Screen Archive South East, with money from the Heritage Lottery Fund, is leading an exciting new community history project looking at the River Medway in the twentieth century.
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Major investment in Kent will be handled at a more local level following the Government’s announcement to abolish one of the UK’s largest unelected decision-makers.
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A once decaying maintenance building used to build and repair Royal Navy ships will reopen as the £13 million centrepiece of Chatham Historic Dockyard next month after receiving its first fleet of models and historic artefacts.
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A row over city status for Medway is set to hit the High Street this weekend.
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Visit Kent has unveiled it is to target London commuters in its next advertising campaign.
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The South East England Development Agency is braced for deep funding cuts after the Government's review of public spending.
(Sourced from Kent Business.)
Medway joined the likes of Berlin and Budapest this month, staging a round of the Modern Pentathlon World Cup earlier this month.
Interest in Kent and Medway as business locations has held up reasonably well despite the recession.
Work has resumed on two stalled residential developments at Chatham Maritime.
Medway Council is celebrating the completion of a ground-breaking recruitment programme which has culminated in five new jobs for the region.
(Sourced from eGov Monitor.)