More than a thousand new words have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary. Some examples are 'hangry' - which means a state of being bad-tempered as a result of hunger, 'lactivism' - which is to strongly advocate breastfeeding over bottle-feeding, and 'hazzle' - which means to dry in open air. We asked shoppers in Chatham how many they could define.
Medway Council have removed anti-Semitic grafitti that was sprayed onto a children's play area in Rochester. The Nazi swastika and the racist remarks caused outrage among the Jewish community, and the attacks had come just after Holocaust Memorial Day on Saturday. Dalia Halpern Matthews from the Chatham Memorial Synagogue joined us to talk about it.
Surrey Police have launched Operation Prometheus to track down and bring a notorious burglar into custody. The wanted man has been labelled the 'Night Watcher', and has carried out armed raids on homes in Sevenoaks, Maidstone and across Kent and the rest of the South East.
A nuclear bunker capable of withstanding a weapon of mass destruction has gone on sale in Folkestone. The 1970s site in Hawkinge is one of the last of its kind in Kent and could be yours for 35 thousand pounds.
A campaign to rid Faversham of single use plastic for one week has been started. It's estimated that by 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish, so a group of volunteers are encouraging businesses to get involved and ditch the waste.
Joining Keilan this week - first team player for Holcombe HC Steph Elliott and Holcombe men's first teamers Glenn Eyers and Matt Rees-Gibb, as we gear up for the second half of the season. We've also got your best of the back pages, Team Talk teaser and top corner.