Podcast: Restaurant owner hits back at one-star food hygiene rating

The owner of an Ashford restaurant has hit back after it was given a one-star food hygiene rating.

An inspection last month found the Kennington Carvery had dirty, greasy walls and meat wasn’t reheated to a safe temperature.

Also in today’s episode, hear from a student nurse who has been impacted by a calculation error by Canterbury Christ Church University.

Sam Geere is one of 200 final year students who were due to get their degrees and start work, but have now been told they need to do more placement hours.

A Sittingbourne woman has been telling us about a mysterious illness which stumped doctors and took years for her family to be formally diagnosed.

Fiona Wills is going through the process of genetic testing after her mum and granddad both showed symptoms of Leukodystrophy.

The first female headteacher of an historic school says she’s looking forward to getting started in September.

Kings in Canterbury has only ever had men in charge since it was first formed in 597, but now Jude Lowson is taking over.

And in football, Gillingham are top of the League 2 table after a 1-0 victory over Sutton United.

Manager Neil Harris spoke to us after the match, and said he was delight to come away with another victory.