway Council's Director of Public Health, James Williams, and Kent County Council's Director of Public Health, Andrew Scott-Clark, have released a statement regarding the new three-tier system.
NHS Test and Trace payment support scheme
Medway Council is encouraging residents on lower incomes, who have been told to self-isolate, to find out more about the Test and Trace Support Payment.
Update on Chatham Waterfront Travel Information Centre
The Travel Information Centre at Chatham Waterfront Bus Station, which closed in March in line with government coronavirus guidelines, will not be reopening.
Young people are being urged to “Speak Out” if they feel unsafe in a car
Young people are being urged to “Speak Out” if they feel unsafe, as figures reveal 234 car occupants aged 16 to 24, have been killed or seriously injured on Kent’s roads in the past three years.
New campaign launched to support Gillingham residents
Residents living in an area of Gillingham are set to benefit from funding to tackle crime and run environmental projects.