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.

Campaigning for election brings candidates to the edge of nervous collapse

The Wilson Perspective: With less than a month until polling day, Dave Wilson peers into the minds of those seeking election.

City council election: My view from the campaign trail

Nick Eden-Green offers a view from the doorstep ahead of polling day on May 2.

Police make £900,000 cannabis seizure at three addresses in a single...

A 24-year-old man has been charged in connection with the find.

Kent’s remarkable writers

Free exhibition at the Marlowe Kit

The Guardian is trying to steal my job

‘Down from London’ explains why the Journal does it better

Massive car parks overhaul nears completion

Councillor Ben Fitter-Harding explains what the council's been doing

From bed bugs to chess boards — a view from an...

Justin Gilday has seen it all in the course of his working life.

Why the city council cannot be blamed for losing housing to...

Bob Britnell, the authority's principal planning officer, delves into a controversial issue.

Hi-speed train services cancelled due to weather

Southeastern has apologised to customers facing delays on its services.

City Tory chief’s rage over PM’s “destructive” Brexit talks with Corbyn

Theresa May is risking alienating grassroots supporters

Pre-election hustings will discuss district’s key issues

The elections to Canterbury City Council take place on May 2,

Police issue image of man wanted over graffiti

The photograph was taken at the back of a supermarket.

Grammars are vehicles of social segregation. They must not be allowed...

Outspoken former Canterbury High principal offers his thoughts on Kent's plan to expand selective education.

The environment must be the focus of this year’s election, says...

Eske Eilts spoke to the Canterbury Journal ahead polling for the May 2 election.