Canterbury News

Friday, May 26, 2017

A yellow rain warning has been issued between Sunday and Monday

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It follows the change of threat level to critical

150 guests attended the opening of the Sibson Building, named after Professor Robin, who was vice-chancellor of the university between 1994 and 2001

The Conservatives romped to power by claiming 67 of the 81 seats on offer following the vote on May 4

Anson Simms was due to appear at Medway Magistrates’ Court today

Additional police officer patrols will take place at key locations like Canterbury Cathedral, Dover and Bluewater

Patients can now benefit from transfusions in a Mobile Chemotherapy Unit, rather than having to travel to Kent & Canterbury Hospital

Police have confirmed 22 people, including children, have died in the attack which left a further 59 injured

Conservative Paul Cooper claimed “a whole street could save on council tax for a year” if KCC stopped handing out the kit

The franchise is currently held by Southeastern, part of the Go Ahead group

The highest temperature recorded in the UK so far this year is 25.8C at Gravesend and Faversham on May 16

The Federation of Small Businesses has reported that two-thirds of its members have been victims

Seven fresh rules come into force on May 20 to help clear the air

All residents and staff were safely evacuated to another building and were assessed by paramedics

KCC has suggested TfL could have pumped more cash into new trains, but would not necessarily have improved services

Failing to win a certain number of votes can lead to huge financial costs for political parties

The Tories won 67 out of the 81 seats at County Hall in the local elections earlier this month

Thousands of campaigners have opposed proposals suggesting some trains would no longer stop at Pluckley, Headcorn, Staplehurst, Marden and Paddock Wood

The university will continue to consult over how best to develop the site over the next 30-50 years

Osman Elmi, 25, Kerem Bedensel, 28, and Reneo Shehu, 19, were arrested near the scene of the incident in Edgar Road last year

It was the only NHS trust reportedly affected by the attack

Canterbury goes to the polls on June 8

The conclusion was made using a formula based on temperature, dry days and rainfall

Hundreds of local students are sitting the tests this week

Best-selling author met students and was given a tour of the much-improved secondary

The Tunbridge Wells-based FTA says moving border controls back to the UK from France would be “catastrophic” for the industry

The former Ukip leader said you could question the party’s future if Theresa May delivers “the kind of Brexit that voters wanted”

Labour candidate for Chatham and Aylesford Vince Maple has already ruled out the possibility of the parties joining forces

Crews received the call just before 3am and were on the scene for more than two hours

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