Climate campaigners have been causing disruption on the M25 after climbing onto gantries over the motorway.
The action was staged by Just Stop Oil protesters just weeks after they forced the closure of the QE2 bridge at the Dartford crossing.
It comes as world leaders gather at the Cop27 climate summit in Egypt to discuss what can be done to tackle global warming.
Also in today’s podcast, another protest has been held outside an asylum processing centre in Maston.
Hundreds of people gathered at the site in Thanet yesterday afternoon, with many calling for it to be shut down.
The former Home Secretary has also admitted he was given legal advice about the way the centre was operating.
A woman is recovering from an unprovoked attack in a Folkestone alleyway that left her covered in blood.
Eliza Eastland was walking home just after half 7 at night when she felt someone was following her. She’s been speaking to our reporter Rhys Griffiths.
The sister of a Dartford woman who took her own life is calling for all domestic violence-linked suicides to be registered on a national database. Hear from a councillor who’s been supporting Gemma Robinson’s family.
Dozens of volunteers have been building beds to make sure children living in poverty in Thanet have somewhere to sleep.
An event’s taken place at the Discovery Park in Sandwich.
For the first time ever, if you live in Canterbury you’re going to have to pay to visit the cathedral.
Permits giving residents free access to the Precinct are going to be scrapped in the new year – but some have concerns.
And in sport, Gillingham are in the draw for the second round of the FA Cup – but they face a first round replay.
It finished 1-1 against non-league AFC Fylde at the weekend. Manager Neil Harris shared his thoughts after the game.