Inside the Medway Messenger
Start the week with the Monday Medway Messenger – with all the latest news and all the sporting action from the weekend.
In news, more than 1,000 items have gone missing from Medway libraries in the last year – find out what is going missing and where, and we take a look ahead at the Royal Engineers Museum’s plans to mark the First World War centenary.
Our latest Pride in Medway nominee is football coach Toks Adefuye – find out why he has been put forward.
Children have been getting creative at Medway libraries and we’ve got a page of pictures from Lordswood library’s monster mania workshop.
We’ve also got a special report of the Sheppey bridge pile-up, plus news from across the county.
If you are looking for something to do – don’t miss Rebecca Hughes’ Going Out guide. She has spoken to X Factor favourites Jedward who are appearing at Chatham’s Central Theatre, plus local art, music and cinema.
Or if you prefer a quiet night in front of the telly – don’t miss this week’s top picks in Box Clever.
You can take a break this morning with our coffee break quiz page – or check out our four-page Take 5 fashion and travel pull out.
In sport - read Martin Allen's angry reaction after Gills' defeat at Crawley on Saturday. There is five pages of Gills news, plus local football, and cricket.
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