Podcast: Nurse refuses to pay housing estate service charge for four years

A Whitstable woman is refusing to pay her housing estate service charge despite being threatened with legal action.

Christine Curtis has been withholding the charge for four years, because of a lack of maintenance and repairs.

Eight chicks have died near Canterbury after a roadworks notice was posted into a letterbox despite clear warnings the birds were nesting inside.

Residents in Staple taped up the letterbox slot and wrote “birds nesting” so post would be left elsewhere.

A farmer near Maidstone says more and more landowners are having to sell to developers as the industry is in decline.

Climate change, a lack of seasonal workers after Brexit and low supermarket prices are said to be driving farmers away.

A Gravesend taxi driver who been left unable to work due to new DBS checks says he is no longer able to support his family.

Kaneshka Morady would send his earnings to his daughter in Afghanistan who is living under the strict rule of the Taliban.

A former butchers shop in Deal is set to become a fishmongers and street food bar.

JC Rook & Sons closed its unit on the high street after falling into administration two years ago.

And, yhe producer of a new movie filmed entirely in Kent says the county has some great locations to offer.

Crews have been shooting scenes in Sandwich, Maidstone and Rochester for sci-fi thriller “It’s Okay to Go Back To Sleep”.