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The latest edition of the Medway Messenger is in the shops now with all the latest news, pictures and sport.

It is what all parents in the Towns have been waiting for - full details of how you can enter our Kids Galore 2011 competition.

We have pictures from a celebration of our unsung heroes at the Pride in Medway 10th anniversary certificate evening.

In news, we reveal more than £160,000 was spent on entertaining inmates at HMP Rochester and Cookham Wood young offenders' institute in two years. The taxpayers' cash went on luxuries such as video games, DVD players and board games.

Gillingham man Ruben White is starting a three-and-a-half year prison sentences for killing a man with a single punch and a daughter pays tribute to her 90-year-old mum after a coroner ruled her death was a tragic accident.

Jenni Horn brings you Going Out, two pages of all the latest news on the local entertainment scene including how the United Players is celebrating its 30th birthday with another family pantomime.

The week's TV highlights are in Box Clever, including how Dermott O'Leary is due to host the National TV Awards on Wednesday.

There are quizzes, crossword and Sudoku on our Coffee Break page and columnists Nikki White and kmfm DJ Andy Walker are both in action.

Sport tells how Luke Rooney is happy to be playing the part of supersub for the Gills after scoring an 87th-minute equaliser on Saturday.

All this and lots more in the latest edition of the Medway Messenger - pop out and pick up your copy today.

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