A gang of men have been convicted of tying up a student and torturing him to try to make him hand over money.
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.
Police are concerned for a missing teenager from Hastings.
William Lelliott, 14, failed to turn up to school last Friday and hasn't returned to his Ravine Close home since.
PC Rob Megit said: "William has made contact with his family and has been seen around Hastings but obviously his family want him to return home. He is described as being 5' 3", white with curly brown hair and hazel coloured eyes.
"It is believed he was last wearing his William Parker Academy uniform and is often seen with a skateboard. Anyone who sees him is asked to call police on 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting 1190 of 14/3."
A pedestrian who died after a collision with a police car at Havelock Road in Hastings last night has been named locally as James Sutton.
A man who was being treated by paramedics after taking anti-freeze in Hastings ran off and is now being sought as concern increases for his health.
Paul Blaikie, 36, ran off from St Helen's Road soon after 8am on Thursday.
It is thought he may have been heading for Alexander Park and a police helicopter is being used in the search for him.
Sergeant Paul Elrick from Hastings police said: "We are very concerned about Paul as we are advised that the amount of anti-freeze that he is believed to have ingested could prove extremely harmful and if not treated promptly, could be fatal.
Indeed, we have been informed that his eyesight was already affected when he was being treated and it could well appear that he is very drunk or comatose.
"He is of stocky build with dark, greying hair and was wearing blue jeans, a red hooded top and a dark coat.
"If you see him, it is essential that he gets medical treatment immediately, so please call 999 for an ambulance straight away."
A man has died after a collision with a police car in Hastings at around 7.20pm last night. He was on foot near the A259 in the White Rock area of the town, at its junction with the A21 Havelock Road, when the incident happened.
The pedestrian is believed to be a local man in his forties. He died at the scene. Paramedics and officers had tried to save him. The incident has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Work is underway to restore the historic pier at Hastings that was destroyed by fire several years ago.
The pier, which opened in August 1872, was finally closed to the public in 2006 after storm damage and was then bought by the council.
The repair work to the pier's frame is due to be completed by Easter 2015.
A 15-year-old girl from Hastings with mild learning difficulties was pushed in front of a car in Hastings.
The victim was walking in Rye Road near Hastings Academy at 3.05pm on Friday 28th February when she was shoved into the road by a girl.
A car had to swerve to avoid hitting the 15-year-old as a nearby group of 15 girls cheered.
Glue was also thrown in her hair as she walked away.
– PC Jodie Walter
This must have been a terrifying incident for the victim. What began as nasty verbal abuse became a violent assault that on another day could have seen her being knocked down and seriously hurt. I need to speak to anyone who saw any part of the incident or the group of girls before or after the attack. I particularly need to trace the driver of the car who swerved to avoid the victim. He may not have realised that the victim was being attacked at the time."
The man, of no fixed address, was held at 9.30am on Tuesday after he was seen in the gardens of homes in Grange Road, Hastings, a Sussex Police spokesman said.
Officers were made aware that the 42-year-old man had a previous medical condition so he was taken to hospital for assessment.
Shortly before 6am today, he was assessed by staff at Conquest Hospital in Hastings as being fit for release and was taken to Hastings police station to be questioned, the spokesman said. .
As he was being taken to a cell, he began bleeding heavily from his groin. Officers gave first aid while they waited for paramedics to take him to hospital. He is currently in a critical but stable condition at Conquest Hospital.
A homeowner from Sussex has been told he must foot the bill for the cost of stabilising cliffs which collapsed on his house.
The cottage on the seafront in Hastings was badly damaged in the landslide.
His local council owns the land behind the house, but says it's not responsible for the cliffs themselves.
Malcolm Shaw reports.
Police are appealing for witnesses to traffic collision in Queens Road, Hastings, near Morrisons petrol station at about 1.30pm on Wednesday 19th February. A 13-year old local girl pedestrian was in collision with a silver Citroen Xsara.
She was taken to the Conquest Hospital where she is receiving treatment for what are not currently assessed as serious injuries. There were several pedestrians and other motorists around at the time of the collision and anyone who saw what happened is asked to call the police via 101.