Council bosses were asked about failing social services, roadworks chaos, broken promises and accessibility issues at a Q&A session.
A former golf course earmarked for a new park is home to great crested newts and 34 species of birds.
An MP is supporting a bill that would ramp up fines on overrunning roadworks to more than £12,000 a day.
A council is looking to recoup £800,000 by cracking down on those who claim single person discounts, when they no longer live alone.
Members of the public have a chance to quiz the two most powerful men in Medway.
A campaign to stop a developer from building on the outskirts of a bird sanctuary is gaining momentum.
A council is offering lucrative interest-free loans in bid to help businesses grow and take on more workers.
Some 3,000 tons of recyclable waste could not be processed because residents had put the wrong things into the bags - costing taxpayers £57,000.
A converted office block which was to be used exclusively to accommodate homeless families from London could also house local people in need.
A business specialist is making the case for a docks being retained as a working port rather than being converted into homes, retail and leisure.
Popular annual events and key community services are facing cutbacks in support as a council aims to plug a £12m hole in its finances.
They may have no councillors at all but the Lib Dems certainly have high hopes in Medway, as Robert Boddy found out.
A council in financial turmoil has significantly reduced its money worries – but still has a steep hill to climb.
A developer is appealing against the refusal of two housing developments close to an important bird habitat.
Surveys have taken place at a council’s headquarters after RAAC was found in its roof, forcing the closure of the building.
Medway had the second-highest number of sewage overflows and the 13th greatest number of hours of spillages in the whole south east of England.
People are to be encouraged to have their say on how Chatham town centre should look in the future.
A council has spent £13m on temporary workers in just six months, as it struggles to attract and retain full-time staff.
A council’s headquarters has been closed after RAAC was found in its roof.
A play area at a park which has been regularly taken over by travellers is set for a make-over funded by the council.
Residents explain their long wait for an allotment, as the list to get a plot triples in four years in one part of Kent.
A youth council member with eyes on a potential future political career has spoken about how young people really can play an important role.
Plans for a four-day music festival have been re-launched after they fell apart earlier this year.
Residents are being urged to have their say on the future of developments taking place in their town as part of its proposed Local Plan.
A pot of cash to help families struggling to pay bills has barely been touched – and could go back to the government if people don’t apply.
A new policy covering outdoor events and how they are planned and paid for has been approved by a local authority, despite reservations.
A council has marked the NHS's 75th anniversary by giving staff a top honour – the first time a non-military organisation has received the award.
Parts of Medway have been included in a bid to join worldwide landmarks such as the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon.
Jeremy Hunt will receive a letter asking for financial support in next month's Autumn Statement as a council aims to plug its £17 million budget gap.
We have launched our Be Bright Be Seen campaign once again to keep youngsters visible on the roads.
A move to give police more powers to tackle boy racers has won the approval of the whole council.
All taxis will be required to offer card payments after concerns about young women being stranded.
A bid to stop a controversial traffic scheme being introduced has ended in failure.
A mental health trust boss returned before a council committee to give an updated strategy on how his service would improve after major criticism.
A community fundraiser for Christmas lights has increased its goal for the second time after residents donated in droves.
Christmas lights displays will go ahead in five town centres after the council controversial cut funding for them.
A private housing company has confirmed it will be moving 81 families into a block of flats which had been earmarked for asylum seekers.
Several housing schemes will be delivered thanks to a council receiving almost £4 million in government funding.
Christmas lights displays and switch-on events have been cancelled by a cash-strapped council to save £75,000.
A campaigner says local authorities should have created more sites for Kent’s Gypsy, Roma and Traveller population.
Upset residents only found out by accident that new neighbouring homes had been approved.
A polling prediction website says the number of Labour MPs in Kent will rise after the next general election, with tactical voting likely.
An MP has labelled a major shopping centre a relic from a bygone time and has called for it to be knocked down to make room for housing.
Labour candidate Lauren Edwards is aiming to become an MP despite previously being baffled why anybody would want to.
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