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Podcast: TikToker Charlie Hayes from Folkestone receives abuse online for outfits she wears on the school run

A Kent mum has vowed to continue wearing eccentric outfits on the school run, despite getting abuse online.

Hear from Charlie Hayes from Folkestone who has been speaking to reporter Millie Bowles.

Also in today’s podcast, a Northfleet man has spoken out after his house was targeted by young people throwing stones.

Hugh Wood has no idea why he is being singled out – and has been telling Alex Langridge how the abuse has escalated.

We’re going to be paying more money to Kent Police through our council tax from April.

An increase of £15 a year for the average Band D home has been approved by a special panel.

There’s been another worrying decline in the number of bugs in Kent.

Figures given to the KentOnline Podcast show flying insects have reduced by nearly 75% in less than 20 years. Hear from charity Buglife.

And in sport, Kent cricket are looking for a new batting coach.

Ryan ten Doeschate has left after just a year to work in the Indian Premier League.