Published: 15:31, 22 March 2021
| Updated: 16:31, 22 March 2021
In today's podcast, we hear from a paperboy from Medway who saved a 94-year-old woman's life, after noticing she hadn't picked up her newspapers for three days.
Liam Apps, 15, was so worried about her he went back to her home after school to investigate.
It's not known how long the lady had been injured but she suffered a deep cut to her leg.
Also in the podcast, the Care Minister and MP for Faversham, Helen Whately, is calling for the UK and EU to "work together" to ensure the UK's Covid vaccine supply is not impacted.
A Kent charity says new immigration plans won't stop people making dangerous journeys across the Channel.
There are calls for an amendment to the government's new crime legislation, to include tougher sentences for child cruelty offences.
And, the Gillingham boss believes his side is good enough to win the League One play-offs - if they get there.