A woman has been fined £100 after being spotted feeding ducks on a stretch of the River Medway in Tonbridge.
Susan Watson tore up a slice of bread and scattered it into the water before being approached by an enforcement officer.
The council have since admitted they ‘got this one wrong’ and given a refund – find out what some of you have had to say about it.
Also in today’s podcast, ambulance workers in Kent have gone out on strike.
It’s the third time they’ve walked out in recent weeks in an ongoing dispute over pay. We’ve been speaking to the GMB Union.
A Kent man whose dad died as a result of a contaminated blood scandal says he hopes vital lessons will be learned.
Peter Wratten got hepatitis C after being given infected blood products that had been imported from the US – hear from his son Tim.
Final preparations are being made ahead of the opening of what’s set to be one of Kent’s biggest charity shops.
Volunteers have already sorted through three tonnes of donations to the Salvation Army’s new building in Folkestone.
The work of a charity that started out in Kent is now going to be felt across the world.
The Street Soccer Foundation uses football to work with young people and has been endorsed by Commonwealth bosses.
A Higham salon owner has announced she’s finally hanging up her scissors after more than 50 years.
Irene Carter was just 15 when she started an apprenticeship. She’s been speaking to our reporter Alex Langridge.
And in sport, hear from the Gillingham manager following their win in front of a sold-out Priestfield at the weekend.
It finished 1-0 against Crawley Town thanks to a goal from captain Shaun Williams in the second half.