Canterbury to get its Christmas ice rink

After a number of false starts, it's finally coming

Reduce emissions, take the bus

Could Canterbury's buses be as popular as San Francisco's trams asks Neasa MacErlean

Preview: Oceans Festival 2019

Find out how life in our oceans is under threat

Review: Motown

The Journal gets groovy at the Marlowe

Park & Ride to trial electric bus

The council is taking steps to meet its climate change targets

High Speed Views: Mondays

It's hard to go back to work this week

Are the rats on their way out in Thanington?

The rats don't make the council look very good

High Speed Views: Victory?

We commuters are a stoical lot not given to grumbling. Sort of.

Review: The Great Hack

Our resident reviewer analyses the groundbreaking Netflix documentary

Vegan burger name row reveals hypocrisy of the meat industry

Meat producers don't like the use of 'burger' or 'sausage' for vegan products.

IBM says that Canterbury’s air quality is good — but it’s...

The true picture is much more alarming

High speed views: HS2

Will HS2 bring the same benefits as HS1

Buses: will they become a lifeline for our villages again?

Cutting bus services leaves vulnerable people isolated and cut off

In praise of the podcast

What is a podcast and why does it matter?

High Speed Views: heat

Our columnist gets hot and bothered

The news as entertainment

If politics really has become entertainment, what will the results be for our democracy?

High Speed Views – Brevity

Mark Twain once signed off a letter with the phrase “I apologise for writing a long letter, I didn’t have time to write a short one”.

Found: a Shakespeare play about student poverty in Canterbury

‘Timon of Athens’ was one of Shakespeare’s final works, written in 1607

Dane John night closure trial starts

A 12-month trial scheme to close several of the entrances to the Dane John Gardens at night has begun

Four green flags set to fly

The Green Flag is a national scheme that recognises parks with high standards of management.