Firefighters have been tackling a large fire in a building at Whitstable Harbour.
Crews were called at around 1.30pm – hear from our reporter Lydia Chantler-Hicks at the scene.
Meantime, there’s been disruption in Gravesend following a blaze at a former pub.
Aerial footage shows the roof of the building on Queen Street has collapsed.
Also in today’s podcast, ahead of schools breaking up for half term tomorrow, we’re being warned there could be major disruption on Kent’s roads as people look to get away.
Highways bosses are predicting lorries will need to queue within Operation Brock on the M20.
Hear from Toby Howe who is part of the Kent Resilience Forum.
Eight million low-income households are getting a one-off payment of £650 to help with the rise in the cost of living.
The Chancellor’s been detailing measures in the House of Commons, to support the most vulnerable.
Friends of a Kent teenager who was murdered while walking to meet a friend have paid tribute at the opening of a new centre named in her memory.
16-year-old Claire Tiltman was attacked in an alleyway in Greenhithe back in 1993.
A new 145-mile cycling route is being launched in Kent.
It starts and ends in the village of Wye near Ashford with the people behind it saying it’s the perfect introduction to cycling tourism – we’ve been speaking to Cycling UK.
And, ahead of next week’s long weekend, the first of many Jubilee street parties has been held in Kent.
Hundreds of school children gathered in Gravesend along with people from the town celebrating their 70th birthdays.