Podcast: Concerns about catapult attacks after cars, properties and animals targeted

A Sheppey man has had to cancel an important hospital appointment about his cancer treatment after his vehicle was targeted in a suspected catapult attack.

Residents on the island are concerns the problem is getting worse, with properties and animals also being targeted.

Also in today’s episode, hear from a Tunbridge Wells dad who is caught up in the devastating wildfires in Greece.

British tourists have been forced to leave their hotels and are desperately trying to get a flight back home.

There are concerns about the number of new houses being built near Sittingbourne, as residents struggle with poor phone signal.

People living in Iwade say they hardly ever have 4G, and sat navs even stop working as you drive through the village.

The architect behind controversial designs for two new tower blocks in Folkestone has defended how they look.

They’re part of plans for 600 homes on the harbour arm along with shops and leisure facilities.

And, a Sevenoaks man has been telling us about his mission to cycle to all 92 English Football League stadiums.

Danny Brazenell is raising money for Great Ormond Street Hospital after it cared for his niece who had cancer.