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Podcast: Girls throw drink over pregnant woman and ’assault’ staff at McDonald’s in Maidstone

Police have confirmed they are investigating after a pregnant woman had a drink thrown over her and staff were allegedly assault at a McDonalds in Maidstone.
Witnesses say trouble involving a group of girls broke out at the fast-food restaurant on Week Street.
Hear what was captured on video. We’ve also got a statement from the chain.
Also in today’s podcast, a boy who broke his hip after falling off monkey bars on the first day of secondary school has been told he has a rare condition.
11-year-old James slipped from the equipment at Turner Free School in Folkestone during morning break.
Further tests revealed he has a condition which means the hip isn’t in the right place and one day, he may need a replacement. His mum has explained more about what happened.
As preparations continue in London ahead of the Queen’s funeral, Kent’s rail provider is putting on extra trains to get people there.
Southeastern say they’ll run services 24-hours a day between now until Monday which will be a bank holiday.
Thousands of people are waiting to see Her Majesty’s coffin lying in state. Hear from our reporter who is there.
The KentOnline Podcast has been told how the cost of living crisis is affecting people trying to buy their first home.
A report out earlier this year revealed how 70% of potential home owners were delaying getting on the property ladder.
We’ve been speaking to an estate agent from Tunbridge Wells.
And in sport, it was a draw for Gillingham in league two last night.
It finished 1-1 at Grimsby, hear the thoughts of manager Neil Harris.