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Bin collections are getting back to normal in the Canterbury district

The city council says extra crews are catching up with picking up the rubbish, but there are still issues around garden waste.

It’s noisy and messy – so why the safe city award,...

Nick Eden-Green calls for the authorities to do more to tackle anti-social behaviour and mess.

Conservatives do not have a divine right to rule Canterbury

In a major political statement, city council Labour group leader Alan Baldock hits back at Conservative claims that his party has become militant and swung violently to the hard left.

Canterbury retains coveted Purple Flag status for its vibrant nightlife

With variety and safety at the fore, we are one banging city, say award judges.

Balanced communities are key to thriving residential areas in Canterbury

The most successful communities are a mix of student and non-student houses, argues Prof Rick Norman.

Bin collections restart in Canterbury, Whitstable and Herne Bay on safe...

City council contractor Serco is out on roads again after collections were suspended earlier this week due to the snow.

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.

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.

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.

Car wholly on pavement among those ticketed for parking near school...

Council chiefs say they have to act to tackle persistent problem.

Bottles, budgets and bins: it’s your rundown of city hall

Environmental issues are the top of the agenda as the city hall decides how to spend your tax pounds.

Why the Sturry Road bus lane just won’t achieve its aims

It'll take 20 weeks to extend the bus and cycle route, but that doesn't mean anything will really change, says Alex Claridge
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