Garbage the hamster saved in dramatic rescue
Meet Garbage. This handsome little chap was dumped in his cage at the bottom of a large household wheelie bin in Market Street, Herne Bay.
City centre driver ban bollard system to be switched on
The system preventing vehicles entering the city centre between 10.30am and 4pm every day will come into force on Monday 26 October.
Scheme set to make installing solar panels cheaper and easier
A scheme launched this month means buying solar panels for your home has never been so easy and will be more cost effective than ever before.
Council goes electric for cleaner air
Canterbury City Council has taken delivery of its first-ever electric vehicle, with more planned for its fleet in the near future.
Work to start on Crab and Winkle cycle route extension
Cycling in Whitstable will soon be getting a boost as work starts on an extension to the Crab and Winkle cycle route in the town.
Wickes pulls out of Wincheap deal
Today we can announce that plans for Wickes to move into the former Homebase building in Wincheap, which we own, have fallen through.
Live indoor gigs return to the King's Hall
Live indoor gigs with an audience return to Herne Bay's King's Hall in style next month (September) as three local bands take to the stage.
Posters warn nitrous oxide users to be aware of the law
Posters warning that using laughing gas is no laughing matter are being put up around the district to deter users.
Council in don't lose your right to vote plea
Being able to have your say by voting in elections has never been so important. Last month Canterbury City Council started the annual process of keeping the electoral roll up to date...
Views sought on leisure centre parking charges
Public consultation starts today (Thursday 13 August) on proposals to change parking charges at the leisure centre car parks at Kingsmead in Canterbury and Whitstable.