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Three and a half thousand people have taken part in the Hastings Half Marathon. The event is now in its thirty second year and attracts fun runners as well as athletes from around the world. The majority of participants are raising money for charity but some use it as a warm up for other marathons and major races. Tom Savvides reports
Human rights organisation, Liberty, is calling for a fresh inquest into the death of Sean Benton from Hastings.
The young soldier was found with gunshot wounds to the chest at Deepcut army barracks in 1995.
The Attorney General is due to decide whether to open a new inquest over the next few months.
The miniature railway in Alexandra Park in Hastings has been reopened.
The railway was originally opened in 1980, with a second loop built in the late 1980s.
Originally mixed gauge, the line was operated on an occasional basis by local model engineers, but their use stopped early last year, and the track and buildings fell into disrepair.
The operation was taken over late in 2015 by Dan Radcliffe, who runs Hastings Miniature Railway on the town’s seafront who has completely overhauled the line.
The world's biggest underground skatepark is opening in Hastings.
The Source Park is on the site of the old White Rock Baths and has taken almost a year to complete.
The development's created thirty new jobs and it's hoped it will attract riders and skateboarders from across the region.
"After months of refurbishment we're really excited to finally be opening The Source Park. We're so pleased that our vision for the dilapidated site has at last come to fruition and will offer riders and skaters a state of the art, world class facility here in our home town Hastings.
"Our thanks must go to all our partners for their support and commitment especially over the last year to help us make it happen."
Police investigating the disappearance of Hastings man, Karl Bunster, have arrested a man and a woman on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.
A 48-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman were arrested and are currently in custody.
The last confirmed sighting of Karl was in Hastings on December 17th.
"We would like to hear from anyone who has any information that can help this investigation. Karl's family and friends are extremely concerned and I fear he has come to harm. If anyone knows anything that will help us find out what has happened to Karl, please get in touch."
It will be a unique attraction unlike any other in the world.
This weekend the doors of Hastings underground skatepark will open first the time - allowing children as well as professional skateboarders and BMX riders to get to grips with the region's newest thrills.
In time, it's hoped the former Turkish baths will hold international events. Andy Dickenson has been given a sneak peek of the ramps and speaks to BMX rider Dan Lacey, Cllr Dawn Poole and Richard Moore of The Source.