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Podcast: Fears ‘do-not-swim’ warnings on St Mary’s Bay and Littlestone beaches could be in place for years

Seafront traders thrown into “turmoil” by do-not-swim warnings on two Kent beaches fear they could remain in place for years.

The water on the Romney Marsh has been found to contain high levels of a bacterium that indicates the presence of human faeces.

Also in today's podcast, a Maidstone mum has been left stunned after all her possessions were moved to a storage unit more than 60 miles away after a vehicle ploughed into her home.

Allana Spencer is currently living in temporary accommodation with her young daughter after their house suffered extensive damage.

A popular music festival held in memory of a murdered in Medway will be coming to an end this year.

Molly McLaren was killed in June 2017 in the car park of the Dockside Outlet shopping centre by her ex-boyfriend.

A family-run garden centre that was put on the market last year for £5 million has been sold to new owners with fresh plans.

They'll be working to open a mini golf course and a nursery alongside the existing complex.

And in football, you can hear from the Gillingham boss after their League 2 win over the weekend.

Stephen Clemence says he's pleased to see a reaction from his squad after they faced criticism.

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