The owner of a shop in Dover says traffic at the port is impacting trade for town centre businesses.
Robin Burkhardt says lorries are blocking roads and causing issues for residents during the busy summer holiday period.
Also in today’s episode, hear from pupils at Maidstone Grammar School for Girls who are among thousands to pick up their A-Level results.
We have advice from the University of Kent for anyone who did not get the grades they were hoping for.
A protest has been held outside County Hall against plans which could lead to youth services in Kent being cut.
The county council is looking to introduce a new Family Hubs scheme but campaigners say thousands of teenagers will be left with nowhere to go.
There has been a major milestone in work to transform the Stockbury roundabout junction between the M2 and A249.
Concrete bridge beams for the new flyover have been lifted into place by huge cranes as progress continues on the 92 million pound project.
And, football fans have been celebrating across Kent after England made it through to their first ever Women’s World Cup final.
They beat Australia 3-1 and will play Spain on Sunday.