Charlotte examines the problem of poo in our rivers and possible alternative strategies for mitigating flooding, such as using our rainwater.
Stories of general interest to the whole of the UK
Little Amal, the 3.5m high puppet of a Syrian child refugee was welcomed into Canterbury on her long walk from the Turkish-Syrian border.
Racism, sexism and misogyny are endemic within our institutions. Jan Fuscoe believes that a new law, CHIS, is a threat to the rule of law.
Folkestone CLP calls for a rethink on refugees. Constituency officer Abena made a powerful speech in support.
During Covid, a food bank which used to supply 200 food parcels per month had to hand out the equivalent of 200 food parcels per week
Don shares more of his memories as a Coastguard Search and Rescue Officer following his retirement. One or two of them are highly amusing.
We present two poems, plus reference to one published earlier to celebrate the big poetry weekend, in the wake of National Poetry Day
Out of sight, out of mind. The Invisible workers who clean our offices, slaughter our cattle, make our sandwiches. Poetry Week.
What do you need to become a school governor? Theresa Dickens explores the topic for us, based on her own experience of becoming a governor.
According to recent reports our PM wants us to be heading backwards to pounds and ounces. But will this be acceptable to the British people?