An Ashford man who launched an unprovoked attack on a couple in the car park of a carvery has avoided being sent to prison.
The pair were punched after leaving the Neptune pub in August 2021 – Lucy Hickmott has the story.
Also in today’s podcast, the landlady of a property in Chatham says she’s been left feeling vulnerable after a family of four moved in to her vacant rental property without her say-so.
Kathryn Wareham and her husband noticed the locks has been changed on the house in Beaconsfield Road and a mother and three children squatting inside – she’s been telling us what happened.
A Kent woman whose husband died while scuba diving off the coast of Dover has set up a podcast for other widows to share their stories.
Mum-of-three Rosie Gill-Moss struggled to deal with her grief after losing her husband Ben in 2018.
This was one of our most read stories from the weekend – there are calls for more signs to be installed directing people to an up and coming part of Ashford.
Coachworks at Dover Place has places to eat, drink and work – but businesses there say they’re not as busy as they should be. We’ve been speaking to the owner of two food outlets.
Former Strictly stars James and Ola Jordan have been telling the KentOnline podcast people struggled to recognise them when they put on a bit of weight.
The couple live in Kent with their two-year-old daughter Ella and have set up a new website to help people keep fit through dance.
Find out who made a surprise appearance at a music venue in Kent over the weekend.
And in sport, the Gillingham manager has been speaking after their first away win of the season.
They beat Colchester United 2-0 on Saturday.