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Podcast: Gillingham Aldi closed following ‘medical incident‘ as customers asked to leave store

Customers have been asked to leave a supermarket in Medway after what police have described as a medical emergency.

Officers and ambulance crews were called to Aldi in Gillingham at the weekend.

Also in today’s podcast, six people have been arrested as part of a murder inquiry in Tunbridge Wells.

A man’s body was found on Caley Road in the early hours of Saturday.

Winds of up to 80 miles-per-hour are due to hit Kent tomorrow as Storm Barra arrives.

We have the latest from the Met Office.

A new women only bus is going to be running in Dover to make sure they get home safety at night.

Hear about the Angel Express which will be operating in the weeks before Christmas.

We’ve been getting your views as a crackdown on drugs announced by the government will aim to get 300,000 heroin and crack addicts in England and Wales into rehab – and break up 2,000 County Lines gangs. 

The KentOnline Podcast has been told around one in five under 30s in the UK will rely on charities over Christmas.

We’ve been speaking to The Salvation Army.

We’ve been to have a look inside shipping containers that are being used as work space in Medway.

Box City has opened its second site, with 52 rentable units equipped with electricity, heating, air-con and wi-fi.

And, a Faversham family who found fame with their songs during lockdown – are back. Hear some of their version of Mack the Knife.