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Sisters speak of abuse suffered at hands of grandad

25 October 2021
Sisters speak of abuse suffered at hands of grandad

In today's podcast, hear from two sisters who've made the brave decision to speak about the abuse they suffered at the hands of their grandad.

Night porter's wrecking spree at hotel

22 October 2021
Night porter's wrecking spree at hotel

In today's podcast, a night porter has admitted going on a wrecking spree at a hotel in Maidstone - hear from our reporter who was in court.

'In general practice I have never known it so busy'

21 October 2021
'In general practice I have never known it so busy'

In today's podcast, hear from a Kent GP who says calls for appointments are extremely high as concerns grown over Covid this winter.

Financial fears for caravan owners

20 October 2021
Financial fears for caravan owners

In today's podcast, hear why the owners of some caravans on Sheppey fear they could end up homeless after being told to pay thousands.

Tyson Fury pays tribute to crash victims

19 October 2021
Tyson Fury pays tribute to crash victims

In today's podcast, hear Tyson Fury's tribute to four men killed in a crash as they travelled to watch his fight against Deontay Wilder on TV.

'We need to stay strong and remember we're here to serve the people of our community'

18 October 2021
'We need to stay strong and remember we're here to serve the people of our community'

In today's podcast, as tributes are paid to Sir David Amess who was killed in his constituency on Friday we discuss the issue of our MP's security.

Man who left firefighter in coma faces jail

15 October 2021
Man who left firefighter in coma faces jail

In today's podcast, hear from our reporter in court as a man is told he faces jail for an attack which has left a firefighter in a coma.

GP surgeries to be rated in league tables

14 October 2021
GP surgeries to be rated in league tables

In the podcast, a GP reveals the pressure they're under as the government announces plans to increase face-to-face appointments after the pandemic.

Furious drivers drag protesters from M25

13 October 2021
Furious drivers drag protesters from M25

In today's podcast, angry motorists have dragged Insulate Britain protesters from a busy section of the M25 near the Dartford Crossing.

Mum, 35, loses breast cancer battle just months after being diagnosed

12 October 2021
Mum, 35, loses breast cancer battle just months after being diagnosed

In the podcast, the family of a mum who's died just months after being diagnosed with breast cancer will continue fundraising to support her children.

Tributes paid as four men die in crash

11 October 2021
Tributes paid as four men die in crash

In today's podcast, hear from our reporter at the scene of a crash in Headcorn which claimed the lives of four men over the weekend.

Man in hospital after stabbing

07 October 2021
Man in hospital after stabbing

In today's podcast, hear from our reporter at the scene of a stabbing in Chatham as a man is taken to a hospital in London.

Racist football fan walks free from court

06 October 2021
Racist football fan walks free from court

In today's podcast, a Folkestone man who posted a racist rant on Facebook after the Euro 2020 final speaks after walking free from court.

'Her murderer - whose name I will not repeat - is a monster'

05 October 2021
'Her murderer - whose name I will not repeat - is a monster'

Hear the Home Secretary as an independent inquiry is launched into "systematic failures" within policing following Sarah Everard's murder.

Woman begs activists to move so she can see her mum in hospital

04 October 2021
Woman begs activists to move so she can see her mum in hospital

In today's podcast, hear the moment a woman begged Insulate Britain protesters to move so she could get to hospital to see her 81-year-old mum.

Pedestrian dies after being hit by car on A2

03 October 2021
Pedestrian dies after being hit by car on A2

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man in his 20s died when he was hit by a car on the A2 near Canterbury.

Cannabis factory discovered

03 October 2021
Cannabis factory discovered

More than 400 cannabis plants have been found being grown in a business premises.

Leisure centre damaged after strong winds batter county

03 October 2021
Leisure centre damaged after strong winds batter county

A leisure centre is closed after being damaged in strong winds and heavy rain.

'They are putting lives in danger and damaging their own cause'

03 October 2021
'They are putting lives in danger and damaging their own cause'

The government has taken out another injunction targeting climate protesters who block main roads.

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Nursery closed following child's death

01 October 2021
Nursery closed following child's death

In today's podcast, our reporter has the details on what we know so far about an investigation by Ofsted at a nursery in Ashford after a child died.

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