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Canterbury set for inner-city music festival

25 October 2013
Canterbury set for inner-city music festival

Crowds of up to 2,000 people are expected to flock to the City Sound Project festival this weekend.

Halloween hampers masked attacker hunt

24 October 2013
Halloween hampers masked attacker hunt

The hunt for a masked man who pounced on a female student is to get increasingly complex as the disguise used in the attack is on sale for Halloween.

Warning after cash machine thefts

22 October 2013
Warning after cash machine thefts

Police are hunting a thief who fitted a device to a cash machine to steal money from unsuspecting people who used it.

Police called as wedding reception turns to chaos

20 October 2013
Police called as wedding reception turns to chaos

Police officers called as row erupts among a group believed to be from a wedding reception.

Motorway reopens after car crashes into central reservation

20 October 2013
Motorway reopens after car crashes into central reservation

All motorway lanes on a section of the M2 have reopened after a crash earlier today.

Tributes at funeral of husband who died weeks after losing wife

20 October 2013
Tributes at funeral of husband who died weeks after losing wife

A funeral's been held for a 'quiet, kind individual' who collapsed the day after his wife's death and died weeks later.

Masked menace still hunted as schoolboy ruled out of attack probe

18 October 2013
Masked menace still hunted as schoolboy ruled out of attack probe

Detectives are no closer to finding a masked prowler who grabbed a female student - after identifying a boy of 15 as the person behind most sightings.

Shop worker sacked after selling legal high to heart attack teen

18 October 2013
Shop worker sacked after selling legal high to heart attack teen

A worker who sold a legal high to a teen who was later 'minutes from death' after taking it has been sacked, it's been revealed.

Ousted Tory city councillor defects to UKIP

18 October 2013
Ousted Tory city councillor defects to UKIP

Ousted Conservative councillor David Hirst joins UKIP, and vows the party will take control of the city council by 2015.

Grammar school reveals plans to move from Canterbury to Herne Bay

16 October 2013
Grammar school reveals plans to move from Canterbury to Herne Bay

The head teacher of Barton Court Grammar School has told parents of plans to close its Canterbury site and move to Herne Bay.

Elderly woman punched in the face in attempted robbery

16 October 2013
Elderly woman punched in the face in attempted robbery

A homeless man has been arrested after an 84-year-old woman was seriously hurt when she was punched in the face in a suspected attempted robbery.

Hope for tomorrow... as Kent's first mobile chemo unit hits the road

15 October 2013
Hope for tomorrow... as Kent's first mobile chemo unit hits the road

Cancer patients will be saved a gruelling trip to hospital after Kent's first mobile chemotherapy unit was launched.

Review: Slava's Snowshow

14 October 2013
Review: Slava's Snowshow

Lowri Stafford was left captivated by the unusual show at Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre

Outcry over 'shocking' stress buster doll

13 October 2013
Outcry over 'shocking' stress buster doll

A department store has been criticised for selling a controversial stress reliever doll people are encouraged to slam against a wall to let off steam.

Parents asked to support coastal grammar school plans

11 October 2013
Parents asked to support coastal grammar school plans

Plans for a Canterbury grammar school to open in Herne Bay have moved a step closer, after parents and councillors were asked for their support.

TV's money saving expert Martin Lewis films in Canterbury

11 October 2013
TV's money saving expert Martin Lewis films in Canterbury

Celebrity money saving expert Martin Lewis was spotted filming his Money Show series in Canterbury this afternoon.

Homeless man admits setting fire to sea cadet base

08 October 2013
Homeless man admits setting fire to sea cadet base

Arsonist handed himself in after flames ripped through derelict site

Victim taken to London hospital for emergency treatment following horror crash

02 October 2013
Victim taken to London hospital for emergency treatment following horror crash

Resident complains of danger road in Blean after women with life-threatening injuries is saved by paramedics

Nurse caught up in US cannibal plot trial charged

30 September 2013
Nurse caught up in US cannibal plot trial charged

A Canterbury nurse held after his name emerged in a cannibal plot trial has today been charged with 11 offences.

Public meeting on traffic trial sends out resounding message

25 September 2013
Public meeting on traffic trial sends out resounding message

Debate organised by the Kentish Gazette results in unanimous vote against return of controversial traffic scheme around Canterbury's Westgate Towers

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