Podcast: Northfleet mum vows to keep fighting after third breast cancer diagnosis

A Northfleet woman who’s been diagnosed with breast cancer for a third time is vowing to keep fighting it.

Her family have set up a fundraising page to pay for a new trial treatment which could give her more time to spend with her baby granddaughter.

Also in today’s podcast, it is feared work to improve a busy junction in Maidstone will not solve traffic problems.

The owner of one business says a new one-way system is being set up the wrong way round.

Elsewhere, we have spoken to junior doctors on the picket line as they stage their fourth and final day of strike action.

Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary has been in the county to give us his thoughts on the dispute over pay.

An Ashford man is calling for someone to take responsibility after five trolleys were dumped in a river.

They’re blocking the East Stour along Ashford Road near the Tesco supermarket in Park Farm.

And, we have the latest from Priestfield as the CEO of Gillingham Football Club Paul Fisher stands down.

You can hear from one of the players ahead of this weekend’s league two match against Stockport County.