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The rules on booking coronavirus booster jabs have changed in a bid to speed up the rollout as cases continue to rise.

NHS England's updating its website so anyone who had their second dose six months ago can book, even without an invitation.

Hear from Kent GP Dr Julian Spinks on the pressures they're currently under.

Also in today's podcast, Kent Test results are out today.

The results will determine which children can apply for a place at a grammar school in the county for next September.

Education expert and former headteacher Peter Read gives us his thoughts on the results and the system.

A little boy from Kings Hill who was abused by his birth parents features in a new book to mark National Adoption Week.

Tony Hudgell's inspirational story is told in Bravely Being Me which has been put together by charity Aoption UK.

His mum Paula has spoken about their adoption journey and the difference he's made to their lives.

And, Maidstone has got its own version of Monopoly.

Leeds Castle takes the Mayfair square - and there's even a spot for our sister newspaper, Kent Messenger.

Read more: All the latest news for Kent

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