In today’s podcast, the family of a seven-year-old boy knocked down in Folkestone have made a heart breaking appeal for information.
In today’s podcast, the principal of the John Wallis Academy says student phones will be locked away from the start of next term.
In today’s podcast, authority bosses have admitted they can’t stop homeless people from a London borough moving into a converted former office block.
In today’s podcast, bosses from Pontins at Camber Sands say customers will be offered refunds with the site set to close immediately.
In today’s podcast, hear the reaction from police as a mum and her former boyfriend are found guilty of murdering her toddler son.
In today’s podcast, a man has appeared in court after almost 30 sheep were killed in a dog attack at a farm.
In today’s podcast, cameras have been installed in a hospital kitchen after a rat infestation was discovered.
In today’s podcast, find out what business owners think of plans to pedestrianise part of a town centre.
In today’s podcast, hear from the family of a Faversham man who’re raising money following his death from cancer at just 47.
In today’s podcast, there has been a mixed reaction to school pupils having to do detention on a Saturday.
In today’s podcast, teachers are on strike after receiving death threats from students at Sheppey’s Oasis Academy.
In today’s podcast, friends and family say the man who was killed while working on a new estate in Ramsgate had a heart of gold.
In today’s podcast, a court’s been told how a teenager bragged about stabbing a man who tried to someone else that was being threatened.
In today’s podcast, hear from a man who says he won’t go back to a Canterbury pub after being accused of taking drugs.
In today’s podcast, hear from our local democracy reporter who’s been finding out how one town in Kent could become more walking and cycling friendly.
In today’s podcast, the family of a dad who was arrested after being pulled from a railway line criticise police after he took his own life.
In today’s podcast, the family of a man who’s been missing since July say his body was found in The Netherlands two months ago.
In today’s podcast, a biker from Herne Bay has pleaded guilty to sending his ex-friend violent and threatening messages.
In today’s podcast, hear from campaigners staging a huge demonstration outside a company accused of developing tech used by the Israeli military.
In today’s podcast, investigations are underway after a rough sleeper was found dead in the middle of a roundabout in Gillingham.
In today’s podcast, the family of a young man who has been missing for more than three months have confirmed he’s been found dead.
In today’s podcast, hear from our reporter who’s been taking an indepth look at why so many children in Kent are absent from school.
In today’s podcast, a woman who keyed cars because they were parked on pavements has been given a three month curfew.
In today’s podcast, residents are angry about plans to build new homes on farmland near an animal park.
In today’s podcast, Storm Ciaran has been causing disruption with trees down and bus windows blown out.
In today’s podcast, thousands of pounds has been donated to a fundraiser for a head teacher who has cancer.
In today’s podcast, there are concerns a huge rise in parking charges in a coastal town could damage local businesses.
In today's podcast, a man is questioning how many others have been wrongly charged the ULEZ fee
In today’s podcast, residents of a village on Sheppey say they’re furious a narrow country lane is being used as a gas works diversion.
In today’s podcast, hear from a woman who witnessed a lorry fire on the M2 which left two people with burns.
In today’s podcast, hear from a man who says armed police frightened the life out of him after a malicious 999 call.
In today’s podcast, a family have been paying tribute to a dad-of-six who died in the sea.
In today’s podcast, details have emerged of how a 12-year-old girl died after collapsing at school.
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