Canterbury’s Flooding in Pictures

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Flooded House? Follow These Tips

Percival Kleft outlines some of the ways in which you can restore a sense of normality to your world if your house succumbs to the rain and floods. Are you worried that you’re going … 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 Short Life of Flappy Bird

Like Marmite, you either love Flappy Bird or you hate it. But for those of you who love it, hold onto your copy of the app, because it’s no longer available. Chris Heron writes … Continue Reading →

How Music is Being Marred

Joel Tennant probes into what’s affecting the music industry most negatively. It’s far too easy to harp on and on about how Justin Bieber was a parody of himself before he … Continue Reading →

Top 5 UK Backpacking Destinations

A guide for someone looking for an action-packed, adventure filled summer. Plausibly funded by a dead relative because train travel is deceptively expensive, even with a 16-25 Railcard.   Shell … Continue Reading →

9 Reasons Why Jason Derulo’s ‘Trumpets’ is Not Good

Thanks to pictures of Jason frolicking with dogs, poor musical choices and unadulterated arrogance, Hetty doesn’t like Trumpets by Jason Derulo. Read on for other reasons. 1. … Continue Reading →

Ten of the Best Non-Translatable Words

Sam Howlett takes a linguistic trip around some of the world’s more precise languages. Hold onto your hats and prepare to find out what the English language is lacking in. There … Continue Reading →

We’re all Team Nigella

Cerys Thomas fights Nigella’s corner, and evaluates why Team Nigella has become a nationwide phenomenon. She may have admitted to cannabis and cocaine use in court last week, … Continue Reading →

City Review: Cusco, Peru

  Alasdair Lawrence writes about Cusco, Peru and why it’s one of the most interesting cities in the world. For me one of the most beautiful cities on earth would be Cusco, … Continue Reading →

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