A mural spray painted on the side of a house in Margate has been branded an ‘eyesore’.
The artwork has been created as part of a trail around the town raising awareness of plastic pollution in the oceans.
But neighbours aren’t happy.
Also in today’s podcast, the home secretary has delivered her big speech at the Tory party conference.
Suella Braverman explained how she planned to stop asylum seekers from crossing the Channel to Kent in small boats. We’ve got reaction.
A report’s warned staffing at a prison on Sheppey has reached “crisis point”.
Inspectors went to HMP Swaleside in July and found officers were exhausted, under pressure, and on the brink of resignation.
We’ve been speaking to the Howard League for Penal Reform.
The Bishop of Dover has apologised on behalf of the church after a major report into allegations of abuse was published.
There haven’t been any trains running in Kent today as another strike has been taking place.
Drivers are walking out as part of an ongoing dispute over pay.
Hear from the Aslef union.
And there was another win for Gillingham last night – this time in the EFL Trophy.
We’ve got reaction from goal scorer Lewis Walker and the assistant manager.