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Podcast: Man dies after being found ’unresponsive’ on Kingfisher Drive, Walderslade

An investigation is taking place after a man found unresponsive on a road in Medway, died in hospital.
Police and paramedics were called to Kingfisher Drive in Walderslade early yesterday morning.

Also in today’s podcast, taxi drivers in Canterbury have told us they fear for their futures ahead of a ban on ‘polluting’ vehicles.
The City council is looking to phase out diesel and petrol cars and have only electric cabs by 2030.
Hear from one driver who says it won’t be practical or affordable.
As the war continues in Ukraine, we’ve been hearing from those delivering much needed aid to the hundreds of thousands of refugees who’ve fled the country.
There are also concerns post-Brexit paperwork is leading to some supplies being delayed at Dover.
A Medway mum is hoping fundraising will lead to pioneering research which could improve the life of her baby son.
Little Leo is one of only 16 people in the world known to have an incurable condition.
A Kent charity that supports parents who’ve experienced baby loss are getting ready to open their first shop.
Making Miracles founder Kelly Wells explains why it’ll be different to many other charity shops on our high streets.
In sport, the Gillingham boss reacts to their disappointing defeat to Bolton Wanderers at the weekend.
And we have an update from the Winter Paralympics where Kent’s Millie Knight has been in action.