Podcast: Arrests made as Palestine Action protesters break into Instro Precision factory at Discovery Park, Sandwich

Seven people have been arrested after protestors stormed a Kent factory that’s used to make equipment for the Israeli military.

Video at KentOnline shows people from Palestine Action breaking into the Instro Precision site in Sandwich and smashing computers and machinery.

Also in today’s podcast, as we mark Refugee Week, a woman who came to Kent from Eritrea is urging politicians not to treat asylum seekers as criminals.

Rishan Tsegay was just 17 when she made the dangerous journey through Sudan, Libya and mainland Europe.

KentOnline’s been told a service designed to ease pressure on GPs is leaving pharmacists at breaking point.

It launched in January and means people suffering from seven common illnesses can get treatment at a pharmacy. Hear from Amish Patel who owns Hodgson Pharmacy in Longfield.

A former Gurkha soldier from Canterbury who lost both of his legs while serving in Afghanistan has been given an MBE in the King’s birthday honours.

Hari Budha Magar became the first double above-the-knee amputee to climb mount Everest.

In sport, England have won their first group game at Euro 2024 – and the man in charge of the Kent FA hopes they’ll go on to inspire the next generation.

Jude Bellingham scored the only goal of the game against Serbia last night. Hear from Kent FA chief executive Darryl Haden.