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Podcast: Teenager stabbed outside Chatham school, Victory Academy, just days after the start of term

A teenage boy has been stabbed outside a school in Chatham just days into the new term.

The Year 11 student was taken to hospital after it happened near Victory Academy.

Hear from our reporter with the latest information.

Also in today’s podcast, a man’s been banned from driving and given a fine after being caught drunk behind the wheel by McDonald’s staff in Medway.

TV’s Dr Hilary Jones, who lives in Kent, talks about worrying new data that shows a significant drop in the number of women reporting gynae problems to their GP.

Seven Labrador puppies have been rescued after being dumped by the side of the A249.

The fox reds were underweight and suffering from mange.

An abandoned former prison in Dover could be turned into a hotel and leisure centre.

The Citadel at the Western Heights was originally built as a fortress, but then used to house inmates and most recently became an immigration detention centre.

Our reporter Sam Lennon has had an exclusive tour.

A food and drink festival that was due to take place in Medway this weekend has been postponed following the death of the Queen.

We’ve been speaking to the chief executive of Ebbsfleet United as people living near the club say they are generally in favour of plans for a new ground.

Bosses want to secure its long term future with an 8,000 seater stadium.

We have an update on a story we had in the podcast last week about a cat that had been left in an abandoned house in Gillingham after its owner was evicted.

And in sport, Gillingham are back in action tonight as they travel to take on Grimsby in league two.