The Wilson Perspective: A withering verdict on the implications of spying on workers by Dave Wilson.
This old-fashioned boozer shouts tradition, Britain and a decent pint, says the Journal's resident Pub Spy.
Council chiefs say they have to act to tackle persistent problem.
Manager left in invidious position because of heroin abuse and persistent rule-breaking.
Environmental issues are the top of the agenda as the city hall decides how to spend your tax pounds.
Also competing for recognition on the night will be Ross Kemp’s documentary on Libya’s migrant hell, and BBC Panaroma’s Undercover: Britain’s Immigration Secrets.
WARNING: graphic content. Emily Fisher took a chance when she peaked into the tin.
It'll take 20 weeks to extend the bus and cycle route, but that doesn't mean anything will really change, says Alex Claridge
Dr Joanna Williams says Theresa May's Conservatives offer nothing but a year-long review while Labour has clear policy to scrap fees.
Striking piece of art includes ragged clothing taken from migrants languishing in the infamous Jungle camp at Calais.
With house prices soaring, but councils still strapped for cash, councillor Neil Baker asks if the current system is fit for purpose.
Food critic John Hippisley offers his verdict on Deakin's latest incarnation as a place to eat, drink and watch the world go by.
Ahead of Canterbury City Council's budget day, Simon Cook says frontline services are being protected despite financial constraints.
We'll see plenty of congestion when the new bus lane is being built, but wait and see what happens when thousands of homes start springing up, warns James Flanagan.
In March last year Martin Haigh was found guilty of sexual offences against pupils as young as seven. He was also convicted for the possession of indecent images of children.
A whole side of the city faces paralysis due to massive road change work.