A teenager’s died after reportedly getting trapped in equipment at a funfair in Dover.
Emergency crews were called to Pencester Gardens just after 7.30am.
Hear from our reporter Alex Jee who has been at the scene.
Also in today’s podcast, there’s going to be a hosepipe ban in Kent.
South East Water is bringing in the restrictions because it’s been so hot and we’ve had hardly any rain.
It’ll come into effect at midnight next Friday, August 12th.
A Medway mum-to-be who felt a lump in her breast while three months pregnant is urging anyone who notices something different with their body to get it checked.
Kim Rackley ended up having to have her baby early by c-section after noticing the lump had got significantly bigger.
The 30-year-old from Gillingham has now had a mastectomy and is undergoing chemotherapy and has been speaking to reporter Alex Langridge.
The KentOnline Podcast has been told the idea of setting up warm banks for people struggling to afford heating is just a “sticking plaster” solution.
We’ve learned some authorities in Kent are considering the idea, as gas and electricity bills continue to soar.
We’ve been speaking to Martin Ward from Canterbury Food Bank.
Police have apologised after raiding the home of a 75 year-old woman after mistakenly thinking is was the home of a violent rapist.
Margaret Rose has spoken of the ordeal.
And, Commonwealth gold medalist Johnboy Smith hopes he can inspire people from all backgrounds to give sport a try.
The 32-year-old from Gravesend is the first member of the Romany community to represent Team England and won the wheelchair marathon at the weekend.