Published: 13:49, 10 January 2013 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
The latest edition of the Medway Messenger is in the shops now with all the latest news, sport and plenty more.
It's a big day for the Gills tomorrow as they take on Port Vale in the top of the table clash against Port Vale. We have a full preview in our action-packed sports pages.
Finances are tight for many people at the moment but one lucky reader could win £500 to help pay their winter fuel bills and we also have a great competition to win a Kindle Fire.
Free leisure guide What's On brings you the top 10 attractions for 2013, including historic Rochester Cathedral, some great prizes in Fun Club plus seven days of TV if you're planning a cosy night in.
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There are some heartwarming stories on our news pages. Tiny triplets help launch our charity of the year appeal for 2013 and parents tell of their huge relief as their little daughter continues her recovery from a potentially fatal brain disease.
We have the full story on a big move for Rochester railway station, a look ahead to the major movie that could mean a tourism boost for Chatham's Historic Dockyard and we find out how a new Gills star copes with epilepsy.
Peter Cook brings you two pages of Medway Memories and there's a very personal tribute from Alan Watkins in this week's Codgers Club.
All this and lots more in the Medway Messenger - in the shops now.
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