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Podcast: Concern over catapult attacks in Ashford with Sainsbury’s driver and boy playing Xbox targeted

There are concerns about yet another spate of catapult attacks in Ashford.
This time, a Sainsbury’s driver and a boy sat in his bedroom playing computers games have been targeted. Hear from our reporter Alex Jee.

Also in today’s podcast, there’s more reaction to news our council tax bills will be going up.
From April, the average band D home will be paying £1,461 a year – that’s an increase of £43.
Hear from the man in charge of finance at the county council along with the council leader and Labour leader.
The partner of a Gravesend man killed by serial killer Stephen Port has spoken out following the resignation of Dame Cressida Dick as Met Police commissioner.
Find out what some of Kent’s MPs have also posted on their socials.
A ship which rescued thousand of soldiers from Dunkirk during the Second World War is set to welcome visitors in Gillingham this weekend after a huge restoration.
The Medway Queen underwent a five-month revamp at the Royal Harbour in Ramsgate last year.
Historic buildings and parts of Rochester are going to be transformed over the next two nights, as part of a new festival.
Medway Light Nights is aiming to inspire hope and bring people together.
And in sport, Gillingham make the long journey north to take on Morecambe this weekend.
Neil Harris’ side are still five points from safety in league one but have picked up two wins from their three games since he took over as manager.