Our remaining public phone booths are an ugly joke

For decades, our telephone boxes were - like the red pillar box and even Her Maj - symbols of Britain. While Queen Elizabeth II is...

Police: We’re stepping up the war on knives

The county's police force is intensifying its efforts to reduce knife crime after admitting it's a serious problem - especially among young people. In the...

Time running out to have your say on parking issues across...

Every year its parking review considers requests from residents, city councillors and organisations for double yellow lines and other parking restrictions.

Why has WHSmith in St George’s decided to infuriate its customers?

Most people go shopping because of necessity. For others it's pleasure. Either way we should surely be able to go about our business without being...

New university free speech rankings are out – and it’s not...

Words to have come into common usage in the course of this decade include snowflake, no-platform and safe space. They share the fact that they...

Too many students, too many restaurants, too much traffic: Welcome to...

We can all agree on things that annoy us, whether it’s late night parties, shopping trollies in the Stour or gridlock around the Wincheap...

Surprise, surprise: It’s going to be cold

Apparently, it's going to be chilly in Canterbury this week. Nah, get away, we can hear you say. 'Tis true, though - the Met Office...

End of an era: Deeson’s of Sun Street to close

For almost a decade, Deeson's British Restaurant in Canterbury was a byword for quality high-end food. Alas, owner and head chef Sam Deeson has now...