Writing's on the wall for district's graffiti vandals
The writing's on the wall for graffiti vandals and taggers across the district thanks to a new crew dedicated to cracking down on criminal damage with spray cans and marker pens.
Young people help shape the district's future
Dozens of pupils from the district's secondary schools have taken part in a virtual conference to help the city council shape the future of the area.
Short delay to city centre security bollards switch-on
A number of factors that are out of Canterbury City Council’s direct control means the switching on of the city centre’s security bollards will NOT take place on Monday 26 October.
Electric scooter scheme comes to Canterbury
Kent County Council, Canterbury City Council and Bird, the leading micro-mobility operator, have teamed up to bring affordable, environmentally friendly electric scooters to Canterbury.
City centre bollards system set to be switched on
The system preventing vehicles entering the city centre will come into force on Monday 26 October.
Councils take back direct control of 17,000 homes
Four east Kent councils have taken over the direct management of around 17,000 of their own homes.
Get sleuthing to solve the black dog mystery
A spooky new mystery will get visitors to the Beaney sleuthing from this Saturday (3 October).
Exhibition documents lockdown life in Canterbury
A special exhibition celebrating the creativity, stories and experiences of the community during lockdown is open now at the Beaney.
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.
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.