The mother of Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom has picked two school children from Canterbury to take lead roles in a production of her own.
Sonia Copeland Bloom - who wrote a series of children's books about mini-beasts - is producing an animated pilot to pitch to broadcasters and film studios. Sarah Saunders reports.
A new baby rhino has been born in a wildlife park in Kent. The unnamed calf is the first black rhino to be born at Howletts for 40 years.Read the full story ›
A2 Canterbury Road both ways closed due to accident at Preston Avenue.
Detectives investigating a serious sexual assault in Canterbury have released a CCTV image.
A woman reported she was the victim of a serious sexual assault in a car park in Link Lane in the city on the afternoon of the 6th of October.
"We believe that the man pictured may have information which could help with our enquiries and I would ask that the man – or anyone who recognises him - gets in contact with us."
All buildings on the University of Kent's Canterbury campus have now reopened following a security alert in the Templeman Library earlier today.
Kent police attended the incident and said:
"Throughout, our main priority and concern was the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff, and visitors to the campus."
Dover and Canterbury made it into the top 10 most miserable towns and cities in the UK. But do you agree?Read the full story ›
A new statue has been unveiled in the grounds of Canterbury Cathedral by the Queen of Denmark to recognise the Royal East Kent Regiment, The Buffs. We talk to Major Peter White, Corporal Toreenj Hilligsoe and sculptor Peter Birkett.
The Queen of Denmark has unveiled a bronze statue in recognition of the Royal East Kent Regiment. Queen Margrethe was the guest of honour at the ceremony in the grounds of Canterburry Cathedral. The sculpture is a lasting tribute to The Buffs, which was one of the oldest regiments of the British Army. British and Danish veterans were among those taking part in today's event.
African elephants at Howletts are enjoying their new area to play in.Read the full story ›
A mother of five says the boiler in her home, thought to be at the centre of the devastating Tannery Fire in Canterbury - had been inspected by engineers only the day before.
Anna-Marie Carman and her family lost all their possessions in the blaze which quickly destroyed 16 homes. They have been temporarily staying at her sisters one-bedroom flat and she says they desperately need to be re-homed.