Who are the individuals clamouring for your vote?
Company admits there are issues facing the High Street.
Columnist Bob Britnell, a practising Christian, reacts to the bombings in Sri Lanka at Easter.
A total of 22 Kent charities are benefiting from donations.
Canterbury City Council will discuss the problem at its next meeting.
Thousands of buns were sold at the Sturry Road store.
Architect Keith Bothwell explores the impact university and school buildings have on the city.
Ten separate litter-picks have been carried out
Election candidates field questions at hustings
Candidate Louise Harvey-Quirke has experienced the ugly side of local politics.
Deichmann in the Whitefriars reopened this week following a £600,000 refurbishment which took three months to complete. It has...
Canterbury Croquet Club is holding an open day on the May Day Bank Holiday. The club plays at Polo...
The Longleys driver stopped driving a cab at the age of 85.
Officers detained two teenagers and are investigating.
Canterbury is in the grip of a crime spree.
Trustee fears that further problems caused by the benefit will mean more needing help with food.
The Wilson Perspective: Blaming people from outside Canterbury for their predicaments is poor form, argues Dave Wilson.