March 17, 2020

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December 20, 2019

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Labour’s Rosie Duffield has won a second term as the Member of Parliament for Canterbury, Whitstable and surrounding villages.

The Kent constituency was the second-most marginal seat in the Meridian region before the general el...

November 22, 2019

Following on from this stolen segment’s debut last week where I looked at those who are hopeful of having 10 Downing Street as their permanent residence, we will now be casting dispersions based off of very little for those who want your vote specifically. The vast maj...

November 8, 2019

Image courtesy of: Canterbury Homeless Outreach

Thursday, 10 October marked World Homelessness Day. To raise awareness on the issue, 40 businesses across Canterbury turned their shop fronts purple, the signature colour of Porchlight.

Set up in 1974, Porchlight is a chari...

October 25, 2019

Image courtesy of: Arno Mikkor

Mr Johnson, who was selected as party leader back in July, made the surprise announcement at a fringe meeting during last month’s party conference. However, the city does not feature on a list of 40 hospital projects earmarked by the Healt...

October 24, 2019

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An insight on the best way to find a house for your second year at university.

Searching for a house may seem like a long way away, but it’s good to be prepared. Firstly, don’t feel pressured to go house hunting very early on in the term....

October 15, 2019

It’s the 1500s. After centuries of disease, invasion and several burnt cathedrals, Canterbury is back as a top-ranking English city; populous, rich and still a prime location for pilgrims from all over Europe. At the centre of all this was the cathedral (still in one p...

October 10, 2019

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“We're the Kent University Real Ale & Cider Society and we look forward to meeting you” A cry easily lost amongst many in the hustle and bustle of the welcome week society fayre, but a cry that comes from the hearts of those alread...

October 1, 2019

Welcome to episode four of InQuire’s History of Canterbury. Previously, we showed how the dramatic death of Archbishop Becket in 1170 changed Canterbury’s history forever and turned it into a European religious centre. This episode explores the rest of Canterbury’s med...

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