In today’s podcast, police in Maidstone have been criticised over their failure to deal with off-road bikers.
One resident, from Longfield Place in the town, says the anti-social behaviour is making her life a misery. We’ve got the details from our reporter, Lucy.
Also today, a bakery in Herne Bay has been given a zero hygiene rating after ants and flies were seen crawling on food.
A report raised serious concerns about the cleanliness of Bayked in Richmond Street.
An agreement’s been reached to save a number of school bus services in Kent that were due to be cut.
Some companies previously announced that certain routes were unviable because of financial pressures and a drop in passenger numbers. We speak to the leader of Kent County Council.
Former Strictly contestant HRVY’s been on the Hit List with Numi on KMFM. The 23 year-old, who’s from Kent, finished as runner-up on the dancing show in 2020 – and is also a YouTuber and singer.
He’s been chatting all about his new single ‘I Wish I could Hate you’. We’ve got the highlights in todays podcast.
And, hear from our Sports reporter Luke Cawdell, ahead of Gillingham’s game against Charlton in the EFL Trophy tonight.
The Gills will be hoping for a better performance, following another disappointing defeat in the League at Carlisle at the weekend.