News published May 2023
Officers take action to tackle traffic offences in Medway
More than 400 traffic offences were detected by Kent Police and its partners in one day as part of Global Road Safety Week.
Grab your running shoes - it’s nearly time for the Medway Mile
Thousands of runners, joggers and walkers will take part in one of Medway’s biggest community sporting events later this summer.
Introducing the new Mayor of Medway
The first female Mayor of Nepalese and British Gurkha heritage in the country has been elected in Medway.
Get inky at this year’s Medway Print Festival
Try a wide variety of printmaking styles including linocut, etching and screen printing at this year’s Medway Print Festival.
New Leader of Medway Council announces 100-day plan
Medway Council’s new administration has set out its agenda for the next 100-days, with a key theme of providing the right support directly within communities.
Man ordered to pay hundreds for not having a waste carriers licence
A Gillingham man has been ordered to pay more than £800 for transporting waste without a licence.
Meet Medway’s Monarchs at our fantastic heritage attractions
Visit Medway’s heritage attractions during the May half-term to meet some extra special visitors.
Registration opens for the Medway Test in June
Parents and carers are being reminded that registration for the Medway Test opens next month.
Vaccination ‘best defence’ against measles
Kent and Medway public health leaders are urging parents and carers to make sure children are up to date with their MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccinations.
Six extraordinary Gillingham women inspire residents
Residents have had their stories, essays, poems and prose, inspired by six brilliant women with connections to Gillingham, published in a new book.