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Podcast: Kent’s most crime-ridden railway stations revealed in data released by British Transport Police

Data given to KentOnline has revealed the scale of crime at railway stations across Kent.
We submitted at Freedom of Information request to British Transport Police – find out which station saw the highest number of offences in the 12 months to September 2022.

Also in today’s podcast, detectives investigating reports of a sex attack in the early hours of New Year’s Day in Ashford have released an image of man they want to speak to.
It happened in an underpass between Station Approach and Torrington Road.
As pressures continue to build on the NHS, it’s been revealed an elderly man with severe dementia was left in a corridor at Kent’s biggest hospital for 24 hours.
Paul Coombs was taken to Medway Maritime in Gillingham with an infection and had to wait a day before being admitted to a ward.
We’ve also been getting an update on the situation facing hospitals at the moment from the Chief Medical Officer of NHS Kent and Medway.
The owner of a cafe in Medway says it’s at breaking point as the business tries to grapple with the cost of living crisis.
Frasers in Gillingham is having to rely on volunteering from friends and family to stay afloat.
Elsewhere, it’s hoped a cinema in Sittingbourne that’s been forced to close could still be used as a community venue.
The New Century showed a film for final time last Thursday.
A former clothes shop in Whitstable is going to be converted into a cafe aimed at helping people with their mental health.
Revival has been without a permanent home for the past two years. Hear about their plans for the building on the High Street.
And in sport, the new owner of Gillingham has been revealing why he invested in the club.
Brad Galinson flew in from America to see their defeat at Stevenage on Monday.