Canterbury News

Friday, November 17, 2017

Richard Arnold, of Herne Bay, defrauded a customer and stole from the Post Office safe

The majority of the homes were delivered in Dartford and Maidstone

Historians and academics will share work on the 14th century Edward Prince of Wales, including why he decided to be buried in the city cathedral

More than 80 people were killed in the tragedy in west London back in June

All four remain in police custody

You can hand in illegally held weapons without risk of prosecution at a host of police stations around county

A 26-year-old man from the town remains in police custody

County Hall has defended the decision, insisting it is legal, ethical and generates a good return

Crash involved a bus and a VW Polo car at around 10.15pm on Wednesday night

The Christmas lights company said it will not provide for this winter if fees, plus outstanding debt, are not paid in full by November 15

Temporary cuts to services have been in place since June and are not likely to return until the new year

The change was spotted by students in the city on Monday

The mum-of-two defied the odds to beat Tory stalwart Sir Julian Brazier in June’s election

The incident happened in St George’s Street

Crime took place last month - now police are stepping up their hunt

The Moon will appear larger and brighter - and is best viewed as it rises at sun down

Battle raged to prevent fire spreading to machinery and other wood supplies

A lack of medical professionals has particularly impacted services at Kent & Canterbury Hospital

KCC is launching an awareness campaign throughout November

The council said money it receives for so-called care leavers is “wholly insufficient”

She claimed she hadn’t witnessed any specific cases since being elected but that “there are always stories”

Many areas across the county have a history of spooky sighting

Farmers are making the most of the staggeringly short season

Police issue CCTV of man they want to talk to in connection to incident in St George’s Place

He pleaded guilty as he appeared in court this week - and is now starting a five year term behind bars

Eight fire engines plus specialist height crews fought the flames for several hours

KCC grits over 2,500 miles of the county’s roads

Many vice chancellors responded with anger following receipt of a letter from Chris Heaton-Harris

The Ministry of Justice announced a £3m investment to improve safety in jails earlier this week

Many vice chancellors responded with anger following receipt of a letter from Chris Heaton-Harris

Paul Hollywood, who lives near Canterbury, chose to stick with the programme while his colleagues departed

The Unite union claims working conditions have deteriorated since DHL Tradeteam took over the contract for the delivery of Carlsberg’s products earlier this month

KCC also had to shell out some £184,178 in compensation over the last year

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