An abusive boyfriend from Canterbury who forced his partner to kiss her children goodbye – and scrawled on a wall ‘mummy is dead tonight’ – has been sent to prison.
A court heard Jake Jones also repeatedly strangled his victim after thinking she was texting another man. Hear from our reporter Sean Axtell who covered the case.
Also in today’s podcast, three months after a man was found dead in woodland in Ashford, his identity and cause of death still remains a mystery.
A leading Kent GP says he’s seeing colleagues who are struggling to cope as extreme pressure on the NHS continues.
The number of people waiting more than 12 hours in emergency departments in the county has reached record levels. Now, there are concerns about the stress it’s causing amongst health staff.
A Medway mechanic says he’s being contacted by an increasing number of people whose cars have been damaged by potholes.
The roads have been left in a poor state by the snow in December and the recent heavy rain. Hear from some drivers who have been affected.
A foundation has been set up by a Kent woman who says she wants to help people with their self confidence if they’re going through something like cancer treatment.
Chemotherapy leaves patients without their hair and eye brows. We’ve been speaking to Sophie Dodds from SD Cosmetics in Herne Bay.
Our What’s On editor Sam Lawrie is back with details on events going on in the county.
And in sport, it’s a huge relegation clash for Gillingham this weekend.
They welcome fellow strugglers Hartlepool to Priestfield as they look to avoid dropping out of the football league.