By Nichola Scott Take a look at the pianos around Canterbury below. Canterbury festival‘s pianos have been broken into and vandalised after they have been locked up overnight. The instruments are locked at 10pm due to licensing but are being pried open and defaced. They have been placed throughout the city to create a free public art… Read More ‘Play me, I’m yours’ project vandalised at night
By Christie Brewington Hate crime in Kent has fallen by nearly 10 per cent in a year, new figures show. Police data shows an 8.2 per cent drop in hate crime between 2013/14 and 2014/15 – with 133 fewer reports. Last Tuesday, the Home Office released their annual figures for hate crime reports throughout England… Read More Hate crime decreasing in Kent say police
Christie Brewington is reporting from one of Canterbury’s busiest student streets. Check it out here. By Christie Brewington Students fear they may be priced out of Canterbury following the introduction of Article 4 that prevents landlords converting houses in residential areas. Article 4 was passed last Friday and will now require landlords to apply for… Read More Will Article 4 drive students out of Canterbury?