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

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