Podcast: Whitstable water leak leaves dad battling £3,200 bill

A Canterbury man says he’s faced a seven-month battle after receiving a water bill for more than £3,200.

It’s because of a leak outside his Airbnb property in Whitstable.

A leading Kent charity is again calling for safe and legal routes for refugees after a seven-year-old girl died while trying to cross from northern France.

The boat she was in capsized with 16 people in board.

A Kent campaigner is calling for paid leave for parents who lose a baby in early pregnancy.  

Keeley Lengthorn suffered three miscarriages in three years, but she wasn’t entitled to any time off after her son George was stillborn at 23 weeks.

As we mark 200 years of the RNLI, volunteers in Kent say not everyone understands what they do.

Lifeboat crews are called out to emergencies at sea – but they’re not paid for their work.

A couple from West Malling have been left without their pension for a month after an error by Royal Mail.

Trevor and Christine Wells  paid for their post to be kept in a secure place while they were on holiday, but some if it was accidentally returned to the sender.

A florist in Headcorn is celebrating 25 years of business.

Sweet William was set up by Julia Archer in 1999.

And in football, Gillingham are back in the League Two play-off places after beating Salford City away from home.

Goals from Shad Ogie and Tim Dieng gave the Gills a 2-0 lead in torrential rain and hailstones at the Peninsula Stadium.