Maidstone United are through to the last 16 of the FA Cup after an incredible 2-1 win over Championship side Ipswich Town at the weekend.
Hear from fans and manager George Elokobi on an historic day at Portman Road.
Also in today’s podcast, campaigners say the closure of Kent’s libraries could still be on the cards despite a u-turn from the council.
Last week we told you how sites could be shut in a bid to save money before bosses backtracked on that idea. However, some still fear for the future of Kent’s libraries – we’ve been speaking to Hannah Temple who is the Green Party candidate for Faversham and Mid Kent.
The Dover MP is calling for a COP style system to deal with global migration.
Natalie Ephicke’s been speaking on the new Kent Politics Podcast on how to stop asylum seekers in small boats from crossing the Channel.
A Kent campaigner’s told the KentOnline podcast the ban on disposable vapes is “long overdue”.
Rishi Sunak’s announcing a new law which will also restrict some flavours of e-cigarettes, and make the packaging less appealing to children. We’ve got reaction from Lib Dem councillor Tony Harwood.
Drivers say ‘ridiculously high’ speed bumps at Canterbury Retail Park are damaging their cars.
They were installed outside Curry’s last month to slow people down.
A grieving dad from Medway had labelled parking enforcement bosses ‘heartless’ after they refused to rescind his fine – despite being told his daughter had just died.
Derek Webb was given a penalty notice after accidentally parking on double yellow lines for 10 minutes at the Gillingham Business Park.
And in sport, Gillingham’s Head Coach Stephen Clemence says too many opportunities were wasted in their 2-1 defeat against MK Dons.