Next council set to put emphasis on sustainability

Election candidates field questions at hustings

A different approach to housing

Bob Britnell offers some advice to election candidates

Nastiness and threats have become part of the city council election...

Candidate Louise Harvey-Quirke has experienced the ugly side of local politics.

Refurbed store is now city’s biggest shoe retailer

Deichmann in the Whitefriars reopened this week following a £600,000 refurbishment which took three months to complete. It has...

City croquet club holding open day for prospective players

Canterbury Croquet Club is holding an open day on the May Day Bank Holiday. The club plays at Polo...

How story of Barrie’s retirement went around the globe

The Longleys driver stopped driving a cab at the age of 85.

Youths spoken to by police after tiles hurled off roof into...

Officers detained two teenagers and are investigating.

Police issue fresh warning after 17 car windows smashed in matter...

Canterbury is in the grip of a crime spree.

Issues with Universal Credit the main reason people use food banks

Trustee fears that further problems caused by the benefit will mean more needing help with food.

Howe Barracks housing saga: We should not be setting communities against...

The Wilson Perspective: Blaming people from outside Canterbury for their predicaments is poor form, argues Dave Wilson.

A hidden historical treasure

'Down from London' visits Bigbury Camp

Kent Uni scientists unveil the future of wearable gadgets

Researchers are developing tech that will revolutionise smartwatches and fitness trackers

City bowling club to hold open day for prospective players

People of all ages are invited to try their hand at the sport.

Anti-Brunei protests stink of rank hypocrisy

Bob Britnell questions the application of Western values to the south-east Asian kingdom.

Councils’ battle to prevent ex-prisoners becoming homeless

Canterbury is one of four Kent authorities to receive an injection of government cash.

Friends of Westgate Parks holding Easter egg trail

Enjoy some family fun this spring holiday.

REVIEW: City’s newest food sensation: Oh. My. God.

Alex Claridge visited Outlaw Street Food for a taste of Asian fusion cuisine.

Council seeks urgent response from police over car thefts

Smashed windows are occurring all over Canterbury

Local mum: New grammar threatens nearby schools with closure

Joanne Bartley has set up a petition

Police arrest four for murder after killing at caravan site

A man in his 20s was found dead at the scene.