In today’s podcast, an Ashford man says he’s lucky he wasn’t electrocuted after finding underground cables in his back garden.
Phil Lewis was digging to replace a fence panel on Church Road in Willesborough when he came across a warning sign.
Also today, we speak to a woman whose son was stabbed in Ramsgate town centre.
She says CCTV cameras haven’t made the area any safer, despite Thanet being the CCTV capital of Kent.
A former nurse from Sevenoaks, who has incurable cancer, is urging us to join a fundraising walk tomorrow.
Suzanne Jee is campaigning for assisted dying to be legalised in the UK, as an option for those who are terminally ill.
Warm banks are starting to open across Kent as thousands of people struggle to heat their homes.
The cost of living crisis is thought to have left more than 16 million people across the UK in fuel poverty.
We speak to The City Praise Centre Church in Gravsend, who are hoping to help.
In football, Gillingham travel to take on Doncaster tomorrow.
They’ll be hoping for a better result after a 2-0 loss to Leyton Orient on Tuesday. Hear from defender Elkan Baggott.
Plus, find out WhatsOn across Kent this spooky halloween weekend!