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As residents being to distance themselves, local businesses are starting to deliver

Homeless charities issue coronavirus advice

Well-wishers need to be aware of certain precautionary measures

The Repair Café: bikes, bishop, banana cake and that elusive buzz

The community comes together to fix broken objects

Intensive care: 8 beds at the Kent & Canterbury

Neasa MacErlean looks at the number of us likely to need intensive care

An art gallery in an underpass?

Local artist to add a splash of colour to St Dunstan's

Coronavirus: where will Canterbury be in two weeks?

Is Canterbury heading in the same direction as Italy?

Wife ‘not to blame’ for cheating husband who attacked Tinder date...

The attack left the victim scared to be in her own home

Could a fish-free February help save the planet?

Not all heroes wear capes

Review: Made for Measure

Shakespeare's 'problem play' provides plenty of scope for the directors.

Review: On Your Feet

The Journal goes back to the 80s

Gina Miller joins remain campaigners in Canterbury

The businesswoman is promoting tactical voting

Cat dices with death on road

The fortunate feline narrowly avoided two lorries

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