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People in parts of Kent have been left without water on one of the hottest days of the year so far.

Taps ran dry in and around Coxheath as supplies struggled to cope with demand. Hear from one resident who is worried it could happen again this summer. We has also had a response from South East Water.

Also in today’s podcast, a court’s heard how a man ran off and left his children in their pushchair after being caught shoplifting in Aylesford.

Police are continuing to question a man on suspicion of murder following the death of a man near a holiday park on Sheppey.

There’s been a big rise in the number of businesses in Kent that have gone bust since before the pandemic.

A Sittingbourne trader has vowed to continue selling replica guns in his store, despite calls for them to be banned following a rise in anti-social behaviour in the town.

Figures seen by the podcast show more than 1,000 went into liquidation in the four years since 2019. We’ve been getting analysis from Tudor Price from the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce.

A Herne Bay dad has been telling us how a can of coke could save someone’s life

, as we mark Diabetes Awareness Week.

Karl Royer was diagnosed with Type 1 when he was just eight-year-olds, and has an insulin pump to help manage his blood sugar levels.

And, the final story on today’s podcast is quite remarkable.

The family of Dartford teenager, who once suffered up to six epileptic seizures every ten seconds, have described how his life was completely changed after undergoing a new treatment.