Medway Messenger Friday Edition - 14 Oct 2021

Table of content - Medway Messenger Friday Edition (14 Oct 2021)

Healthy investment to boost city centre
■ PROTESTS OVER DIVISIVE HOMES PROPOSALS
Dickens plan Bowling alley and eateries to go ahead
Midfielder Kyle confident dry spell will end
Store wars
Moggie woe
Jury retires to consider GBH verdict
Neglected moggie has to have left eye removed
Coke dealer was caught in the act
Former Debenhams store site part of £9.5m revamp plans
Major police response to ‘stabbing’
Officer appeal after man is robbed of cash and card
Council leader goes on the attack
Calls to make dock a community asset
Examples of developments
Protesters target meeting over Local Plan concerns
Council to decide on golf club plan
New Hobbycraft store opens
Brownies in balloon race fundraiser
‘Levelling up’ agenda vital to government
Major blow as Towns fail to make culture contest ‘longlist’
Homes battle will go on despite vote
Long-running battle against key rivals Supermarket firm in fourth bid to build town store
Flats plan gets turned down
After 18 months away, muchloved therapy dogs are back
Cathedral plan to remember loved ones
Eatery and shop move to centre
Primary school wins award
Bowling alley and eateries get set for Dickens World
‘A great sense of wanting to make life better...’
Man taken to hospital after house assault
Festive fun for all the family
Just two branches remain in town centre Uncertain future as bank leaves after 102 years
Women rescued in ‘brothel’ raid
Family offers £1k reward after cars attacked in drive
Really no simple answer to driver shortage issue
Miscarriages of justice question
Protests handy for ‘eco’ lobby
START A DEBATE
Leave docks businesses to their jobs
Can we be freed 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
A DIFFERENT CLASS
OVERALL KENT AWARD WINNERS
MEDWAY WINNERS
Calls for urgent assistance as farming faces staffing crisis
Woman is hurt in accident
Injured biker taken to A&E
Are ipads in classrooms affecting children’s handwriting?
MISSING OUT
Are ipads in classrooms affecting children’s handwriting?
Coastguard and lifeboat called out
‘I can’t understand why police won’t quiz driver’
Road blocked after two-car estate crash
Freezing future for empty bank
Umbrellas hung in church to mark awareness week
Talking about Mick, music and myself...
Leader’s tough talk after a week to forget
‘WE’RE ALL NIMBYS TO SOME EXTENT’
CHATHAM DOCKS DEVELOPMENT
Hoo is right place for bulk of homes
Leader’s tough talk after a week to forget
‘WE NEED TO REBUILD CONSENSUS’
Sit back and enjoy the good life
ABI Trieste £41,995
Carlton Cresent £275,000
Diana Road £310,000
A change for the better?
Kent County Council, acting in exercise of its powers under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, makes or intends to make the following Orders.
Kent County Council, acting in exercise of its powers under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, makes or intends to make the following Orders.
It’s showtime for Johnny
Training spot for Shaunagh
Hockey
Siena’s talent catches the selectors’ notice
Reuben seals Worlds spot
Hard work starts now for Stevo
Golden return for Combat duo
No panic from Gills boss
Evans bemoans poor defending in away defeat
Friend-ly ref
Working hard
Tough love for Lords
Five-star Wigmore progress in county cup
Late strike sends Cuxton top
Goals still the aim for midfielder Kyle

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