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Digital festival aims to blow your mind

07 August 2014

Trailblazing leaders in technology are heading to Canterbury for event that looks into the future.

Woman suffers serious head injuries after falling from horse

04 August 2014

A woman was flown to hospital after falling from a horse.

"We will remember them"

04 August 2014

A memorial service took place in Whitstable this morning to remember the men killed during the First World War.

Mum's agonising wait for ambulance

03 August 2014

A mum whose daughter was left in agony after breaking her arm in two places was forced to wait for a 999 operator to answer.

Man found dead in woodland

03 August 2014

A man has been found dead in woodland at a popular walking spot.

Perfect for a 21st century family

01 August 2014

A four-bed home with the luxury of an inside pool and a Bose integrated home entertainment system

Gaza poster sparks "anti-semitic" claims

31 July 2014

A woman claims her right to peaceful protest has been abused after police were called in and a political poster removed.

Prices soar at seaside town

31 July 2014

House values have risen by nearly two and a half times the average across the South East in a coastal town.

Man, 28, who died on beach named

30 July 2014

A young man who died from a suspected heart attack after collapsing on a beach has been named.

Grotters, fancy costumes and a fab firework finale

30 July 2014

The conclusion of the Whitstable Oyster Festival takes place this Friday with a host of events

Fuse box fire at newsagents

27 July 2014

Fire crews dealt with an electrical fire at a newsagents this afternoon, which shut down power.

Carnival brings taste of Venice to Oyster festival

26 July 2014

A host of new events have been added to the line-up at the Whitstable Oyster Festival, which gets under way today.

Catapult vandals smash car windows

25 July 2014

Police are hunting vandals who smashed the windows of at least ten cars with a catapult across the district.

Mystery graffiti artist strikes again

25 July 2014

A Banksy-style graffiti artist who creates works of art under the cover of darkness has struck again in a Kent seaside town.

Council leader's fears over 'dangerous' governance switch

25 July 2014

Canterbury City Council leader John Gilbey says a vote last night to ditch the authority's executive system has him worried.

Tragedy of young mum's mystery death at home

25 July 2014

Friends and family of an 'inspirational' young mother have been left stunned after she died suddenly at home.

Vandals raid popular cafe

25 July 2014

Shocked staff at Tea and Times say a safe containing a large quantity of cash was taken.

Gorrell Tank set to reopen

24 July 2014

Whitstable's biggest car park was closed suddenly in April following a safety inspection.

New advisors aim to boost exports

24 July 2014

Two women from Kent have joined UK Trade and Investment in a bid to get another 100,000 companies to sell goods abroad within five years.

Return of the Oyster Festival

24 July 2014

The coastline's delicacy is celebrated during Whitstable Oyster Festival's week-long programme

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