Podcast: Sheppey woman jailed after defrauding Sittingbourne based Creative Resins Ltd out of nearly £80k

A Sheppey woman who scammed her bosses out of nearly £80,000 has been sent to prison.

Carly Miller, 39 from Main Road in Queenborough, siphoned off company money that was meant to be used to pay suppliers.

Also in today’s podcast, there are calls to ban lorries from a stretch of road in Kent following a number of serious crashes.

Campaigners also want the speed limit on the A251 between Faversham and Challock cut from 50 to 40 miles per hour.

New import checks at the Kent border that have been delayed five times finally come into force today.

Businesses bringing in food and flowers have had to fill in extra paperwork – and some lorries could be sent to Sevington near Ashford for closer inspection.

The organisers of this year’s Pride in Canterbury have told KentOnline their socials blew up when they revealed the sad Oompa Loompa will be there this year.

You’ll probably remember she went viral after pictures were posted of the disappointing Willy Wonka Experience in Glasgow.

And in sport,  it’s set to be a busy summer for Gillingham after they sacked head coach Stephen Clemence.

He left Priestfield yesterday after just five months in the role. We’ve been getting reaction from our Gills reporter and David Garth from the Gillingham FC supporters club.