A boxer from Ashford is starting more than two years in prison for dealing cocaine.
Welterweight Jack Ewbank was pulled over by police while driving in Folkestone – find out what details were revealed in court.
Also in today’s podcast, a Chatham dad’s issued a warning after a fire at his house which was caused by leaving electrical items on charge.
A bedroom at the property on St Mary’s Island was badly damaged – but crews say the flames didn’t spread further because the door had been closed.
We’ve got reaction to news the number of NHS appointments moved or cancelled because of strikes in England has passed one million.
Almost 130,000 were affected just last week when junior doctors and consultants walked out at the same time. Hear from Medway GP, Dr Julian Spinks.
The KentOnline Podcast can reveal councils in Kent have failed to publish annual accounts detailing how they’ve spent hundreds of millions of pounds of public money.
Analysis by our political editor Paul Francis shows most authorities are yet to comply with their legal requirement.
The Freedom of Medway has been given to two charities to recognise the work they do in the Towns.
Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust and the Chatham Branch of the Royal Naval Association have been awarded the honour at a special ceremony.
And, the founders of a Kent football club have been nominated for an unsung heroes in football award.
Steve Bowers and Bob Chivington have been running Cinque Ports FC, in Deal, for over ten years