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Commuter Peter Styles argues that extra car parking spaces contradicts Canterbury City Council's aim to cut car use.
One driver has described the crater as a "car killer" which could irreparably damage vehicles.
Fed up villagers want the lay-bys properly looked after or closed off to vehicles.
Campaign group Clean Air Canterbury wants the city and its residents to think seriously about reducing pollution.
How proposals for yellow lines in a residential street have set neighbours in opposition to each other.
There is barely any stretch of this road which doesn't have potholes or an uneven surface as roads chiefs are urged to act.
In his Lazy Sunday column, Alex Claridge reminisces about his year in the great Russian city of St Petersburg.
Ex-Lord Mayor Martin Vye on why the 4,000-home development to the south of Canterbury will be disaster for the whole city.