Alex Lister says there is only one way anyone can get what they want
Repairs to the Wincheap railway bridge are causing significant delays
Milton Boland sang to over 2,000 locals in the city centre
250 Canterbury citizens participated in a ‘Pilgrimage for Clean Air’ on the 848th anniversary of the martyrdom
Alex Lister looks at a number of ways the extreme left is infiltrating Canterbury’s political landscape
It involves ducks, swans and Brexit
David Broadbridge’s words were put to music and performed to a worldwide audience by the choir of King’s College Cambridge.
Evidence uncovered by the Journal shows the council hasn’t kept proper records
Evie Read’s work is aimed at Spanish visitors
Dr Jake Bicknell is a conservation expert specialising in tropical forests at Kent’s Durrell Institute
Ortwin Thyssen runs a city centre jewellers.
The Journal takes a stroll around Canterbury’s festive city centre
Alex Lister lives in Canterbury with his wife and children. He is a writer, political campaigner, digital communications professional and hospital governor. Alex is the Managing Director of the Canterbury Journal.
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