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The man who took the photo that helped catch PCSO's killer

The man who took the photo that helped catch PCSO's killer

In today's podcast, hear from the man who took the photo which led to the killer of PCSO Julia James being identified and arrested.

Julia James murder suspect ’threatened to attack again’ as trial adjourned

Julia James murder suspect ’threatened to attack again’ as trial adjourned

Jurors at the trial of a man accused of murdering Kent PCSO Julia James have been sent home, as the trial was adjourned.

Jurors hold replica weapon at murder trial

Jurors hold replica weapon at murder trial

In today's podcast, hear from our reporter at court as the trial of a man accused of murdering Kent PCSO Julia James reaches a fourth day.

Suspect pictured near 'murder scene' day after PCSO's death

Suspect pictured near 'murder scene' day after PCSO's death

In today's podcast, hear from our reporter at court as it's revealed the man suspecting of murdering PCSO Julia James was pictured near the scene.

Work starts on controversial roundabout scheme

Work starts on controversial roundabout scheme

In today's podcast, hear about controversial roadworks getting under way in Ashford after being pushed back twice.

Man admits killing PCSO Julia James

Man admits killing PCSO Julia James

In today's podcast, hear the latest from Canterbury Crown Court where a man has admitted killing Kent PCSO Julia James, but denies murder.

'Let me stage knife amnesty'

'Let me stage knife amnesty'

In today's podcast, hear from a gym owner who wants to hold a knife amnesty to tackle crime, plus we have details of results in the local elections.

Hoteliers accused of pocketing taxpayers' money

Hoteliers accused of pocketing taxpayers' money

In today's podcast, hear from our business editor as the former owners of one of Kent's most famous hotels go on trial.

'We don't want any other parent to lose a child like we have'

'We don't want any other parent to lose a child like we have'

In today's podcast, hear from the parents of a baby who died after choking on food at a nursery as they hit out at planned changes to childcare.

Man stabbed following crash which leaves car on its roof

Man stabbed following crash which leaves car on its roof

In today's podcast, hear from our reporter who has been to the scene of a crash in Herne Bay which saw a car left on its roof and a man stabbed.

Electric car driver fined for staying too long in supermarket car park

Electric car driver fined for staying too long in supermarket car park

In today's podcast, find out why an electric car driver was fined for charging in a car park plus we look ahead to a huge game for Gillingham.

Crane collapses at building site

Crane collapses at building site

In today's podcast, hear from our reporter in Canterbury where building work on an apartment complex has been halted after a crane collapsed.

'He was like an uncle - then groomed and abused me'

'He was like an uncle - then groomed and abused me'

In today's podcast, an actor has bravely spoken out about the abuse he suffered at the hands of a family friend as a child and his fight for justice.

Man robs bank - then phones police to confess

Man robs bank - then phones police to confess

In today's podcast, hear the moment an armed robber phoned police to admit stealing cash from a branch of Lloyds bank.

'Someone will die' - union's fears as P&O sailings to resume

'Someone will die' - union's fears as P&O sailings to resume

In today's podcast, a union boss has spoken of his concerns as it's confirmed P&O Ferries will resume sailings from Dover this week.

Dad's disgust over son's church vandalism

Dad's disgust over son's church vandalism

In today's podcast, the dad of a teenager caught on camera damaging an historic church in Medway has told our reporter he's disgusted.

Woman jailed over arson revenge plot

Woman jailed over arson revenge plot

In today's podcast, hear from our reporter in court after a woman who tried to set fire to a house while children were inside was jailed.

No police watchdog investigation into 'murder-suicide'

No police watchdog investigation into 'murder-suicide'

In today's podcast, find out why the IOPC will not be investigating the contact Kent police had with a couple before they died at a tattoo studio.

M2 closures planned and Brock continues on M20

M2 closures planned and Brock continues on M20

In today's podcast, drivers are warned about weekend closures on the M2 and the government is urged to do more about Operation Brock on the M20.

Tributes paid to boy found dead at bottom of cliffs

Tributes paid to boy found dead at bottom of cliffs

In today's podcast, more details have emerged about a boy found dead at the bottom of cliffs in Dover, and find out why the PM has been in Kent.

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