Queues are building on a notoriously busy ring-road following a crash involving a BMW.
An increased number of booking slots for residents to rid themselves of household waste will come into force from tomorrow.
A housing group has been accused of “consistent negligence” after tenants at an apartment block found pigeons living in a corridor.
Police would like to speak to the two women pictured in these CCTV images after the theft of vodka from a supermarket.
Europe's biggest land mammals will be free to roam a 2,500 acre conservation area in Kent as part of a ground-breaking project to boost biodiversity.
The "treacherous" surface of a city subway is being investigated by a council after a pensioner broke his knee in a fall.
A smuggler who had quite literally been sitting on his illegal cocaine goldmine before he was caught out has been jailed for six years.
A 29-year-old found with about 500 wraps of heroin and crack cocaine hidden around his home has been jailed.
A rare coin, which is around 1,000 years old, has been auctioned off at more than triple the estimated price.
A council wants to grant itself stringent new powers which would make lighting barbecues on beaches and in parks illegal.
Hundreds of pounds in cash has been seized and a vulnerable woman taken to safety after police raided a suspected brothel.
A three-day weekly street food market rivalling those in London is set to draw thousands to the high street.
A top panto producer fears the county's biggest show may have to be dropped.
The Archbishop of Canterbury says too many Covid-19 challenges remain to hold the conference in 2021.
Academy bosses have revealed when a £20 million school will finally open its doors.
Outnumbered police officers were 'surrounded' by a group of youths after attempting to break up a fight in Canterbury.
Canterbury City joint-boss Josh Hall says their new squad are burning to get going.
The shrine of Saint Thomas Becket has been digitally reconstructed 800 years to the day since his body was moved to Canterbury Cathedral.
Two KentOnline reporters went out over the weekend to sample a taste of what's been dubbed the 'crazy new normal'.
Watch as a cathedral cat disrupts a sermon by brazenly slurping from the Dean's breakfast tray during a morning prayers video.
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