Podcast: Herne Bay residents angry after bright red road markings appear as part of new 20mph zone

Large patches of red paint on roads in Herne Bay as part of a new 20 mile per hour zone have been branded ‘ugly and lurid’.

The markings have appeared at nine junctions in the town.

The boss of a dairy farm near Dover has been telling us about the huge financial impact of the Bluetongue outbreak.

A control zone’s been in force after the virus was identified in cows in Canterbury back in November.

12,000 people have now signed a petition calling for courses at the University of Kent to be saved.

Last month we told you a consultation’s underway into plans to stop running nine of them – and cutting almost 60 staff.

A former English teacher from Tunbridge Wells has written a book inspired by her experience in a cult.

Anthea Church spent 20 years in group Brahma Kumaris.

A business owner has revealed why he has decided to expand into a high street despite shops closing throughout the county at an alarming rate.

Compton’s Kitchens started in Faversham about 12 years ago and is now launching its third showroom in Tenterden.

And a gluten-intolerant baker who struggled to find her passion in life has finally opened her own store.

Mia Dahl recently launched a traditional Danish bakery called “Blomst” on Hartnup Street in Maidstone.