A shop assistant has been treated for serious cuts and bruises at the Conquest Hospital after being attacked with an iron bar.
Five men, one armed with what appeared to be a gun, targeted a supermarket in the Silverhill area of Hastings.
The men escaped with what is believed to be several hundred pounds in cash.
The incident happened just after 8.30pm on Tuesday 31st January at the supermarket in Sedlecsombe Road North.
The 35-year old male shop assistant was hit in the face with an iron bar.
All of the suspects have been described as black.
The first man to enter the store and who took the cash is described to be in his mid to late twenties, with a full beard and wearing a long green coat with the hood up.
They are believed to have left in a white van which drove away down Paynton Road.
One of the south-east's biggest NHS Trusts will remain in special measures despite making significant improvements. East Sussex Healthcare Trust runs various sites, including Eastbourne District General Hospital and the Conquest in Hastings. Inspectors say real progress has been made in surgery but low staffing levels in Accident and Emergency need to be addressed. Tom Savvides talks to Director of Nursing, Jayne Cannon, Chief Executive Dr Adrian Bull, patient campaigner Liz Walke and Alan Thorne from the Care Quality Commission.
The Hastings Youth Council has submitted a petition to the Home Secretary, Amber Rudd to appoint a mental health minister to overlook and monitor mental health and ensure an adequate response to a growing mental health crisis in Britain.
They presented the petition with over 280 signatures to the Hastings and Rye MP at her local constituency office in St Leonards.
Mental health is very important to the young people in Hastings and this is why it's been a campaign of ours.
A fox in Brighton had a lucky escape after he was rescued by the RSPCA after getting stuck in an iron gate.
The fox had tried to jump through the gaps in the gate but managed to get caught on a spike.
He is now recovering after receiving treatment at the RSPCA Centre in Hastings.
One person was rescued and other patients evacuated from their beds after fire broke out at the Conquest hospital in Hastings.
Fire crews were called at 12.30am on Sunday morning after the blaze started at the mental health centre.
There are no reports of any injuries.
A spokesman for East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said four pumps were called, and the fire was put out by 2am.
He added that crews returned to the scene this morning to check for damage.
Investigations are under way to establish how it started.
A reward has been offered for locating a man who is on the run from police.
Grant Searle, who is 25-years old, was originally jailed for four-and-a-half years for burglary in April 2014.
Following his release on licence, he is suspected of continuing to offend and he has now been recalled to prison.
Searle has links to the Hastings and St Leonards area and it is thought that he is still in the area.
He has been wanted since the end of September and a £300 reward has been offered for information leading to his arrest.
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More than forty of the world's top BMX riders have come to Sussex for the Battle of Hastings competition. It's the first large scale event to be held at The Source, the largest subterranean skate park in the world. Charlotte Wilkins has been speaking to Richard Moore from The Source Park, Dakota Roche and Dan Lacey, two professional BMX riders taking part.
A nine year legal battle over compensation for the closure of Hastings Pier comes to an end today
The Supreme Court is due to rule if Hastings Council must pay millions of pounds to a company which used to run the attractions - but went bust when the pier was closed for safety reasons.
Hastings Council has taken a fight to the highest court in the land. The local authority is mounting a last ditch bid to avoid paying compensation for closing part of the pier ten years ago.
The dispute is between the council which said part of the structure wasn't safe, and the companies that were based on the pier, which were affected by having no customers. The judges at The Supreme Court have been hearing the argument from both sides. From Middlesex Guildhall, Andrea Thomas reports.