Evidence uncovered by the Journal shows the council hasn’t kept proper records
The pair will appear at Canterbury Crown Court in the New Year.
The work is done by the authority’s Private Sector Housing unit.
The night shelter operates over the winter months with the help of local churches.
A group of men carried out an aggravated burglary at a city house.
Kent has changed the location of its proposed centre following public pressure.
The city council has relinquished control of the theatre and its associated buildings.
Dr Jake Bicknell is a conservation expert specialising in tropical forests at Kent’s Durrell Institute
Charities are helping those in need manage their Christmas.
Ortwin Thyssen runs a city centre jewellers.
The flat of a woman in her 70s had been used by dealers.
Canterbury City Council is among those who use bailiffs to recover unpaid money.
The Canterbury Housing Advice Centre charity helps people trying to find a home.
The council will start next year and will be responsible for various local amenities.
A meeting of experts is taking place at Christ Church University
Opening hours at libraries across Kent could be slashed as part of a cost-cutting programme designed to save £1 million.
The Wilson Perspective: There is an air of dysfunction around our local authority, argues Dave Wilson.
The Journal takes a stroll around Canterbury’s festive city centre
Cllr Alan Baldock is unimpressed with the debating space for city-specific issues.
Alex Lister takes his son to a school open day and barely manages to cope