Podcast: Tributes paid to fatal crash victim who was due to become a dad

Tributes are being paid to a 20-year-old man who died in a crash on Romney Marsh at the weekend.

Charlie Dwyer was due to become a dad, and has been described as “kindhearted and  a “loveable rogue”.

Also in today’s episode, figures have revealed the scale of online grooming in Kent, with more than 1,000 cases recorded in the county since 2017.

The NSPCC say most were preventable, and they are urging MPs to back the new Online Safety Bill when it finally comes back to the Commons.

There has been a rise in unemployment in Kent, according to stats out today.

A record increase in wages has also led to concerns about interest rates going up again.

A £1.25 million pound transformation to a market square in Sandwich has been met with mixed opinions.

Our reporter has been out chatting to residents and stallholders to find out what they make of the new design.

And in football, Gillingham are looking to continue their winning start to the season as they travel to take on Sutton United.

Gills boss Neil Harris has been telling us why he thinks they will be a tough team to beat.