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Dimond takes charge of biggest-selling weekly

Nine of Kent Messenger Group’s weeklies will now come under the responsibility of Bob Dimond, who has been appointed senior editor (north and west Kent). His responsibility has expanded from the Medway Messenger and Medway Extra to embrace the six

Messenger in a league of its own

The Medway Messenger has renewed its sponsorship of the Medway Sunday Football League – signing a second three-year deal. The new agreement was signed at a reception at Gillingham’s Sturdee Club. Editor Bob Dimond said: “We are delighted to renew

Bi-weekly is born as evening paper closes

An evening newspaper in Kent is to close, and be turned into a bi-weekly publication, following the runaway success of a similar project 18 months ago. Medway Today, the Kent Messenger Group’s evening daily which appears Monday to Thursday, is

Turned-on for the World Cup?

Reporters at Medway Today and Medway Messenger were pleased to know that their boss has made provisions for the World Cup. Editor Bob Dimond said: “As a huge football fan myself there’s nothing I want more than to watch the

New publication for KMG as it combines its resources

The Kent Messenger Group is to combine the strength of two of its established papers to create a new publication, the Medway Messenger. The first issue will be published on September 7, and will have a morning and afternoon edition.

Drink drivers named, shamed – and pictured

A name and shame campaign is running in Medway Today and Medway Messenger this month in a joint bid with local police to crack down on drunk drivers. Last year more than 70 local drivers were convicted of festive season