Podcast: Woman keyed cars parked on pavements in Sevenoaks causing thousands of pounds worth of damage

A woman who keyed cars in Sevenoaks because they were parked on pavements, caused thousands of pounds worth of damage.

Find out what happened when the 62-year-old appeared in court for sentencing after admitting criminal damage.

Also in today’s podcast, an NHS worker says he’s having to live in his car after being made homeless in Gravesend.

Bogumil Kusiba works for the London Ambulance Service in Bexley and is now having to live in his Volkeswagon Fox. He’s been speaking to reporter Alex Langridge.

Several flood alerts are still in force across Kent after all the heavy rain we’ve had recently.

River levels remain high in areas including Ashford, Canterbury, Maidstone and Edenbridge.

A Kent homelessness charity says it won’t be able to run it’s shelter this winter due to rising costs.

Catching Lives in Canterbury helps rough sleepers, and normally offers a warm and safe place for them to stay during the cold nights from December to February.

It’s been ten years since a huge fire destroyed a family run business in Tenterden High Street.

The Webb family were forced to watch as their life’s work was reduced to rubble on bonfire night in 2013 – reporter Alex Jee has been speaking to the company director.

Garry and Chelsea from the breakfast show on our sister radio station kmfm have officially launched the Give a Gift campaign for 2023.

Last year’s appeal collected more than 10,000 toys to give to children in hospitals, care facilities and in less fortunate situations.

Gillingham are through to the second round of the FA Cup after a 2-0 win over Hereford.

It was a great start for new manager Stephen Clemence who has only been in the role since last Wednesday. Hear what he had to say after the game.