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Woman who attacked Miss England finalist avoids jail

Woman who attacked Miss England finalist avoids jail

In today's podcast, hear from a Miss England finalist left scarred after an attack and a Banksy is back on display in Folkestone.

Former MP Charlie Elphicke jailed for sexual assault

Former MP Charlie Elphicke jailed for sexual assault

Also in today's podcast, hear why Ebbsfleet International Station is no longer being used as a Covid testing site.

Rule of six comes into force

Rule of six comes into force

Hear what a restaurant boss thinks of new measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus and how students are being urged not to hold house parties.

'Tony's Law' debated in the Commons

'Tony's Law' debated in the Commons

In today's podcast hear about the Kent boy who's inspired a proposed new law to give tougher sentences to those convicted of child cruelty.

Crews tackle flats fire and experts warn over school closures

Crews tackle flats fire and experts warn over school closures

Hear from our reporter at the scene of a fire at a block of flats and why experts fear more school closures due to coronavirus.

Numbers at social gatherings to be cut to prevent spread of Covid-19

Numbers at social gatherings to be cut to prevent spread of Covid-19

The government has brought in measures to tackle a new rise in cases of coronavirus.

Chaotic return to school as Covid cases are confirmed

Chaotic return to school as Covid cases are confirmed

More than 100 pupils are having to isolate after confirmed cases of coronavirus in one part of Kent.

Attack victim speaks about revolutionary app

Attack victim speaks about revolutionary app

In today's podcast, hear from a Ramgate man who has learned to walk and talk again following an horrific attack thanks to an incredible new app.

Homes evacuated as huge fire rages

Homes evacuated as huge fire rages

In today's podcast, hear from those who witnessed a massive fire at Hoo Marina.

MPs investigate Channel crossings

MPs investigate Channel crossings

After a record number of migrants arrived in Kent, the Home Affairs committee want to find out why it's happening.

Murder convictions, uncertain futures and the battle for a diagnosis

Murder convictions, uncertain futures and the battle for a diagnosis

Hear a round-up of today's top stories including a young woman's 18 month battle for a diagnosis.

Bank Holiday party being investigated by police

Bank Holiday party being investigated by police

In today's podcast hear from people angry about a large gathering in Kent over the long weekend.

Breweries under threat, illegal rave crackdown and school term transport preparations

Breweries under threat, illegal rave crackdown and school term transport preparations

Listen to the latest podcast for a round up of today's top stories.

Employers warned of work place Covid risk

Employers warned of work place Covid risk

A professor is warning employers to make sure offices are Covid secure, despite the health secretary saying the risk of transmission is low.

Face coverings in schools, lorry smashes and cricket success

Face coverings in schools, lorry smashes and cricket success

Listen to the latest podcast for a round up of today’s top stories.

Head teacher confident school will be secure from virus

Head teacher confident school will be secure from virus

A week before schools reopen, it is feared some parents won't send their children back because they are concerned they could catch coronavirus.

Teen given life sentence for murder

Teen given life sentence for murder

A teenager has been given a life sentence after being found guilty for the murder of a man in Gillingham.

Government extends evictions ban

Government extends evictions ban

The latest from the announcement that the evictions ban will be extended, and we hear from non-league footballs clubs that can play this weekend.

Students pick up GCSE results

Students pick up GCSE results

We hear from pupils as they find out their marks, and discover why one teacher remains frustrated over this year's results fiasco.

Asylum charities say death of Sudanese teen was 'avoidable'

Asylum charities say death of Sudanese teen was 'avoidable'

We have reaction from charities across the county, after French authorities discovered the body next to the Channel.

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