Podcast: Police investigate stabbings in Third Avenue and Byron Road in Gillingham

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.