Canterbury Hockey’s Grace Balsdon and Susannah Townsend helped England Women to victory in their opening Commonwealth Games match.Read the full story ›
Prolonged sub-zero temperatures like this trigger an emergency response to make sure there is a bed for anyone who needs one overnight.Read the full story ›
A former Gurkha soldier from Canterbury says he will manage to climb Everest one day - despite the Nepalese ban on double amputeesRead the full story ›
The headteacher of a primary school in Canterbury says it risks closing for several weeks unless boilers are replacedRead the full story ›
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- John Ryall reports from Canterbury
- Tributes paid to Kent musicians
Friends of three musicians found dead within a week of each other at a house in Canterbury - have this evening gathered to pay tribute to them.
The trio were all well known in the Kent music scene.
Their deaths aren't being treated as suspicious.
John spoke to Ryder Gioronin and Jules Madjar, who knew them.
Police investigating the deaths of two men at a house in Canterbury have confirmed a third man died at the same address just days earlierRead the full story ›
An investigation is underway after a third body was found at a house in Canterbury.
The bodies of two men were found at the property in Tudor Road on Tuesday - it's now been confirmed another man was discovered dead at the same house the week before.
Police are treating all three deaths as unexplained - but not suspicious.
Two men have been seen riding a pony trap on the wrong side of the carriageway on Rheims Way in Canterbury.
Police approached them, but the pair failed to stop.
The men travelled on a pedestrian pathway into a residential estate making abusive gestures.
Officers are attempting to trace the men as they would like to speak to them in connection with possible furious riding and public order offences.
The Howletts Wild Animal Park in Canterbury is celebrating the arrival of a new Langur.
It's the fifth to be born since the family of monkeys moved into the park in 2010.
The new addition was born to mother, Grubb and father, Sam.
Although, first time mother Grubb is still very protective of her new born, now is the best time for visitors to spot the baby as when they are little they are bright orange in colour, which is a vast contrast to the other black furred langurs.