Published: 15:56, 21 September 2021
| Updated: 15:56, 21 September 2021
People living in Seasalter have hit a nerve with those on Sheppey after making a jibe at the island.
Residents claim plans to expand a holiday park with more than 90 new mobile homes would make the seaside village near Whitstable 'become like Sheppey'.
That's not gone down well with people who call the 'sunkissed isle' home - including our reporter John Nurden. Hear what he had to say.
Also in today's podcast, a Kent woman's spoken about being groomed online when she was barely a teenager.
'Chloe' was targeted by men who claimed to be the same age as her. She only realised they were much older when she spoke to them via web-cam.
She's now a mum herself, and is urging the government to make child protection a priority in their Online Safety Bill.
We've been finding out what work is being done in Maidstone to tackle fly-tippers.
There were almost 3,000 cases in the county town last year - that's more than 8 reports every day.
And, as Bake Off returns to our screens tonight, we've been catching up with Chetna Makan from Broadstairs who made the semi-finals back in 2014.