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Jamie Long

Jamie Long joined the KM Group as a broadcast journalist in 2020, reading bulletins and reporting for KMFM.

Council tenants told to remove bamboo screens, or face court action

20 May 2022
Council tenants told to remove bamboo screens, or face court action

In today's podcast, Council tenants have been told to remove bamboo screens used to shield gardens, or face court action.

Julia James murder suspect ’threatened to attack again’ as trial adjourned

13 May 2022
Julia James murder suspect ’threatened to attack again’ as trial adjourned

Jurors at the trial of a man accused of murdering Kent PCSO Julia James have been sent home, as the trial was adjourned.

Kent animal sanctuary loses planning permission to stay open

08 April 2022
Kent animal sanctuary loses planning permission to stay open

Owners of Kent animal sanctuary call losing planning permission "massive injustice"

Kent’s traffic nightmare continues

07 April 2022
Kent’s traffic nightmare continues

In today's podcast, it's been another day of severe travel disruption at the Port of Dover and surrounding areas.

Travel disruption continues at Port of Dover

06 April 2022
Travel disruption continues at Port of Dover

Council leader says Dover gets the "brunt" of travel disruption

Child dies after being found near cliffs

05 April 2022
Child dies after being found near cliffs

A child has died after being found near cliffs between Dover and St Margarets Bay

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Protests and anger after P&O job cuts

18 March 2022
Protests and anger after P&O job cuts

On today's podcast, we have the latest reaction to the sudden sacking of hundreds of people at P&O Ferries.

P&O Ferries staff made redundant

17 March 2022
P&O Ferries staff made redundant

On today's podcast, we get the latest on P&O Ferries as hundreds of staff are told they're being made redundant.

Storm Eunice causes chaos in Kent

18 February 2022
Storm Eunice causes chaos in Kent

In today's podcast, we look at the impact of Storm Eunice in Kent, with lorries blown over and public transport cancellations.

Storm Eunice to hit hard as people told to stay home

17 February 2022
Storm Eunice to hit hard as people told to stay home

In today's podcast, we look ahead as Storm Eunice makes its way towards Kent.

‘I put off my smear test and now I’m infertile’

16 February 2022
‘I put off my smear test and now I’m infertile’

A Herne Bay mum is urging women to get their smear test, after cervical cancer left her unable to have any more children.

Shop owner ‘outraged’ after store targeted for fifth time

15 February 2022
Shop owner ‘outraged’ after store targeted for fifth time

In today's podcast, hear from a Kent shop owner who says she’s outraged after her store was targeted for a fifth time.

Thug beat man with clubs and stabbed him in face after golf joke

14 February 2022
Thug beat man with clubs and stabbed him in face after golf joke

A man who fractured his victims ribs in an attack with golf clubs before stabbing him in the face has been convicted.

Sex offender dressed as elf admits kissing children

23 December 2021
Sex offender dressed as elf admits kissing children

In today's podcast, a sex offender dressed as a Christmas elf has admitted kissing children.

Teen crashes Grandad's 4x4 into pub

22 December 2021
Teen crashes Grandad's 4x4 into pub

In today's podcast, a teenager who stole his grandad's Land Rover and crashed into a pub has avoided jail.

New Covid support measures announced for Kent businesses

21 December 2021
New Covid support measures announced for Kent businesses

In today's Podcast we get reaction to the Chancellor's announcement, with new support measures announced for Kent businesses

Shotgun expert jailed for life for murdering son-in-law

20 December 2021
Shotgun expert jailed for life for murdering son-in-law

In today's Podcast, a former police firearms instructor has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering his daughter's partner.

Tap water supplying thousands could be contaminated by E. coli

08 October 2021
Tap water supplying thousands could be contaminated by E. coli

In today's podcast, hear details about the water supply in thousands of Kent homes potentially being contaminated by E. coli

Biker, 21, killed in Ashford crash

27 August 2021
Biker, 21, killed in Ashford crash

A young man has died after his motorbike crashed in Ashford.

Kent authorities urged to help more Afghan refugees

26 August 2021
Kent authorities urged to help more Afghan refugees

A Maidstone councillor, who worked in Afghanistan, says local authorities should accommodate more refugees.

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