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.
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A Canterbury Choir will tonight sing six new pieces in a young composer competition.
The Caritas Chamber choir invited 18 to 30 year olds to write a composition inspired by Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.
Sarah Saunders caught up with the finalists at rehearsals at the University of Kent.
In an interview with ITV Meridian presenter Stacey Poole, Canterbury's new MP - Rosie Duffield, explains why she's against the decision to transfer services from the Kent & Canterbury Hospital to Margate and Ashford.
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Here's a look at what happened in Canterbury in Kent, where Labour took the seat which had been held by Conservatives since 1918. The new MP defeating the long-standing incumbent, Julian Brazier, with a margin of just about 200 votes. The report is followed by an interview with Rosie Duffield, the city's new MP.
Labour gain from Conservative
Rosie Duffield (Lab) 25,572 (45.02%, +20.48%)
Sir Julian Brazier (C) 25,385 (44.69%, +1.83%)
James Flanagan (LD) 4,561 (8.03%, -3.62%)
Henry Stanton (Green) 1,282 (2.26%, -4.75%)
Electorate 78,137; Turnout 56,800 (72.69%, +8.65%)<
Recount taking place at Canterbury. After around a 200 vote difference in Conservatives favour.
Results will be announced shortly.
Hundreds of campaigners marched through Canterbury today in protest over plans to move some hospital services to Ashford or Margate.
East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust claims the proposed changes are to happen because there not enough consultants. Tony Green reports.
People at today's march have been explaining their reasons for protesting against planned changes to health care provision in East Kent. A protester who says her life was saved at the Kent & Canterbury Hospital, explains why she is campaigning to keep services on her doorstep.