Published: 13:06, 17 July 2019
The cost of fuel in parts of Kent is almost 8p above the UK average, according to our research.
We've looked at 170 petrol stations across the county and also found the price of a litre of unleaded can vary by up to 13p.
Also in today's episode, a charity says schools can play a vital role in making refugees feel part of the community, the next Prime Minister's being urged to continue investing in north Kent, and a man's dumped three months of uncollected rubbish outside a council office building.
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