Mountfield Park is the worst planning decision Canterbury has ever taken

Ex-Lord Mayor Martin Vye on why the 4,000-home development to the south of Canterbury will be disaster for the whole city.

Number of Canterbury student properties poised to drop, predicts politician

A senior city councillor says that as more purpose -built university accommodation is created, properties in residential streets will be freed up.

Chicken fans! Eat at Canterbury Nando’s? You need to read this…

A former employee of the worldwide restaurant chain has revealed its deepest secrets.

Night shelter for Canterbury’s rough sleepers will extend into next week

City council and homeless charities pull out the stops to ensure rough sleepers have somewhere warm to go.

Rough sleeper bears the frigid night on a bed of cardboard...

The sight of a single rough sleeper amid the cold and snow is a tragedy for the city.

It’s freezing and the roads are icy: How is it Canterbury...

A traffic accident tells us it's time health bosses ditched the relentless tinkering and focused on providing us with the hospital we need.

Residents’ chairman: Reducing student lets will help Canterbury families find homes

David Kemsley wants to see the number of student lets limited to help permanent residents in need of accommodation.

Council issues urgent message to rough sleepers as freeze persists

Leader Simon Cook: I don't want people dying on our streets because they can't access our services

Serco suspends bin collections in Canterbury, Whitstable and Herne Bay due...

The city council's contractor has asked crews to return to depot amid safety concerns.

Forecasters correct: Thick snow falls over Canterbury

Heavy snow is causing some transport issues this morning as more is set to fall.

Canterbury Mosque offering shelter for the homeless as temperatures plummet

Worshippers have pledged to help their homeless "brothers and sisters" in freezing February.

Stop the trains, close the roads, lock the school gates: There’s...

It's an extreme weather warning for just a few flakes of snow. We ought to be able to cope.

BFG fans in for a treat in Canterbury from this weekend

Running alongside the exhibition is a programme of family activities, including a "share your dream" competition.

Feb 26: Birthday of Canterbury’s most remarkable son

Christopher Marlowe was a playwright, a translator, a poet and a spy who died before his 30th birthday.

Rowing in the city centre – who, what, why…?

Just what were this pair up to which had so many shoppers scratching their heads?

Travel warning ahead of expected snow in Canterbury

With plummeting temperatures any precipitation will turn to snow, say forecasters.

Crisis over – KFC in Canterbury is open again

In the first of his new Lazy Sunday column, Alex Claridge talks chicken, remote controls and a very boozy mistake.

Archbishop of Canterbury: Islamic law incompatible with Christian values

Ahead of the publication of a new book, Justin Welby talks Islam, Brexit and housing

Serco decision to spy on underpaid employees is never going to...

The Wilson Perspective: A withering verdict on the implications of spying on workers by Dave Wilson.

The Unicorn at St Dunstan’s: the epitome of the proper pub

This old-fashioned boozer shouts tradition, Britain and a decent pint, says the Journal's resident Pub Spy.