Investigations are under way after two stabbings in Gillingham.
Hear from reporter Alex Langridge who has spent the morning in the town. It comes just days after a teenager was taken to hospital following a stabbing near Medway Park Leisure Centre.
Also in today’s podcast, after dozens of sewage spills at beaches in Kent, water companies are investing £10 billion to help tackle the problem.
They’ve apologised for not acting quickly enough as figures show more than 300,000 waste releases across the country last year.
Just a year after a multi-million pound leisure centre opened in north Kent, there have been complaints about poor hygiene and rotten toilets.
£20 million was spent on White Oak in Swanley – find out what managers have said.
A Kent homelessness charity has welcomed news so-called no fault evictions are set to be banned.
New laws being put forward would also prevent people being barred from renting if they’re on benefits, keep a pet or have children. We’ve been speaking to Canterbury based Porchlight.
As mental health week continues, bosses of a mental health café in Kent say they’ve been delighted by the public response to their reopening.
The Revival Café in Whitstable was forced to close two years ago but after a community campaign to find it a new home, it’s now trading again as Revival Food and Mood.
And, A dad who set up a football club in a deprived part of Gravesend has been nominated for a local hero award…
Punjab United started out 20 years ago as a group of friends playing in a Sunday league – and has now evolved into a semi-professional side.