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.
Canterbury city centre store adds intriguing new dimension for bargain-hunting shoppers as it goes it head to head with Primark.
Canterbury's universities have become too big too fast - and it's a concern.
The Wilson Perspective: Decision to spend £75 million on a shopping centre stems from a flawed mindset, argues campaigner Dave Wilson.
If you refuse to work, then doesn't it stand to reason that you won't get paid, asks Alex Lister.
Charlotte Cornell is one step nearer to contesting the Deal and Dover constituency at the next general election.
The National Audit Office has put a figure on the value of 55,000 MoD homes had they remained in public ownership.
Just how much does it affect us when we find our favourite eatery out of action?
When it comes to social drinking, some people are just far too tight. Pub Spy investigates.
University of Kent figures reveal on average female employees earn £15.88 per hour, £3.37 less than the men.
A motion going to council is the latest effort to tackle the city's problem waste.