A bag of money was among the items cleared by the pickers.
Council leader Simon Cook defends the authority’s new automated number plate parking system.
You can walk down the street and not even notice it.
Jan Pahl, professor of social policy, highlights the flaws in our system
The time for environmental action in Canterbury is now, argues John Yard.
Castles, battles, trains and a huge pit of bricks to play in. Sound good?
It’s an uncertain time for moving house. But should it be?
Canterbury played the Old Albanians
Cllr Alan Baldock is unimpressed with the debating space for city-specific issues.
City councillor Nick Eden-Green rages at the difficulty of raising issues which need tackling.
Nick Eden-Green says the authority is right to chase a firm for unpaid taxes, but wonders about its ties to giant tech firms.
In our series of county council by-election pieces, Labour candidate Ben Hickman shares his thoughts.
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