In today’s podcast, a woman who purchased puppies from a breeder says she’s devastated after one died just nine hours after he got dropped off. Our reporter, Charlotte Phillips has the details.
For the first time since July last year – house prices in the South East have failed to rise in monthly terms. Nationwide says they’re unchanged from August, but are still almost 10.5% higher than in September 2021. We speak to a mortgage advisor in Rochester.
There are calls for an alleyway near Sittingbourne to be blocked off because of antisocial behaviour.
People living near the cut-through in Murston say they’re living in fear, after reports of people deliberately starting fires and using catapults to smash windows. We speak to a resident and a councillor in the area.
There are more rail strikes tomorrow. There will be no southeastern train services running all day, with the advice being not to travel. However, it’s left some people concerned how they’re going to get to the London Marathon which is taking place this weekend.
We hear from John Halsall from Network Rail.
And in football, Gillingham are still in desperate need of a win as they welcome Sutton United to Priestfield this weekend. We speak to the Gills boss.