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 landslip at Stonegate has caused disruption to rail services on the Hastings line. The tracks have been left unsupported with all the ballast washed away.
A 12-year-old girl has been attacked in Hastings. Police released an e-fit after the incident.
The twelve-year-old was knocked to the ground with a bat on a footpath just off the Ridge as she walked home from school earlier this week. Police believe a group of four teenagers may have seen the attacker running past the Robert de Mortain pub.
Detective Inspector Rob Morland said: "We're still keen to speak to anyone who was in the area. One potential witness is a white man, in his fifties or sixties who was smart and in a light coloured striped suit and smart shoes who was walking along that same path shortly before the attack.
A group of four teenage boys who used the footpath to get to The Ridge may also have seen the man running past them at the Robert de Mortain pub. The victim is understandably very shaken by what happened. We need to find her attacker."
A 24-year-old man is being questioned.
This is the man police would like to speak to about an attack on a 12-year-old girl on her way home from school in Hastings.
The schoolgirl was attacked by a man who knocked her to the ground with a bat between 3.30pm and 4.15pm on Monday on a footpath just off The Ridge.
She was opposite the BP garage at The Ridge when she was struck but screamed when her attacker grabbed her and he ran off. The 12-year-old suffered a minor head injury but was badly shaken.
Detective Inspector Rob Morland said: "We're still keen to speak to anyone who was in the area.
One potential witness is a white man, in his fifties or sixties who was smart and in a light coloured striped suit who was walking the same path shortly before the attack. A group of four teenage boys who used the footpath may also have seen the man running past them at the Robert de Mortain pub."
Hastings residents who took part in a naked flashmob said the event had a real sense of camaraderie.
– Hannah Corke, 25, flashmob participant
I thought it was really funny. It hasn't been done before. I gave birth five months ago and it's quite liberating to get naked in front of lots of people and get rid of that post-pregnancy fear."
The Jerwood Gallery in Hastings is up against the Georges House Gallery, Folkestone, and Brighton's Royal Pavilion and Museums to secure photographer Spencer Tunick for a photoshoot during the Connect 10 Museums at Night Festival weekend in May.
– Liz Gilmore, Jerwood Gallery director
Hastings is so celebrated for its special festivals, including Jack in the Green, Pirate's Day and Hastings bonfire. The culturally-rich and quirky traditions of Hastings and actual site location would make a wonderfully fitting context for this one-off event."
Up to 30 hardy exhibitionists braved bitingly cold wind and rain to bare all in a naked flash mob on a beach in East Sussex. The stunt was staged in Hastings in an effort to attract acclaimed photographer Spencer Tunick to the seaside town.
The resort's Jerwood Gallery is on a three-strong shortlist, alongside venues in Folkestone, Kent, and Brighton, vying to host American Tunick, famed for mass nude photoshoots.
Against the backdrop of Hastings' fishing boats in the Old Town area, people disrobed in an attempt to win the public vote contest, organised by Culture 24.
Fishermen in Hastings are warning that the bad weather could drive them out of business. Storms over the last month have left much of the fishing fleet grounded - with many crews only managing to go out three times in 30 days.
Fishermen say the weather, combined with fresh cuts to quotas, is putting livelihoods at risk.
The body of a woman found at Winchelsea Beach yesterday (Wednesday, January 8) has been confirmed as the missing lady from Hastings.
Shirley Coalbran, 76, who went missing from her Coghurst Road home, was found yesterday shortly after 11am.
Her death is not being treated as suspicious and the coroner has been informed.
Police are concerned for a 76-year-old woman who has gone missing from her home in Hastings overnight.
Shirley Coalbran was last seen when she went to bed at around 11pm at her home in Coghurst Road but was reported to have left the house by 1am.
Sergeant Jane Batcheler from Sussex Police said, "Shirley has mild alzheimer's and is known to like looking at the sea and walks along the sea front. We have had some very high winds in Hastings overnight so we are concerned for her welfare.
"She is believed to be wearing a black Parka style coat with fur around the hood and black boots. If anyone sees her, please get in touch as both us and her family are extremely worried."
Please call 101 quoting serial 56 of 7/1.