Police have cordoned off and shut part of the Park Wood path while they investigate a reported incident of assault.
Kent Police told InQuire that the assault is said to have taken ... Continue Reading →
Laura Kennelly hits back at critics of Lily Allen, who claim her new video for ‘Hard Out Here’ is racist.
Lily Allen has recently been caught up in a media frenzy over ... Continue Reading →
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 →
According to our Newspaper Entertainment Editor Reginald D. Hunter is the epitomie of cool. Here’s how she found his stand-up tour.
I made an error on the night of Wednesday 20th ... Continue Reading →
Following a report by the National Audit Office (NAO), it has come to light that £5.3 billion worth of student loans are unaccounted for and will subsequently be written off.
Atotal ... Continue Reading →
The great Nelson Mandela sadly passed on 5th December. As tributes from across the world poured in for the former South African President, many came from the sporting community, all ... Continue Reading →
FIFA recently announced its 23-man shortlist to contest who will win the most prestigious individual award in the game, the Ballon D’or. Awarded to the year’s best player and voted ... Continue Reading →
Can adverts be art? Lucia Ennis gives her opinion on all the ‘artsy’ adverts that have hit our screens this festive season.
It’s John Lewis’s most wonderful time of ... Continue Reading →
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 →
Henry Broome reviews The History Boys, performed by University drama society T24. Here is what he thought:
The History Boys by Alan Bennett is a play that needs little introduction. ... Continue Reading →