THE JOURNAL PREDICTS: the outcome of Canterbury’s general election 2019

Our political pundit calls the election

Review: Mother Goose

The Journal visits the panto

Review: Shook

The Journal reviews the Marlowe's award winning play

Exhibition captures apartheid-era South Africa

The exhibition captures the time South Africa began to experience unstoppable, real dissent

High Speed Views: Paper Cut

Cllr Ricketts manages to survive a particularly nasty paper cut

The death of the cash machine

Free cash withdrawals in Canterbury are set to become more scarce

Kent Test blues

Sociology professor Larry Kay examines the 11+

Review: A Taste of Honey

Mark Taylor reviews the latest production of the play by Shelagh Delaney

Tories backtrack on new hospital claims

Promises of a new hospital for Canterbury turn out to be false

High Speed Views: Dark

Popular columnist Alex Ricketts moans about the dark

Boris promises new hospital for Canterbury

Shock announcement announced today

High Speed Views: Advice

Alex Ricketts talks money with people annoyingly younger than him.

Ocean Festival splashes down

The organisers hope to galvanise us all into action to protect the marine echo system

Canterbury to get its Christmas ice rink

After a number of false starts, it's finally coming

Reduce emissions, take the bus

Could Canterbury's buses be as popular as San Francisco's trams asks Neasa MacErlean

Canterbury City Council slammed by regulator for housing breaches

The Regulator of Social Housing has today slapped regulatory notices on four Kent councils, including Canterbury City Council. Earlier in...

Cleve Hill solar park needs properly investigating

The development would see solar panels covering the equivalent of 700 football pitches

Preview: Oceans Festival 2019

Find out how life in our oceans is under threat

Review: Motown

The Journal gets groovy at the Marlowe

Park & Ride to trial electric bus

The council is taking steps to meet its climate change targets