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Podcast: Gravesend postwoman left empty handed despite finding unclaimed £2k

A Gravesend postwoman’s been left empty handed after finding more than £2,000 in cash on the street – then being told she can’t keep it.

After reporting it to her line manager it was handed in at North Kent Police Station in Northfleet.

Irma Lisauskaite says she was told she could keep the money if it wasn’t claimed within a month, but officers later said the rule had changed.

Find out what the rules are and the latest result of our poll.

Also in today’s podcast, tougher sentences for people convicted of child cruelty have come into force following a four-year campaign by the adoptive mum of a Kent boy.

Tony’s law is inspired by seven-year-old Tony Hudgell from Kings Hill who had to have his legs amputated as a baby after being abused by his birth parents.

Hear from Tony’s adoptive mum Paula Hudgell.

The mum of a teenage girl who was hit by a car while crossing a road in Dover is calling for safety improvements.

She’s been speaking following and inquest into the death of Mya Lawrence.

A project to get young people off the streets and away from knife crime has been set up by a gym owner in Maidstone.

Jay Atkins had previously tried to get a knife amnesty bin installed where he works, but that was turned down by police over safety fears.

He’s been telling the podcast about his latest plans.

A former soldier from Canterbury who was blinded by a bomb in Afghanistan wants to bring veterans together through jiu-jitsu.

Rob Long says the sport helped him rebuild his life and he wants to help others.

In sport, Kent’s Emma Raducanu is through to the second round of Wimbledon.

Find out who Gillingham have signed and there’s congratulations to the cricket team who’ve won their first game in 29 years.