Christ Church’s film guru Tim Jones is screening the amateur films at the weekend.
Lord Mayor of Canterbury Cllr Colin Spooner presented the awards at the Guildhall.
The 43-year-old is due to appear at Canterbury Crown Court next month.
Two fire engines have been called to the scene.
Canterbury RFC and Canterbury City FC are hoping to move into a joint new home.
The city’s first citizen was joined by senior police officers and residents for the ceremony.
Canterbury organisations are using cooking to help people with a range of issues.
David R Ewens has produced a series of successful crime novels which tackle “unpalatable” subjects.
The city council is planning some “spooktacular” Halloween fun for visitors.
Whole families could soon find themselves without permanent accommodation, the head of a homelessness charity has warned.
The incident sparked traffic disruption in both directions.
People struggling with benefit issues are seeking help from Citizens Advice.
The Kent Union has drawn up a list of guidelines on which outfits are acceptable and which not.
A barge delivered huge boulders to be placed along the coast while groynes will be installed on the beach.
An increasing number of 18-35 year-olds are seeking help and some 15 per cent of students are affected.
The club has resubmitted a planning application to Canterbury City Council.
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Manipulating the past for political purposes should be anathema, argues Bob Britnell.
Alex Lister examines the choices