Published: 14:48, 22 June 2022
| Updated: 14:48, 22 June 2022
A large sinkhole has opened up on a road in Bexleyheath.
Hear from our reporter at the scene and a man who lives there and heard it happen late last night.
Also in today's podcast, a report's found leadership at the ambulance trust that covers Kent is 'inadequate'.
Inspectors carried out an unannounced visit to SECAmb in February, and raised concerns about inappropriate sexualised behaviour, bullying and harassment.
Hear from the Care Quality Commission.
We've been speaking to Southeastern bosses as talks continue to try and resolve the dispute that's led to this week's rail strikes.
Thousands of workers across Kent and the rest of the country walked out yesterday in a row over pay, conditions and job losses with further industrial action planned for tomorrow and Saturday.
The former Debenhams store on Chatham High Street has been bought for more than £2 million - and could be turned into housing.
Medway Council have purchased the building using money from the government's Future High Streets Fund.
A drag artist who's the face of the very first Tonbridge pride hopes it'll continue to raise awareness of the LGBTQ+ community.
Brandon Austin went viral on socials after doing a 'death drop' dance move during his college graduation.
He's now better known as Sophia Stardust and has been speaking to reporter Laoise Gallagher.
In sport, the Gillingham squad has returned to training ahead of the new season which will see them playing in league two.
And find out which athletes are getting funding as they bid for a place at this summer's Commonwealth games.