Canterbury News

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Among other problems, waiting times for cancer diagnostic tests, specialist appointments and treatment are longer than national standards

Gareth Johnson says the attacker “turned his back on us and our values and embraced evil itself”

Masood is believed to have used a number of aliases and most recently lived in the West Midlands

Shepway councillors last night voted against plans to create a merged district authority

Five people died and 40 were injured in an incident which saw Kent MPs locked inside the House of Commons yesterday

More than half of the hospital’s junior doctors will move to other sites due to a lack of permanent consultant doctors

Councillors in Dover and Thanet voted to take the process through to consultation

Visit Kent launches the project which will start in Medway and then be rolled out countywide during the next three years

The Arts Council has issued grants across the country

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) today voted to merge and create The National Education Union

Charlie Elphicke called for assurance investment in the county’s infrastructure would be delivered

Approximately £364m will be spent on social care by KCC this year alone

Helen Whately quizzed the health secretary on plans to draw more consultants to the county

East Kent College has been overseeing the running of Canterbury College since last year - now it wants to make the move permanent

Health bosses predict up to 50 of the 900 people who attend the hospital each day will be affected over the next two to three months

The Canterbury baker also defended his decision to remain on the cookery competition programme amid criticism

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Barry Sheerman told MPs why he is opposed to the government’s plans to create new grammar schools

Campaign designed to remind people of how the basic safety device can literally save lives

David De Min has created an app which allows the user to edit videos during the process of filming, saving hours of time

Ideas to merge karting, bikes and cars are expected to be announced soon

Rail company delays clear response for hours (now we know how commuters feel)

Head quits after months of controversy following aborted academisation plan

The Tory peer was axed as a government adviser last week for rebelling over Brexit

A spokesperson for the Department for Education said the claims were “based on speculation”

Some traders have voiced concerns but councillors insist a return to a more locally-focused festival will be good for the town

Richard Williams, 48, was suspended from Chilham St Mary’s C of E Primary School following his arrest

Geraint Davies has worked for Secamb for 12 years

Kent County Council offers “transport assistance” to children from low income families who are entitled to receive free school meals

Between March 9 and 27, Kent residents who registered for the Big Weekend ballot before it closed on March 3 can log back in and check the website for last minute offers

The chancellor’s plans are expected to include help for companies facing hikes in their business rates, as well as additional money for social care, schools and science

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