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Podcast: Necrophiliac and murderer David Fuller faces further charges

A further 16 charges have been brought against a man who’s in prison for murdering two women and abusing bodies in hospitals in Kent

David Fuller, 68, from Heathfield in East Sussex was given two whole life sentences in December last year for killing Wendy Knell and Caroline Pierce in 1987.

Also in today’s podcast, a Medway beauty expert says she’s concerned about the number of people asking to look like they do through phone filters or photo editing apps.

It’s after a survey found 70% of people were so used to seeing their face through a filter, they no longer liked to look in the mirror.

Kate Monteith-Ross is the director of La Ross Aesthetics in Strood and has started a campaign encouraging people to embrace who they are.

Children playing in one of Kent’s football leagues have been banned from deliberately heading the ball as part of a season long trial.

Under 12s in the north Kent youth league will give away a free kick if they do a header during a match.

We’ve been speaking to the Kent FA to find out why.

A Dartford entrepreneur’s told the KentOnline Podcast how he thinks crypto currency is the future of the beauty industry.

Drowze, who’s also a musician, has been accepting the payment at his barber shop, DPZ Parlour, in Gravesend since opening six months ago.

Gillingham are back in football action tonight – this time in the EFL Trophy.

And, find out which Kent side have officially put in plans to build a new stadium.