A Chatham man has been found guilty of sending a fake bomb to a Covid vaccine factory in Wrexham.
Anthony Collins, 54, caused the plant to be evacuated when he sent a parcel containing batteries in January.
Hear from our court reporter Paul Hooper who has sat through the trial.
Also in today’s podcast, the deputy Prime Minister’s been defending the government’s efforts to stop asylum seekers crossing the Channel to Kent.
More than 23,000 people have made the dangerous journey in small boats so far this year.
A woman has filmed the moment a bus driver refused to lower a ramp so she could get on board.
Hear the exchange between Anna Morell and the Arriva driver when she tried to get on a 155 service – we’ve also had a statement from the company.
A foodbank in Medway is doing a reverse advent calendar to make sure it’s got enough supplies for families this Christmas.
They’re asking for 24 different items to be donated throughout November to ensure meals can be provided over December and into the new year.
A Ramsgate tea room has caused a debate after shaming a mum online when their baby left a mess under a highchair.
We find out who you think should have to clear it up.
And the parents of a little girl from Rochester who has a rare heart and lung condition are trying to raise money so she can travel to America for surgery.