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The county council is a remote behemoth which acts as it...

The Wilson Perspective: There is a democratic deficiency in the way KCC is run, argues Dave Wilson.

Obituary: John Simmonds

The Kent County Council member leaves behind a wonderful legacy, writes Greig Baker.

Expect delays as key arterial road closed for a week

Road will remain closed outside of working hours.

Roads authority announces city pothole blitz

Road closures will be in place during the repair work.

“Increased risks” to Kent if govt does not deliver frictionless border...

Paul Carter will issue a stark warning next week.

Cash scheme to deliver super-fast broadband to every Kent property

Money will be made available to properties with poor connectivity.

Gas works force closure of road

The county council has authorised the closure.

Multiple arrests after operation to target fly-tipping

Four warrants were executed in a co-ordinated operation.

Sections of the A28 to be resurfaced

Kent County Council will be carrying out a programme of works on the busy road.

Immobile Canterbury: Is transport policy stuck in the 70s?

In a wide-ranging piece, Peter Styles examines some of the city's most pressing issues.

Make your public transport needs known

Proper bus services can make a huge difference to people's lives, says Cllr Neil Baker.

VIDEO: What on earth does any of this mean?

Joanne Bartley says the Whitstable Biennale arts festival could focus more on satisfying ordinary tastes.
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