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Rise in number of Kent homes sitting empty as figures reveal more than 6,000 vacant properties

More than 6,000 homes in Kent are sitting empty, according to new figures.

The data also shows the number of vacant properties has increased by around 7% in the past year - that's above the national average.

Also in today's episode, young carers take part in outdoor activities to get a break from their responsibilities, and a former NBA player from Sittingbourne tells us why he wants to inspire the next generation of basketball players.

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