The Journal’s resident ‘Down From London’ correspondent visits a butcher
The authority will be discussing its approach to rubbish dumped on private or unadopted roads.
The Bright Bricks company is bringing its show to Canterbury.
The result could trigger a general election.
The aim is to reduce anti-social behaviour.
It will be the Canterbury Model Railway Society’s 30th exhibition.
The accolades will be awarded at a ceremony later this month.
Repairs to the Wincheap railway bridge are causing significant delays
Milton Boland sang to over 2,000 locals in the city centre
The area around the West station has sparked intense debate about its use.
Work on the scheme is due to begin next month.
But Concern for Health in East Kent insists a new hospital for Canterbury is a priority.
An early starting shot has been fired ahead of the forthcoming Canterbury City Council elections.
The city council has signed an agreement with a green energy firm.
There will be reduced prices on beer, cider, wine and soft drinks.
250 Canterbury citizens participated in a ‘Pilgrimage for Clean Air’ on the 848th anniversary of the martyrdom
The Wilson Perspective: Representative democracy must become more representative and more democratic, argues Dave Wilson.
Alex Lister says there is only one way anyone can get what they want
The national broadcaster needs a complete overhaul, says Bob Britnell.
The Wilson Perspective. Dave Wilson casts a wry eye over claims that the city’s Labour Party is in thrall to radicals.