Tributes have been paid to a woman from Rainham who died when two buses collided outside Victoria railway station in London.
Investigations are still taking place to try and work out what caused the collision that killed Melissa Barr on Tuesday.
Also in today’s podcast, GCSE results are out.
Like A-levels, they’ve been decided by teacher assessments rather than exams which were cancelled because of the pandemic.
The percentage of students getting the top grades has gone up – hear from students and teachers at schools in Maidstone.
A homeless charity is concerned there could be a surge in the number of people in Kent who end up homeless when the furlough scheme ends.
The payments to help firms cover workers’ wages will be phased out completely by next month.
If the cloud stays away we should be able to see a meteor shower in Kent tonight – a University of Kent expert has details on exactly what to look out for.
And, the Gillingham boss says he’s hoping to add to his squad after pulling in a favour from a premier league side.