A mum says she faces a round trip of almost 100 miles to get her son to school after ticking the wrong box on his application form.
K’leigh Allman has admitted she made a mistake but thinks the council could have done more to alert her.
The confusion came because there is a Minster on Sheppey and also one in Thanet which is more than 40 miles away.
Also in today’s podcast, a Dartford man, whose dad was stabbed to death, has launched a campaign to get bleed control kits put in as many places as possible.
Matt Lane watched as his dad bled to death after being attacked by a gang outside their home.
Families in part of Folkestone say they’re being forced to live in squalor as their properties are infested with rats.
One mum has even had to move out of the flats at Neame Court over fears her baby could eat poison left out for the rodents.
Hear from three women who live there and find out what the local authority are doing.
Bosses at Kent’s biggest shopping centre have been telling the podcast how they’re adapting to cope with changes to spending habits.
It’s more than 20 years since Bluewater first opened in a disused quarry near Dartford.
Football, and the Gillingham man is assuring fans they’re working hard to sign a couple of new strikers.
The Gills lost 2-0 to Millwall in a pre-season friendly at Priestfield on Saturday. Hear from Neil Harris.
As we continue the countdown to Paris next year, a Kent Paralympian says more still needs to be done to raise the profile of disabled sport.
Will Bayley won two silver medals in the table tennis in Tokyo, and is hoping for gold at the next Games.