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Man wanted over doorman attack

CCTV image of man police want to talk to about attack

CCTV images have been released of a man police want to speak to about an assault on a nightclub bouncer.

Caped crusader helps female drivers

Parallel Parking Man on the lookout for bad parkers in Whitstable

A superhero called Parallel Parking Man is ready to help female drivers struggling to reverse into tricky spaces.

Couple became drugs ringleaders after death of two daughters

Debra and Darren Wright with tragic daughter Chloe, then three

A couple facing jail for organising a huge cannabis farming operation turned to crime when they tragically lost two children, it has emerged.

Worst levels of bullying at university

Canterbury Christ Church University is preparing to build a £12 million arts centre.

One in five employees at Canterbury Christ Church university are "always or often" the victims of workplace bullying, a damning report has revealed.

Council makes video to explain confusing bin system

City council press officers in video explaining bin system

Canterbury City Council has produced a QVC-style YouTube clip to explain its controversial new waste collection system.

City actor's own spoof video gets seven million hits

Orlando Bloom as Legolas in the Lord of the Rings

A clip of Canterbury actor Orlando Bloom singing over a YouTube video of his character Legolas has been posted online by Hobbit director Peter Jackson

Drugs couple face jail after extradition

Cannabis plants. Library image.

A husband and wife who fled to the Costa Del Sol are facing long jail sentences over a multi-million pound cannabis production empire.

Whitstable protestor Jonathan Elliott is jailed after appealing his curfew

Jonathan Elliott who lunged at a car carrying Prince Charles during the enthronement of the Archbishop of Canterbury

Judge Nigel Van Der Bijl sentenced Elliott for six weeks after reviewing his offence for placing stink bombs in the KCC election count.

Two crashes cause delays in Canterbury

Police launched blitz on uninsured motorists

Two crashes in Nackington Road are causing rush-hour delays in Canterbury

Lecturer's £750k bid in uni ageism row

Stephen Games has accused the university of ageism

A man who claims he was snubbed for a job at the University of Kent because he doesn't have a PhD has launched a £750,000 age discrimination claim.

Pillowcase burglar jailed

Edwin James Stratton, 25, previously of Herne Bay, was sentenced to three years in prison

A thief who was spotted carrying his plunder in a pillowcase after breaking into three homes in a single afternoon has been sentenced.

Runners in the pink

Runners in the 2013 Herne Bay 'Race for Life' from Hampton on Sunday. Picture: Chris Davey

Thousands of women ran through the streets of Herne Bay for the annual Race for Life.

Cricket family gathers for Mike Denness service

Former Kent County Cricket Club president Mike Denness

A service at Canterbury Cathedral today remembered former England and Kent captain Mike Denness, a "damn good player and a fine gentleman".

Full steam ahead for missing link

A planned extension to the light railway at Tenterden should attract thousands more visitors, it's been revealed.

'My life flashed before my eyes'

Ami Coleman, who would like to thank the nurse who helped her after a bad car crash near Bethersden

A woman has thanked the rescuers who helped her when her car crashed and cut her free from the wreckage.

Man stored child sex images in 'Aladdin's Cave' file

Michael Gadsby outside Canterbury Magistrates' Court

A paedophile who downloaded sex pictures of children and described the victims as 'jailbait' has been sent to prison.

Queen's final farewell to Kent soldiers

The Queen inspects the guard at Howe Barracks in Canterbury

The Queen has been in Canterbury today to say her final farewell to the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders - you can read our live coverage here.

Homeless man set on fire

Ashley O'Brien has now managed to kick his addiction

A rough sleeper was set alight by a passer-by as he bedded down for the night in a sleeping bag.

Queen to bid farewell to regiment

The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders parade through Canterbury

The Queen will witness a final parade of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders on a visit to Howe Barracks in Canterbury today.

It's no yoke... these eggs are really blue!

Mary's chickens lay blue eggs

They used to come in just brown or white... now posh chickens at a Kent farm are encouraging buyers to shell out for blue eggs.

Comic Tony Law pulls out of Whitstable comedy show

The Canadian stand-up has been replaced by Ben Norris for the OyOyster comedy show on Wednesday.

Woman talked down after threatening to jump from building

Police at the scene earlier this afternoon

Police have now been stood down after a woman said to have threatened to jump from a building has been led to safety.

Hunt for prisoner on the run

Missing prisoner Craig Brown

People are being warned not to approach this violent prisoner who is being sought by Kent Police and might be armed.

Hit-and-run outside fire station

The scene of the crash outside Herne Bay fire station

Firefighters have cut the roof off a car after a hit-and-run outside Herne Bay fire station today.

New pylon routes through Kent unveiled by National Grid

electricity pylons

Two options for a line of 70 pylons cutting through the county's countryside have been put out to public consultation

Play centre will be prosecuted over finger slashing

The girl needed surgery to repair tendons

A council has decided to take legal action against an indoor play area where a six-year-old girl sliced her fingers open in an imported fan.

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