Podcast: Murder investigation launched after stabbing death of “loyal and generous” man

Police are investigating the suspected murder of a man described as “generous, funny and loyal” in a village near Faversham. 

Detectives were called to The Street in Boughton under Blean last night, with it confirmed this morning the alleged attack was fatal.

Also in today’s podcast, a young mum who tragically died after choking on food while cooking a family dinner has been remembered as “tender and loving”. 

The 33-year-old was discovered on the kitchen floor at home in Dover by her two-year-old daughter, her partner and his son.

Plans to replace draughty windows that “rattle, howl and shake” in the wind have sparked outrage among residents of an iconic tower block.

150 letters of objection have been lodged against the proposals for Arlington House in Margate after management announced plans to take out the original 1960s sliding windows. 

Hear from a little boy from Kent who needed both of his legs amputated after being abused as a baby as he is set to undergo life-changing surgery. 

Tony Hudgell’s left hip is permanently dislocated but surgeons in Sheffield believe a new operation could improve his quality of life. 

And, a couple who claimed they stole to feed themselves were told by magistrates to stop shoplifting and to go to a foodbank instead.

The pair carried out a series of thefts across stores in Dover and Deal, and stole chocolates, booze and flowers.