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Podcast: Night porter goes on wrecking spree at Larkfield Priory Hotel causing almost £100k worth of damage

A man has admitted going on a wrecking spree at a hotel in Maidstone after getting frustrated with his job.
A court’s been told the rampage caused around £100,000 worth of damage at Larkfield Priory Hotel.
Hear from our reporter Sean McPolin who covered the case.
Also in today’s podcast, a Palestinian refugee says a giant puppet of a young asylum seeker that’s been visiting Kent will change perceptions.
Amal arrived in Folkestone earlier in the week and has also visited Dover and Canterbury.
But, not everyone is convinced – hear from Nigel Farage who’s described it as ‘rather sinister looking’.
There’s been a blow for those calling for the old Manston airport in Thanet to re-open for freight flights. Our political editor Paul Francis has more.
A debate had been taking place in the House of Lords on assisted dying – hear from a nurse from Sevenoaks who’s backing a change in the law after her father took his own life while battling cancer.
The Gillingham boss has been speaking ahead of their game against Bolton Wanderers this weekend.
And Kent Olympian Kate French has picked up a special award after winning gold at the Games in Tokyo back in the summer.