Podcast: Ashford residents feel trapped in own homes as Stagecoach cuts services from Little Burton estate

People living on an estate in Ashford say they feel trapped in their own homes after a bus service was suddenly scrapped.

Stagecoach says it’s made the decision not to serve the Little Burton estate because of a fall in passenger numbers. Hear from one resident who relied on the bus, and we’ve got a response from the company.

Also in today’s podcast, the home secretary’s urging tech companies to improve online safety, following a visit to Kent Police.

Suella Braverman’s been to the digital forensics lab in Maidstone.

A financial report’s revealed Medway Council is ‘very likely’ to go bankrupt.

The Labour group, who have been in charge since May, have been told the authority could be in serious trouble if action isn’t taken. Hear from leader Vince Maple and former leader Alan Jarrett. You can also watch a report on KMTV.

A Kent dad has been explaining how a kidney transplant changed his life, as we mark Organ Donation Week.

Steve Eames from Sandwich was diagnosed with kidney disease 16 years ago.

A building in Dover that was used by Banksy for one of his most famous works is being demolished.

And,  Kent’s Zak Crawley is leading a new look England team for the first time today.

They are taking on Ireland in three one-day games.