Podcast: Pub boss says councils should let venues open early for the Women’s World Cup final

Councils are being urged to do everything in their power to let pubs open early for the Women’s World Cup final.

Hear from a Thanet pub boss amid fears licensing issues could stop some venues from welcoming customers until an hour after the game starts.

Also in today’s podcast, a man in his 50s has died after getting hit by a car near Tunbridge Wells.

The driver of a silver Mercedes was also taken to hospital with minor injuries following the collision on the A26 London Road in Southborough.

A supermarket in Herne Bay has divided opinion after revealing it is going to shut for almost a week to make half of its tills self-service.

Our reporter has been chatting to shoppers at Aldi to find out what they think of the plans.

Several events are taking place this weekend including a parade for Medway Pride and the Folkestone Air Display.

The Red Arrows will be performing at the seafront, and we have a roundup of other places you can go with the family.

And in football, Gillingham will be looking to make it four wins out of four in League 2 this weekend as.

The Gills are travelling to take on Crawley Town, who are also undefeated so far this season.