A rogue builder from Chatham who took money for jobs he never finished has been ordered to pay back more than £8,000.
One of the people scammed by Oliver Hooper-Ross turned detective on Facebook to find other victims and make sure justice was served.
Also in today’s episode, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner has called for more prisons to be built to tackle current overcrowding.
Matthew Scott says the system needs more capacity to deal with the number of charges being brought by officers.
An engineer from Kent has been telling us how his apprenticeship has helped him in his career .
Nick Letham is working at National Grid but says not many young people know the programmes are even an option.
The first ever Youth Festival in Dover is taking place this half term.
Future Foundry, which helps young people set up businesses and events, are taking over a large space in the Charlton Centre to stage eight days of activities.
And in football, we’ve chatting to the Sheppey United captain after they made it through to the first round of the FA Cup.
They beat Billericay on penalties on Tuesday night.