Ted Phillips says taking offence has become the pastime of those who wish to wallow in nefarious grief.
Art historian and Canterbury Society member Hubert Pragnell raises concerns about this famous hostelry.
Kent Union’s media disaster is just embarrassing says society president Tom Colsy
Whole families could soon find themselves without permanent accommodation, the head of a homelessness charity has warned.
People struggling with benefit issues are seeking help from Citizens Advice.
An increasing number of 18-35 year-olds are seeking help and some 15 per cent of students are affected.
A scheme tried in Whitstable proved popular with parents facing uniform costs of £400 per child.
Building more homes won’t make them cheaper, argues Lib Dem city councillor Nick Eden-Green.
Business consultant Martin Roche outlines five key ingredients he wants to see in an elected representative.
The charity Christians Against Poverty is helping people become debt free.
Cyclist Graham Gladman explains why we must consider the environment now more than ever before.
Make the city a better place by reducing car use, says Alan Baldock.
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