Why Labour gifted victory to the Conservatives

Alex Lister analyses the local election result

Wildlife group’s conservation work halts decline of stunning butterfly

The Duke of Burgundy can be seen at sites across Kent.

What lessons a massacre 100 years ago has for us today

Bob Britnell draws a modern parallel with the past.

Couple win £35k leisure home in prize draw

Sam and Olly Bottomley plan to spend summers at the coastal home.

89% of children accepted to first choice primary school

More than 97% of families got a place at one of their chosen schools.

City council election proves that every vote really does count

The Wilson Perspective: Key wards - including his own - were decided by just a few votes, writes Dave Wilson.

Climate change worries 87% of people in St Stephen’s

New poll reveals some interesting stats

Memorial service held for world-famous sailor Hilary Lister

Lister was the first quadriplegic sailor to cross the channel solo

Lib Dems select Canterbury barrister as MEP candidate

Antony Hook will run against Nigel Farage

World heritage site thanks Canterbury for litter pick

The Reverend Mark Griffin, rector of St Martin’s, represented the Cathedral

Using your vote means you really have the chance to shape...

The Wilson Perspective: Dave Wilson issues a clarion call ahead of the May 2 polling day.

Before you vote on Thursday, take a look who you’re voting...

Who are the individuals clamouring for your vote?

“Heart of the High Street” will disappear as Debenhams set to...

Company admits there are issues facing the High Street.

Atrocities such as Sri Lanka unite people of all faiths

Columnist Bob Britnell, a practising Christian, reacts to the bombings in Sri Lanka at Easter.

Supermarket now donates its surplus food to hospice

A total of 22 Kent charities are benefiting from donations.

Authority to step up its war on graffiti with cameras at...

Canterbury City Council will discuss the problem at its next meeting.

We love our hot cross buns, says supermarket giant

Thousands of buns were sold at the Sturry Road store.

City’s educational buildings lead the way when it comes to design

Architect Keith Bothwell explores the impact university and school buildings have on the city.

How Canterbury helped the Great British Spring Clean

Ten separate litter-picks have been carried out

People outside London are weirdly polite

'Down from London' says hello to a bus driver and doesn't get punched