Residents in St Mary’s Bay say a luxury sea-front development that’s been abandoned half way through has become a “disgusting dumping ground”.
More than four years after The Sands was supposed to open, it’s become at £20-million home to rabbits, pigeons and vandals.
Also in today’s podcast, you can hear from the Medway parents who set up a podcast after their daughter was stillborn.
David and Jo Ward set up A Journey with Abigail’s Footsteps to help other bereaved parents.
A Maidstone man says he was told by council to drill a hole in the bottom of his waste bin to avoid paying for a new one.
He complained to council that it filled with rainwater but they said it didn’t qualify for a free replacement.
A pensioner from Larkfield says her home and garage is being inundated with brambles after council let it run wild.
The 78-year-old says without regular maintenance the bushes become “thick and dangerous”.
And in sport, Gillingham FC have managed to end the week on a high after the shock sacking of their manager.
Keith Millen was at the helm and helped the Gills secure a 2 -1 win over MK Dons.