Find dozens of local restaurants offering £10 discounts

The Government has launched a restaurant finder where you can search for businesses participating in the ‘eat out to help out’ voucher...

Police seek information on shoplifting and assault in Sturry

Kent Police has released CCTV images of three men who may be able to assist their enquiries into a sholifting and assault...

Choirmaster’s pride as student stuns judges on ‘The Voice Kids’

A Canterbury Cathedral chorister has wowed judge Paloma Faith on ITV's 'The Voice Kids'. James Hodgkinson, 12, performed a...

Passengers walk away from Herne Bay helicopter crash

A helicopter was forced to make an emergency crash landing in a field near Herne Bay, with all of those on board...

Deaths at East Kent Hospitals reach highest in the country

65 people have died from Covid-19 across the East Kent Hospitals Trust during the last month - the highest number in...

Kent County Council faces tough decisions in budget crisis

Kent County Council is facing a shortfall of £40-£50 million in the year 2020-21.

Church should review battle memorials say local residents

More than forty local residents have written a letter to the Cathedral requesting that memorials to the casualties of the Battle of...

Graduation ceremonies forced online

The University of Kent will be holding virtual graduation ceremonies

Canterbury MP calls for action on nitrous oxide canisters

Rosie Duffield, MP for Canterbury, is calling for a review of the classification of nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas.

A sneak peek inside new medical centre

Welcome to the new look Canterbury medical centre

Insulate our homes: save money and cut fuel poverty

Fuel poverty would effectively be ended for poorer families if proposals are adopted by Canterbury City Council tonight

Fast food fans rejoice as Canterbury McDonald’s reopen

It's a limited menu only for the moment

Final decision on giant solar park due this week

The controversial project includes batteries that could explode with the force of a nuclear bomb

Canterbury City Council could cut millions from its costs without cutting...

The council should take its lead from Twitter

Council votes to limit democracy

The rationale is that the council needs streamlined decision-making

If lockdown gets you down, why not hunt for treasure?

This treasure hunt with a twist is something you can enjoy at home.

Resilience

Business psychologist Katie Hilton on how to deal with feeling overwhelmed.

Notes from a ghost town: Canterbury in lockdown

Commentator James Taylor takes a reflective stroll along the High Street

East Kent Housing to close forever in September

Staff will transfer out on the last day of the month

Will Canterbury be a retail wasteland after lockdown ends?

THE WILSON PERSPECTIVE: coronavirus meets pubs, universities and shops