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Podcast: Ramsgate woman who groomed teenage boy into sexual relationship avoids being sent to prison

A Ramsgate women who groomed a teenage boy into a sexual relationship has avoided being sent to prison.
A court was told 28-year-old Nicole Lines from Cecelia Road supplied the teenager with alcohol and sold him cannabis.

Also in today’s podcast, we’re getting another blast of freezing weather this winter with forecasters saying temperatures will struggling to get much above zero for the rest of the week.
Hear from Toby Howe from the county’s highways team on how the roads will be kept clear of frost and ice.
A serving armed police officer who served in the same unit as Sarah Everard’s killer, has admitted dozens of attacks on women – including 24 rapes.
PC David Carrick was based in London at the same time as Wayne Couzens from Deal and had been charged with offences spanning 18 years.
A mother who lost her son to suicide has helped educate more than 100 medical students in Kent and Medway about how to help those who are thinking of taking their own life.
Ann Foley lost her son Oliver when he was just 22. She’s been talking to Ismail Khwaja about the charity set up in his name and what it aims to do.
An Ashford company says it’s not sure it’ll be able to carry on trading because of major traffic delays.
Work is being done on the A2070 where the Orbital Park roundabout is being replaced to improve access to a new housing development.
In sport, the Gillingham manager has been speaking following their 2-0 win against fellow strugglers Hartlepool at the weekend.
And in tennis, Kent’s Emma Raducanu is through to the second round of the Australian Open – find out who she’ll play.