Parents of disabled children say they are being “pushed out” by a Kent zoo after new restrictions were placed on carer passes.
Rule changes at Wingham Wildlife Park have left some families concerned they won’t be able to afford to take their kids.
Also in today’s podcast, the government’s Rwanda scheme is back in the national spotlight today – there’ll be a debate over amendments in the commons ahead of a vote tomorrow.
A Kent charity is calling for the scheme to be scrapped completely following the death of five asylum seekers in the Channel over the weekend.
The Church is facing a huge backlash over plans to build 23 homes between an A-road and ancient woodland near Tenterden.
Those backing the proposals say it will “make a positive contribution” to the community but critics says it’s going to make the A28 a “nightmare”.
You can find out which Kent councils have the highest level of debt.
News figures also show where money is being spent across the county.
And a supermarket cafe in Kent has been told to clean up its act after inspectors found evidence of mice in the kitchen.
The eatery was also told it needed to tackle poor food hygiene after they were found to be keeping food past its use-by date.