A company near Maidstone that has made trophies for Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton say they face uncertainty over Brexit. But Aford Awards in Bearsted say EU market restricts could cut their profits.
A pony that was found dumped, neglected, and starving on New Year's Eve's been taken in by a rescue charity near Tonbridge. Saroo, the Shetland pony was found near Erith but is now on the road to recovery.
Passengers have voted Kent's train services by Southern and Southeastern as the worst two in Britain. In a survey by Which, the 25 providers across the country were ranked on aspects such as customer satisfaction, value for money and condition of carriages.
There's been more than three and a half thousand reported cases of flytipping in Medway. That's according to new figures from DEFRA which also ranked the area as the third worst in the entire South East for 2017.
A new survey's revealed almost three in five people drink alcohol to cope with the pressures of everyday life. The study by DrinkAware also reveals almost half of people drink alcohol to cheer themselves up in a bad mood. The findings reveal that people experiencing financial worries are drinking to forget their problems or when nervous at a higher rate. Rob Lawrence, from charity Turning Point, joined us in the studio.
Today's the 15th of January - also known as Blue Monday - which is dubbed the most depressing day of the year. It's calculated using a variety of different factors such as gloomy weather, debt levels, failed new year's resolutions and low motivational levels at work. We were joined in the studio by Kerry Turner from KMTV's Charity of the Year, MCCH, to talk about how it has become an annual event.