Tributes have been paid to a young woman who died in a crash in Canterbury.
Lucy Billingham, 18, was a passenger in a Ford Fiesta that ploughed into a pub in the early hours of Saturday.
We have the latest on the police investigation.
Also in today’s podcast, a mum from Chatham has been given compensation after living with a mouse infestation for years.
Laura Clout says her three-storey property in Hardstown has been riddled with mice since she moved in seven years ago.
A butcher from Medway has been reduced to tears over the cost of living crisis.
Hear from the manager of Denis Hills Quality Butcher in Strood who is worried about the impact of rising energy bills.
The KentOnline Podcast has been told how care homes in Kent are losing staff to McDonald’s and Aldi because of poor pay and low morale.
Now there are calls for extra funding to make the job more attractive and reduce the need to call in expensive agency staff.
A former department store in Kent has been given a new lease of life as a family entertainment centre.
Husband and wife entrepreneurs Alex and Monique Souter started a panic room in Gravesend in 2016 and have now converted the former BHS in the town.
The first presents donated by you to kmfm’s Give a Gift appeal are being delivered across the county.
They’ll be going to children in hospital or care and to children’s charities this festive season.
And in sport, hear from the Gillingham manager following their 3-0 defeat to Salford City at the weekend.