A teenager has been taken to hospital following a stabbing in Gravesend.
It happened near a Tesco in the town centre. We have the latest as a 37-year-old man is arrested.
Also in today’s podcast, Kent is now officially in a drought.
It’s been the driest summer for 50 years – we get reaction from Maidstone Green councillor Stuart Jeffery.
A hosepipe ban for a large part of Kent has also come into force, but residents in part of Ashford say a water leak near their homes hasn’t been fixed for weeks
Hear what they had to say.
A vigil’s been held for a father and daughter who died in a suspected hit-and-run in Ramsgate.
78-year-old Yoram Hirshfeld and 40-year-old Noga Sella were knocked down by a car and killed in Leopold Street on Wednesday night.
Bosses at Canterbury’s only gar bar say they’ll fight to stay open as they face a licence review.
Police are urging the city council to examine the operating conditions at Limes Lounge in Rosemary Lane following dozens of call-outs over the last year.
We’ve spoken to the co-owner.
The KentOnline Podcast can reveal the most popular destinations for Kent holidaymakers this summer.
And in sport, hear from Gillingham’s new co-chairman.
Paul Fisher has been speaking about why he took on the job and his hopes for the future.