Podcast: Storm Isha brings strong winds to Kent with fallen trees, rail disruption and power cuts

There has been major disruption in Kent because of Storm Isha, with strong winds bringing down trees causing power cuts and travel disruption.

Kent County Council say they are concerned about the growing cost of extreme weather conditions so far this winter.

Also in today’s episode, a woman who was told a lump in her breast was “nothing to worry about” has now been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer.

29-year-old Leonie Botten is trying to raise money for potentially life-saving treatment in America.

A couple from Hythe who lost their baby boy shortly after he was born are raising money to help other bereaved parents.

Amber Buckingham and Ally Painting managed to spend time with Beaux because of a cold cot, and they want to make sure every hospital has one.

Dozens of libraries across Kent could be closed to save money.

The council has announced plans to consult on offloading some of the buildings as they aim to balance the budget books over the next few years.

A Canterbury man says he is determined to keep driving even after reaching a milestone birthday.

Eric Dixon recently turned 100 but still loves getting behind the wheel.

And in football, Gillingham have had to settle for a draw against League 2 strugglers Forest Green Rovers.

Hear from head coach Stephen Clemence, who says he is disappointed after the match.