Kent Strictly Come Dancing stars James and Ola Jordan say they’ve found themselves “homeless” after meeting with a “very rude” landlord.
James posted on Instagram saying he’s searching for somewhere to live for six months before moving into a new home with his wife and two-year-old daughter.
Also today, a mum says she’d rather sleep in a car than in what she says is ‘mouldy’ temporary accommodation in Ashford.
Jade Connor and her four-month-old son are now homeless after rejecting the property.
Our reporter explains the story.
The man who oversees the running of Kent Police has admitted the 101 call system needs to improve.
It’s after we were told in some cases it was taking up to 40 minutes for a call to be answered, while other people who’d dialled simply gave up.
The number is meant to be used to report non-emergency matters like suspicious behaviour.
Hear from Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Scott, and charity Victim Support.
People living on an estate in Dover say they’re ‘worried and unnerved’ after an asylum seeker walking into a woman’s house.
It happened in Aycliffe with the man demanding to use a phone and be driven to Manchester.
Carly Bishop lives in the area and spoke to our reporter.
Environmental campaigners in Kent are welcoming Rishi Sunak’s decision to re-introduce a ban on fracking.
The move is in line with the Conservatives’ 2019 manifesto.
But, Tonbridge Green Councillor Mark Hood still has concerns.
Meanwhile, a man leading a delegation from Canterbury to Cop27 is urging the King to attend.
It’s being reported Charles has decided not to travel to Egypt for the climate conference next month.
Dr Carl Wright is chair of the Canterbury Climate Action Partnership told the KentOnline Podcast why he wants to see him there.
And, it’s hoped thousands of pounds will be raised for charity thanks to an incredibly spooky house in Medway.
The property has been decorated – with a giant spider on the outside – for Halloween.
Our reporter has been along to meet Kieron King who created it.