This week's paper
In this week's Kentish Gazette
This week we tell the tragic story of Canterbury student
Josephine Foday (right), who was found dead in a hotel pool with
her married lover.
Fostered teenager Jennie Evans-Snell sat down with us to tell us
how she shed a third of her bodyweight to keep her West End dream
The timing of the release of the controversial local plan has
also caused quite a stir, with people not knowing where 15,000
houses will be built in the Canterbury district until after they've
voted at the KCC elections.
The cast for this year's panto has also been announced, with
Eastenders star Samantha Womack (left) among an impressive
We went along to a pre-election hustings on
Monday, so pick up the paper for a full report on who said what and
why they shoul get your vote.
An eco-friendly transport expert says bikes, buses and
car-sharing will help solve Canterbury's traffic problems. Find out
how her insight went down with people in the city.
Elsewhere, we reveal if a 432-bedroom student development was
given the thumbs-up, why a city hairdresser has landed herself in
prison and which Canterbury school has been placed in special
There's also an impressive £1,983 up for grabs to spend at
Lenley's furniture store, a bumper bank holiday family guide and a
free swimming voucher on our Fun Club page.
In the world of sport, Kent cricket captain James Tredwell talks
about getting the season off to a flying start and Canterbury City
FC manager tells how he quit over a row about his playing
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