Canterbury News

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Believed the young woman had only arrived on the site 24-hours before she was found dead

The weather has also presented challenges for growers across the county

The company racked up more written complaints than any other for the fifth consecutive year

Glenn Douglas is taking up the post of CEO at the Kent and Medway Sustainability and Transformation Partnership

There were 762 recorded complaints in the county last year

Additional security measures were introduced after the threat level was temporarily raised

Chiefs say staff shortages combined with continued increases in demand are responsible for the high spending

The work of vigilante groups has previously helped secure convictions across Kent and south east London

Up to 68 carriages have been brought in from Thameslink and Southern services

None of the buildings were found to have the specific aluminium composite material present at Grenfell

KCC disputes the college’s claim it is owed some £800,000 in funding support

The multinational company won the six-year £90m contract last summer but has performed poorly ever since

If funding is agreed, highways chiefs say work could begin early next year

The development proposes a five or six-screen cinema, shops, bars, restaurants and homes

The 1960s-built Templeman Library at the Canterbury campus houses more than one million books and journals

A new report has assessed the huge economic impact of HS1 since it began in 2007

Some Southern train services are disrupted after a tree fell on the line between Tonbridge and Redhill

Can you help officers?

The South Thanet MP supported the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill but raised some concerns

Gloomy forecast will put memories of summer out of our mind

Concerns were raised by opposition members, however, over the council’s recruitment strategy

The TV star, who lives near Canterbury, said the photo was taken in 2003 when he was on his way to a themed party

The Labour MP also discussed Brexit, the NHS and also paid tribute to her predecessor, Sir Julian Brazier

Chiefs say incidents of spitting at officers are under-reported

KCC is launching a campaign aimed at giving 16 to 24-year-olds the confidence to voice concerns

The movie involves a gang of young children who face their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown

The new scheme is set to be rolled out across the city next month

There are currently 137 people in the county on the list

Figures are on the rise in the county, but the government says the proportion of schools reporting a head teacher vacancy has decreased

Shingles is a very itchy, painful, burning group of blisters caused by the reactivation of the chickenpox virus

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