Campaigners against plans to build a link road between Hastings and Bexhill say they will take "direct action" if the scheme continue.
The owner of two dogs has pleaded guilty after they attacked 10 people in Hastings.
A 21-year-old man, charged following a dog attack which left ten people needing hospital treatment, will appear in court today.
A selection of photographs of moustaches dating as far back as the Victorian age are wowing visitors to Hastings museum. The museum is looking for even more examples. “This display is interesting but great fun too!" according to Councillor Emily Westley.
A259 Hastings Road is closed both ways due to vehicle fire at Lewis Avenue (Ravenside Roundabout). Police are directing traffic but drivers are being warned of long delays.
Artist impression issued by the Hastings Pier Charity of how the Victorian pier may look following renovation, as as a community share offer has been launched in a bid to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds to rebuild Hastings pier in East Sussex
The Hastings Pier Trust says its already sold £70,000 worth of shares towards the restoration of the pier.
It wants to raise a total of £200,000. The pier was partially destroyed by fire in October 2010.
Plans are under way to mark the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings in the town linked to the most famous conflict in English history. A small steering committee has been set up to work on a series of events in Battle, near Hastings, East Sussex, on October 14, 2016.
The events aim to mark the significance of the battle which altered the course of history in medieval England and led to the Norman Conquest.
It is hoped that a senior Royal Family member will attend the commemoration as the Queen helped mark the 900th anniversary in 1966.
A lunch with invited guests from Normandy and further afield will kick off events being organised by the steering committee, called Concorde 950, led by Peter Field, the Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex.
Video. Thousands of visitors had the chance to experience life in the build up to the Battle of Hastings. The grounds of Battle Abbey were transformed into a tented encampment this weekend. The full recreation of the battle didn't take place because of damage to the site.
A rapist has been detained indefinitely under the Mental Health Act after being found guilty of rape and sexual assault.
Following a trial at Hove Crown Court, Timothy Perkins was sentenced to an indefinite hospital order under section 37 of the Mental Health Act.
The trial heard that Perkins was arrested for raping a 24-year-old woman at her home in Bexhill after they met on an internet dating site.
After the case, Detective Constable Carol Shoesmith said, "Perkins shows a total disregard for the devastating effect his abuse had on his victim."
The newest arrivals to Hastings’ Blue Reef Aquarium may only be the size of a fingernail but they have a big reputation. The aquarium has been donated 10 baby endangered phantasmal poison frogs – believed to be one of the most toxic amphibians on the planet.
The frogs were donated by an amphibian specialist in Kent where they were born as part of a captive breeding programme. Blue Reef’s Chris Ireland said: “Virtually all species of frogs, and many amphibians as well, are becoming increasingly endangered in the wild.
Hastings Council wants to introduce a ban on off-licences selling strong alcohol across parts of the town. If it does so, it will be the first council in Sussex to take the step. They say the ban will be voluntary. But they're determined to tackle the problem of street drinking.
Well earlier, Fred Dinenage spoke to Councillor Jay Kramer who has been looking at this issue. He started by asking her how bad the problem of street drinking had got in Hastings.
Doormen and women who work at bars and clubs in Hastings are to be given special video cameras to attach to their bodies. The equipment has previously been used by police. It should cut crime and protect door staff from injury or false allegations.