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Podcast: Inquest held into deaths of Johnny Cash, Johnboy Cash, Miles Cash and Jacko Cosgrove in Headcorn

An inquest has heard the driver of a car which crashed in Headcorn killing four members of the same family was over the drink drive limit.
Johnny Cash, Johnboy Cash, Miles Cash and Jacko Cosgrove died when the vehicle they were in came off a road and hit a tree in October last year.

Hear from our reporter Sean McPolin who was at today’s inquest in Maidstone.
As fighting continues in Ukraine following an invasion by Russia, we’ve been hearing from Ukranian people here who’re desperate to help.
Reporter Rhys Griffiths has been to an army surplus store in Folkestone where people have been going to get supplies.
A University of Kent professor has also spoken about her sister’s journey to safety.
In the Commons, North Thanet MP Sir Roger Gale has called for Kent to do its bit to help with the processing of those seeking asylum.
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Police are going to be given more powers to break-up late night car meets which often lead to racing on Crossways Boulevard – between the Dartford Crossing and Bluewater.
We’ve been speaking to residents who say the noise keeps them awake at night.
And, rail fares have gone up today for Kent’s commuters – and it’s the biggest hike in nearly a decade.
The 3.8% rise means an average season ticket from Ramsgate to London will now cost £6,174 pounds – £226 more than last year.