Podcast: Families consider judicial review after two new mums die with herpes

The families of two women who died shortly after having c-sections at two hospitals in east Kent say an inquest still hasn’t brought closure.

Samantha Mulcahy and Kimberley Sampson contracted infections caused by the herpes virus after being operated on by the same surgeon.

Also in today’s episode, it has been confirmed east Kent will not be getting a new hospital, after a bid for funding was unsuccessful.

The trust wanted £460 million but has failed to make a government shortlist. Medway has also missed out.

There is disappointment for residents in Faversham as the Morrisons store in the town is closing down.

Bosses say its performance is not sustainable, and they are planning to sell the building.

A rare bird that has been extinct in Kent for more than 200 years has been reintroduced in Dover.

The red-billed chough is part of the crow family, and a group has been released in a secret location near the White Cliffs as part of a conservation project.

And, we might have found the perfect solution for people who want to do a cycling tour around Kent without getting too tired.

Our reporter has been trying out an electric bike as he visits various cricket grounds in the county.