Podcast: Anger as drivers notice petrol is up to 14p per litre cheaper in Rainham than Sittingbourne

Drivers in Sittingbourne are angry after noticing the price of petrol in neighbouring Rainham is up to 14p per litre cheaper.

One motorist has even said she’s prepared to drive the five miles to fill up. Hear what Asda and some of you say about it.

Also in today’s podcast, there haven’t been any trains running in Kent today as members of the ASLEF union, which represents drivers, walk out in an ongoing dispute over pay.

There’ll be more disruption on Friday and no trains again on Saturday. One retailer in Herne Bay says it’s a real blow during the half term break.

Longer lorries are going to be allowed on the UK’s roads from today, following an 11-year government trial.

The 19 metre long trailers will be able to carry more goods, reducing the number of vehicles on the roads which saves companies money and helps the environment. Hear from Tunbridge Wells based Logistics UK.

A Kent MP says he fears this summer could be another busy one for small boats crossing the Channel.

More than 50 people made the dangerous journey over the bank holiday weekend. We’ve been speaking to Thanet’s Craig Mackinlay.

Joel Corry’s been telling our sister radio station, kmfm, what it was like to team up with Caity Baser for their new song ‘Dance Around It’.

And in sport, Kent have suffered back-to-back defeats in the T20 Blast.

The lost by 13 runs to Somerset during a rain interrupted game at Canterbury last night.