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Podcast: Fears Aldi could leave Sheppey altogether if plans for new store are turned down

A man who abused dozens of bodies in hospital mortuaries in Kent has been sentenced to an extra four years in prison.
68-year-old David Fuller from East Sussex had admitted 16 new charges.

Also in today’s podcast, we’ve been finding out what’s being done to get homeless people off Kent’s streets as temperatures plummet.
Freezing conditions from the Arctic mean a cold weather alert has been put in place.
We’ve been hearing from homelessness charity Porchlight and Gravesham Borough Council.
The new man in charge of Kent Police has been telling us about his priorities as he starts the job.
Chief Constable Tim Smith has been in temporary charge since Alan Pughsley retired in October.
There are fears Aldi could leave Sheppey altogether if plans for a new store on the island are turned down.
The supermarket wants to build at Neats Court and close its current shop in the Sheerness town centre. Hear from reporter and Sheppey resident John Nurden.
Toys generously donated by you are being delivered to charities across Kent ahead of Christmas.
We were inundated with presents as part of the Give a Gift appeal run by our sister radio station kmfm.
Toys and games will also be going to young people in care or hospital this festive season.
A popular burger place in Rochester is set to relocate.
Chuck and Blade on the High Street is looking to move into the vacant Natwest building.
And, a Kent hotel has been completely booked out by film crews from The Crown.
They stayed at the Blazing Donkey not far from Sandwich last week while working in the nearby Discovery Park.