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Mum's ordeal at hands of hammer gang in terror raid

23 September 2013
Mum's ordeal at hands of hammer gang in terror raid

A traumatised mother-of-three has had her confidence crushed by a hammer-wielding gang who burst into her home and threatened to kill her.

Disruption as work starts to rebuild historic wall

18 September 2013
Disruption as work starts to rebuild historic wall

Residents are being warned about noise, disruption and road closures as work starts to reinstate the historic flint wall next to the Westgate Towers.

Support for trial's return as traffic consultation launches

16 September 2013
Support for trial's return as traffic consultation launches

As a public consultation starts today, transport bosses say support is already emerging for a return to the controversial traffic trial in Canterbury.

Arson attack on sea cadets' former base

15 September 2013
Arson attack on sea cadets' former base

A man has been arrested after a suspected arson attack on the former base of the Canterbury Sea Cadets in Puckle Lane.

Arrest after woman assaulted and cars damaged

14 September 2013
Arrest after woman assaulted and cars damaged

A man has been arrested after a woman was assaulted and several cars damaged in the early hours of this morning.

Tragedy of man washed up on beach remains a mystery

13 September 2013
Tragedy of man washed up on beach remains a mystery

A Chatham man whose body was washed up on a beach two years ago died accidentally, an inquest has ruled.

Two crashes cause gridlock in Canterbury

13 September 2013
Two crashes cause gridlock in Canterbury

Drivers face rush-hour traffic chaos after two separate multi-vehicle crashes in Canterbury

Councillors face chop at Canterbury City Council

10 September 2013
Councillors face chop at Canterbury City Council

The number of councillors at Canterbury City Council will drop from 50 to 38, the Boundary Commission announced today.

Ambulance station neighbour 'sick' of siren noise

01 September 2013
Ambulance station neighbour 'sick' of siren noise

A man who moved opposite an ambulance station says he is fed up with sirens blaring through the night.

Bid to help boy, 4, learn to walk

25 August 2013
Bid to help boy, 4, learn to walk

The parents of a little boy who mysteriously cannot talk or walk are holding a fundraising event today because the NHS won't give them any equipment.

Thief left fingerprints behind in windscreen theft

22 August 2013
Thief left fingerprints behind in windscreen theft

A thief who stole a windscreen from a car was caught when he left fingerprints at the scene.

Appeal after two violent attacks

21 August 2013
Appeal after two violent attacks

Police are appealing for witnesses after one man was hospitalised with a broken jaw and a woman robbed in two separate attacks in Canterbury.

Electric car charging points a damp squib

18 August 2013
Electric car charging points a damp squib

Charging points for cars across Canterbury have been used just four times in a year, it's been revealed.

Joy for girl who can't play with toys

17 August 2013
Joy for girl who can't play with toys

A girl who can't play with normal toys has been thrown a lifeline by a charity.

University kills hundreds of animals in experiments

16 August 2013
University kills hundreds of animals in experiments

More than 200 mice have been killed in the last three years as a result of experiments carried out by the University of Kent, it's been revealed.

Southcliffe: Tourism bosses plan tour

11 August 2013
Southcliffe: Tourism bosses plan tour

As the final episodes of Southcliffe are set to air on TV, tourism bosses are considering starting a tour to capitalise on the county's starring role.

Equal rights activists in lather over car wash's 'sexist' offer

09 August 2013
Equal rights activists in lather over car wash's 'sexist' offer

A car wash has landed in hot water amid claims it's sexist for offering discounts to women only.

Whitstable Carnival rolls into town

05 August 2013
Whitstable Carnival rolls into town

Thousands lined the streets of Whitstable on Saturday, as the 116th annual carnival arrived in town.

Mum's heartache as driver who caused son's death walks free

04 August 2013
Mum's heartache as driver who caused son's death walks free

A mum has told of her anger after being told the driver who caused her cyclist son's death will never be charged.

Family escapes moments before minivan bursts into flames

03 August 2013
Family escapes moments before minivan bursts into flames

A family of seven escaped from a smoking minivan just moments before it burst into flames on the A2 near Canterbury this morning.

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