Podcast: Investigation launched by Canterbury City Council after man films refuse workers mixing cardboard and glass recycling

An investigation has been launched by council bosses in Canterbury after refuse workers were filmed mixing recycling.

It comes despite the authority warning residents they wouldn’t collect any loads that had been contaminated with the wrong waste.

Also in today’s cost, an Ashford man has described how the block of flats where he lives is being destroyed by anti-social behaviour.

Trey Walker says graffiti, arson, drug use and criminal damage at The Panarama has got worse since security staff were taken away in December. He’s been speaking to our reporter Sam Lennon.

Tributes have been paid to 20-year-old man who died after a car crashed into a roundabout in Ashford.

Mati Tabaka – who’s from the town – has been named locally as the victim of the collision at Bad Munstereifel Road in the early hours of Sunday.

A Kent MP is calling for a long-term plan to make the most of nuclear power in Britain.

Greg Clark says we need a diverse energy supply including renewables to reduce our dependence on imports from countries like Russia.

Kent’s first new railway station in eight years has opened for the first time today.

Thanet Parkway, at Cliffsend between Ramsgate and Minster, has cost more than £35 million to build. Hear from the man in charge of Southeastern and also one of the bosses at Network Rail.

You can also hear about more donations being made to the Tonnes of Tins appeal being run on our sister radio station kmfm.

And, the Gillingham boss has been speaking about their pre-season friendly win at the weekend.

The side beat Dagenham and Redbridge as they get ready to get the season under way at Stockport on Saturday.