Podcast: Maidstone driver had to fight to prove his car was ULEZ compliant after being told by TfL he would be charged

A Maidstone man who had to prove his car was compliant with ULEZ regulations is questioning how many other people have been wrongly charged.

Edward Paul went onto the TfL website, and was told he’d have to pay an emissions charge to drive his 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan to Heathrow Airport.

Also in today’s episode, several flood alerts are in force across Kent after heavy rain over the weekend.

More weather warnings for strong wind and torrential downpours have also been issued as Storm Ciaran approaches.

A young woman from Herne Bay who went missing more than 50 times as a teenager is sharing her story in a bid to help others.

Jade Knight was struggling with her physical and mental health and says she was “addicted” to running away from home.

A photographer from Folkestone who only has one arm says she’s never let her disability stop her from succeeding.

27 year-old Jen Read started started taking pictures of her pets, before moving on to wildlife photography during lockdown.

In football, the Gillingham Supporters’ Club say they’re at Priestfield this season.

A man was arrested on suspicion of a racially-aggravated public order offence during the game against Newport on Saturday.

And, we’ve been hearing more about plans for a former Premiership rugby club to make a ‘once in a generation’ move to Kent.

Wasps are in talks to relocate to Sevenoaks, and are considering building a new stadium in the area.