Tributes have been paid to a dad-of-two who has died in hospital more that seven months after a crash.
Emmanuel Gotora was seriously injured when the car he was driving hit a tree on Dane Valley Road in January.
Also in today’s podcast, two schools in Kent have been forced to close as the crumbling concrete crisis continues.
Palmarsh Primary in Hythe is shut completely – while some students at St James Church of England Primary in Tunbridge Wells won’t be able to attend classes.
Hear from the man in charge of education at the county council.
If you live in Medway you’re going to be asked where thousands of homes could be built.
They’ve been set a target of more than 28,000 by 2040 – which will see the authority come up with what’s known as a local plan.
The deputy leader of the local of the local authority has been explaining more.
It’s 10 years since more than 100 vehicles were involved in a crash on the Sheppey Crossing.
The collision happened in thick fog – but miraculously no one was killed.
Reporter Megan Carr has been speaking to those involved in the collision and emergency crews who were called to help.
And in sport, Gillingham boss Neil Harris has been nominated for the League Two manager of the month award from August.
The Gills won five of their seven games last month.