Gravesend Messenger - 14 Oct 2021

Table of content - Gravesend Messenger (14 Oct 2021)

Tough choice Headache for Fleet boss
Pride and joy
Behind bars Jail for pub attacker who fled country
Appeal after arson attack kills pony
Hundreds of tributes for Nicola
How to spend a few nights at luxury 18th century building
Builder died in quarry accident
College launches lessons in how to be the next Ronaldo
More sailings to capital
Loss of parking for new cycle lanes ‘will lead to mayhem’
Careers have been kickstarted
Teen ‘caught with knife’
Beer festival
Sexual assault allegations made against police
Man who mowed down punters and fled to Tenerife is jailed
Cyclist killed in bin lorry crash
Charges over cocaine ring
Devastated gran’s tears for ‘pride and joy’ Daniel
Almost 40 animals rescued in operation RSPCA and police swoop on farm
Call for more farming help
Netting some cash for charity
Schoolgirl’s tips to help fight climate change
Driver three times limit
Costly trip for shoplifter
Brother and sister publish first children’s book together
Spooky show
It’s complex
Panto time!
County’s mounted police officer joins rural crime team
Racist stickers and hidden razors
‘We will be able to help hundreds more families’
New group is music to the ears
Lions’ bid to bring training den to Kent
Suicide rates rise as council pledge to remain vigilant
More new stores at Bluewater
Pizza chain fires up new store
School visits to tackle knife crime
Really no simple answer to driver shortage issue
Miscarriages of justice question
Protests handy for ‘eco’ lobby
Leave docks businesses to their jobs
Canwebefreed from those with ‘strong beliefs’?
Enjoying the many benefits of Brexit Britain
No time to lie over Bond in Kent story
Key workers deserve greater rewards
Blame poor management for NHS failings
Cause for hope amid climate change doom
Scooters are lethal in the wrong hands
Corrections & clarifications
Why Boris Johnson is new Reagan
Talking about Mick, music and myself...
Sit back and enjoy the good life
Cooking up spaces for kitchens
The Kent Messenger is seeking new talent to join its Maidstone office.
Citroen’s electric city car gets green light
Putting the high into hybrid
Danny’s the odd one out for Darts
Cup progress will tick box for manager King
Kutrieb faces tough choice
Gravesham Schools
Valley suffer heavy defeat
Lidsey in a class of his own
Siena’s talent catches the selectors’ notice
Deflection beats ladies

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