Suspicious Package Closes Canterbury High Street

  A suspicious package found at the Army careers office on Canterbury high street this morning has seen the lower part of St. Peter’s Street completely cordoned off. There … Continue Reading →
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Inquire’s Alternative Evening Ideas

Farah Chowdhury rounds up the best of alternative nights out in Canterbury. What’s good to do when the rain falls and you don’t fancy heading to the usual places? What … Continue Reading →

The Satellite Tour at The Ballroom

I headed down to The Ballroom to catch the first date of The Satellite Tour, a fourteen date stint around some of the most intimate venues in the U.K. This was actually the first … Continue Reading →

Blink: A True Love Story at The Marlowe Studio

Thomas Pickles and Lizzy Watts are on stage for 70 minutes. No interval, no scene change, not a single break from their relentless love story from the moment the curtain goes up, to … Continue Reading →

Cafe des Amis Evacuates Customers as Christmas Tree is Set Alight

Cafe des Amis, a restaurant situated near Westgate, had to evacuate customers yesterday evening due to a fire. The incident occurred around 6.30pm, and was allegedly caused by a … Continue Reading →

Dimmed Christmas Spirits in Canterbury

In an effort to conserve finances this holiday season, the Canterbury City Council has opted out of publicly lighting up the High Street over Christmas – much to the dismay of … Continue Reading →

The Marlowe Theatre Vs. Canterbury Cathedral: A Look at Canterbury’s Architecture

Which is better, the iconic Canterbury Cathedral or the dazzling new Marlowe Theatre? Emile Harris casts a critical eye towards Canterbury’s diverse range of architecture. The … Continue Reading →

Three Canterbury Police Officers Suspended for Misconduct

Three police officers were suspended after allegedly assaulting a man in a department store on Canterbury high street. CCTV footage shows three Kent police officers detaining a man … Continue Reading →

Canterbury in Pictures: Autumn

Canterbury is a scenic town in it’s own right but there’s no doubt the changing of the seasons gives it a fresh, vibrant new look. This week both Jessica Mills and Sian … Continue Reading →

Medway Buses to Run on Weekends

The Estates department have announced that the Campus Shuttle Buses will now run on weekends. The bus service, which currently runs an hourly service between the Canterbury and Medway … Continue Reading →

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