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Six weeks of roadworks on M2

27 September 2017

Highways England will install a contraflow on the carriageway while the work is being carried out.


Cop charged with cell assault

Canterbury Police Station

27 September 2017

A police sergeant has been accused of hitting a suspect while he was held in custody.

Man, 22, found dead on A2 after 'hit and run'

Paramedics were called to the scene. Stock picture

26 September 2017

Police have issued an appeal after a young man was found dead on the A2 following a suspected hit and run.


Record intake for accountancy apprenticeship

Kreston Reeves has hired a record 32 students and trainees

26 September 2017

A financial advisor has hired a record number of trainees after becoming one of three UK firms to offer new apprenticeships in the profession.

A2 reopens after serious crash

Police made arrests. Stock picture

26 September 2017

The A2 has reopened, several hours after a serious crash.

Acid attacker locked up for triple assault

Fahad Abdi attacked three people with acid

25 September 2017

A teenager who sprayed acid in the faces of three people has been branded a 'vicious and violent man' by a judge.


Former magistrate jailed for abusing child

William Robinson. Picture: Kent Police.

25 September 2017

An ex-magistrate who spent years handing out justice has been jailed for 11 years for the "disgraceful" sexual abuse of a young girl.

Police hunt thief after cash stolen from pub

Police have released CCTV footage of a man they want to speak to about a burglary at the Diver's Arms.

25 September 2017

A brazen thief walked into a pub and pocketed £9,000 in cash.


Lines reopen after major disruption to rail services

There is disruption to train services

25 September 2017

Passengers faced major disruption to train services after engineering works overran.

Developers accuse green campaigner of hypocrisy

Green campaigner Emily Shirley

25 September 2017

The man behind a huge housing development has accused a green campaigner who opposed the scheme of hypocrisy after learning she runs a freight firm.


Neighbours' nightmare as garden grows wilder

The plants reach almost the height of the house

25 September 2017

An abandoned car has been swallowed up by a wildly overgrown garden which has been left untended for eight years.


Family of dead cyclist refuse to give up battle for truth

Wife Sue and son Neil say not enough was done to discover what really happened on the day the 67-year-old was fatally injured

25 September 2017

Flaws in a police investigation surrounding the death of a cyclist have left relatives of the victim demanding action against the officers involved.


Battered car with smashed-out window dumped on road

A battered white Daihatsu Terios was abandoned on Dover Street in Canterbury.

25 September 2017

A white Daihatsu Terios has been left on a city street for nearly three days.

Faulty freezer damages breast milk

Hayley and Andy Richards with baby Darcy

24 September 2017

A mum has been forced to modify her baby's diet after months of stored milk was ruined when a top of the range freezer packed up.


Eat, sleep, see the sights

Canterbury historic river tours

22 September 2017

Looking for culture, to see the sights and find the best places to eat, drink and sleep? We have a guide to all you need to know about Canterbury.

A food and drink festival to feast on

Carluccio's Mushroom Market

22 September 2017

An annual food and drink festival will include a visit from Italian chef Antonio Carluccio and launch the Kent Green Hop Beer Fortnight this weekend.

VIDEO: Ambulances damaged in daring ram raid

The Range Rover smashed through shutters

22 September 2017

Exclusive footage shows a thief using a 4x4 to smash his way into a warehouse during a daring break-in that lasted only 90 seconds.


Michael's beloved War Horse

The National Theatre's War Horse is at the Marlowe for its 10th anniversary

22 September 2017

Author Michael Morpurgo talks War Horse, his love for writing, and Kent, where it all began, teaching in a mobile classroom in a village school.

Critical condition? Setbacks for the NHS in Kent raise questions

Jeanette Maggs was flown to hospital after the incident. Stock image: SECAmb.

22 September 2017

The collapse of the contract for out-of-hours service for east Kent GPs is the latest setback for the NHS in the county

Join us for Gazette's 300th birthday

Canterbury Cathedral will host the Gazette's 300th anniversary celebrations

22 September 2017

Canterbury Cathedral will be the setting for celebrations to mark the Kentish Gazette's forthcoming 300th anniversary.

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