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Podcast: Minster woman jailed after making fake allegations about a Sheppey prison officer which saw him arrested three times

A woman who made false allegations about a Sheppey prison officer has been locked up.

Paul Miller was arrested three times and investigated after Emma Weller set up fake social media accounts and accused him of threatening her.

In court, the 32-year-old from Nautilus Drive in Minster, was described as demanding, obsessive and manipulative. Hear from our court reporter Paul Hooper.

Also in today's podcast, two Just Stop Oil protestors who caused traffic gridlock when they climbed the QE2 bridge at the Dartford Crossing have been found guilty of causing a public nuisance.

We've got reaction to news there are going to be more teacher strikes in Kent.

98% of National Education Union members who voted in a ballot turned down a pay offer from government. Hear from an NEU member in east Kent.

Dog owners in Kent are being urged to keep their pets under control in the countryside this Easter.

A warning's been issued as research shows the cost of dog attacks on livestock has gone up 50% since before the pandemic.

The manager of a village shop near Gravesend says Evri pulling out of the store could force them to close.

Cobham Community Stores has used the parcel delivery service since 2014 and makes around £2,000 a year from it.

A family have opened a new virtual reality entertainment centre in Gravesend after being inspired by TikTok.

They noticed how popular the tech was getting online and tried it for themselves in London before starting their new business Orb in the town centre.

And in sport, the Gillingham manager is in the running for the League Two manager of the month award for March.

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