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Call to buy local on Black Friday

Call to buy local on Black Friday

In today's podcast, hear from traders in Kent who're urging us all to support independent businesses before Christmas.

Should parts of Kent be put into different tiers when lockdown ends?

Should parts of Kent be put into different tiers when lockdown ends?

In today's podcast, there are calls for parts of Kent to face different restrictions after lockdown, hear what the Prime Minister's had to say.

Dad desperate to hug daughter this Christmas

Dad desperate to hug daughter this Christmas

In today's podcast hear from a dad who's urging the government to get rapid Covid testing kits to care homes so he can be reunited with his daughter.

Will families be able to get together this Christmas?

Will families be able to get together this Christmas?

In today's podcast hear from experts and some of you on whether restrictions should be lifted so we can socialise this festive season.

Wife's fight for answers after husband's Covid death

Wife's fight for answers after husband's Covid death

In today's podcast hear from the wife of a man who died after contracting coronavirus in a Kent hospital.

Part of Kent has third highest Covid infection rate in country

Part of Kent has third highest Covid infection rate in country

In today's podcast hear from the part of Kent where coronavirus rates are well above the national average.

'We're monitoring the stats every day'

'We're monitoring the stats every day'

Kent's public health boss says they're keeping a close eye on Covid data to see if lockdown 2 is working as Christmas gets ever closer.

One in five schools report Covid cases

One in five schools report Covid cases

In today's podcast, hear from a leading headteacher who's again urging the government to do more to support schools during the pandemic.

Victims of crime forced to wait years for justice

Victims of crime forced to wait years for justice

In today's podcast, hear about a backlog of trials in Kent, how £7m will be spent on green travel and the BTCC ends at Brands Hatch this weekend.

Man in court charged with flouting face mask rules

Man in court charged with flouting face mask rules

A trial date has been set in the case of a man accused of refusing to wear a face mask at Bluewater shopping centre.

Homeless 'left without water' during pandemic

Homeless 'left without water' during pandemic

A woman who lives in a van in Thanet says homeless people have been left without access to water after public taps were removed.

Blind woman abused for not social distancing

Blind woman abused for not social distancing

A Margate woman has spoken of the abuse she has suffered for not being able to social distance because she can not see.

'Frightening, outrageous and disgusting'

'Frightening, outrageous and disgusting'

Kent's top police officer has spoken out about a huge rise in the number of attacks on his staff - and he's blaming Covid.

Davina's delight as dog is found

Davina's delight as dog is found

A foodbank have launched a Christmas food appeal and Davina McCall shares her delight at being reunited with her missing dog.

Barber keeps trading despite lockdown

Barber keeps trading despite lockdown

A barber has been visited by police and council officials after keeping to his promise of opening despite a national lockdown.

Independent traders shut up shop ahead of lockdown 2

Independent traders shut up shop ahead of lockdown 2

Non-essential retailers are closing for lockdown and there's a call to bring the homeless in from the cold - hear it in today's podcast.

Coronavirus cases in Kent rise as lockdown 2 looms

Coronavirus cases in Kent rise as lockdown 2 looms

Hear from a Kent GP and the man who represents headteachers in the county as we prepare for tougher restrictions.

'I will continue to trade, I will remain open'

'I will continue to trade, I will remain open'

Hear from a Kent barber who says he won't close when a second national lockdown starts this week.

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Emergency services issue safety advice over private firework displays

Emergency services issue safety advice over private firework displays

We're being urged to stay safe when lighting fireworks and bonfires.

Parents in Kent encouraged to use online tools to protect children

Parents in Kent encouraged to use online tools to protect children

A charity says parents should discuss how to stay safe online with their children this half term.

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