Thousands of pounds has been raised to help the family of a teenager left brain damaged following a senseless attack in Canterbury.
Daniel Ezzedine was on an exchange trip from Germany when he was set upon in 2019.
His brother has revealed he is unable to walk or talk and has to be pushed around the family’s apartment on an office chair.
Our sister newspaper has set up a fundraising page to help his family.
Nine people have now been convicted for their part in the attack.
Also in today’s podcast, hear from a Kent headteacher who has been explaining why her school won’t be taking part in One Britain One Nation day tomorrow.
Businesses in Margate fear the town’s reputation has been damaged after a large sewage leak during last week’s storms.
HRVY’s been chatting to our sister radio station kmfm.
And, the football fixtures are out – find out who Gillingham will be playing in their first game of the season.