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Shut-down law firm ordered to pay £500k damages

29 May 2020
Shut-down law firm ordered to pay £500k damages

A controversial legal firm which was closed down by regulators has been ordered to fork out thousands to dozens of former employees at tribunals.

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We can still celebrate

29 May 2020
We can still celebrate

Things are different now, but we should still take time to celebrate what's good.

Time to reflect

22 May 2020
Time to reflect

Lockdown has given us all a chance to explore ways we can understand the world we're in.

Need a hug?

14 May 2020
Need a hug?

We are all discovering how much we miss a hug.

Peace be with you

07 May 2020
Peace be with you

Tomorrow, more than ever, we'll be remembering the value of peace.

Have patience in these difficult times

01 May 2020
Have patience in these difficult times

Here's the latest in our regular columns for the Medway Messenger, by Churches Together in Medway.

In times like these...

23 April 2020
In times like these...

In our weekly column from Churches Together In Medway, it's time to reflect on these unusual times.

Kindness is spreading

10 April 2020
Kindness is spreading

We've always helped each other, but a growing number of people are stepping in to help those in need.

Latest results from magistrates' court

28 February 2020
Latest results from magistrates' court

Drink drivers and a man who assaulted a police officer are among the latest people to be dealt with by the courts.

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Never leave things to chance

22 January 2020
Never leave things to chance

Read how Colin was saved from holiday hell during a recent visit to Cyprus.

The right kind of specialist care

16 January 2020
The right kind of specialist care

Do you or a loved one know someone who is suffering from dementia? Visit the Sherwood House Open Day to see how they can help.

Helping to change the life of a child

10 December 2019
Helping to change the life of a child

Sponsored editorial: Are you seeking something really rewarding in 2020 and also looking to help others? Then fostering could be for you.

Day trips and short breaks this Christmas

16 October 2019
Day trips and short breaks this Christmas

Sponsored editorial: Check out these great offerings for short stays and excursions across the UK!

Author faced off lawyers and dined with the stars

13 October 2019
Author faced off lawyers and dined with the stars

The final part of the rags to riches tale of author Lena Kennedy, sees her battle cancer, New York lawyers and dining on the QE2.

Ship's arrival brings back memories

06 October 2019
Ship's arrival brings back memories

As HMS Medway was commissioned in Chatham last month, it sparked many memories for some including a woman whose father served on the last one.

A rags to riches story...

29 September 2019
A rags to riches story...

Our weekly look back in time in Medway Memories features the rags to riches tale of author Lena Kennedy and her husband Fred.

Solar panel row leads to landmark court win

11 July 2019
Solar panel row leads to landmark court win

A judge has ruled in favour of a solar panel owner in a landmark planning case, saying they make a 'small contribution' to the climate change fight.

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Grab a bank holiday boot fair bargain

24 May 2019
Grab a bank holiday boot fair bargain

Bag a bargain or to make some extra cash with a boot fair organiser who has been in the game since the 90s.

My Mum out this week

26 March 2019
My Mum out this week

Our much-loved My Mum supplement is back in time for Mother's Day.

Body found in flat

14 February 2019
Body found in flat

Police are investigating after a body was found in a flat this morning.

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