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Can someone tell me what planning committees are for?

Alex Claridge looks at how unpopular proposals get through the system.

Report will look to city’s future over the next three decades

MP Rosie Duffield joined academics, business leaders and public sector chiefs to discuss the issues facing Canterbury.

“No evidence student blocks free up family homes”

Prominent politician's warning comes as 120 more student flats given the nod.

Why trains to east Kent were delayed last night

Day of misery for travellers across the south-east.

APPROVED: Student flats for Barretts site

The car dealer will be allowed to build 120 student bedrooms as it relocates elsewhere in the city.

Police appeal after fatal accident

A 21-year-old pedestrian was killed.

VIDEO: Tommy Robinson is jailed for breaching Canterbury sentence

The English Defence League founder is starting a 13-month sentence.

VIDEO: Predator caged for attacks on women

Trevor Collier targeted women walking alone - and tried to sexually assault one.

Dozens of bottles of urine and boar carcass cleared from A2

Taxpayers footed the bill for the work.

Weather playing havoc with rail network

Southeastern is warning passengers about problems with trains.

Heavy rain affecting passengers using train station

Train operator Southeastern is warning that journeys will be longer.

On this day, the city received a very special visitor

Canterbury rolled out the red carpet in 1982.
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