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 rare First World War aircraft, discovered rotting in an elephant shed in India, is set to fly again thanks to restoration work being carried out in Sussex. The DH-9 biplane is one of only five still in existence, despite once being mass produced.
The project to bring it back to its full glory began almost 20 years ago and has been a labour of love for aircraft restorer Guy Black. Derek Johnson went to his workshop to meet him.
Seaside piers across Britain are under threat from rising maintenance costs and rocketing insurance bills, according to new research.
Too many piers are trapped in a cycle of neglectful ownership with only periodic attempts at conservation, said Jess Steele, the author of the People's Piers report published today by the trade association Co-operatives UK.
She believes that a new option of taking piers into community ownership, which is being pioneered for Hastings Pier, could be the answer to the problem.
The report claims that 57 seaside piers are under threat, not only from corrosive sea water but from owners who fail to make provisions for the high maintenance costs and insurance bills, estimated at around £33m over the next five years.
A speedboat has been stolen near Hastings' angling club.
The distinctive boat with yellow stripes was stolen whilst parked on a trailer in the road.
The incident happened on Nore Road in Hastings on Thursday, August 1.
The vehicle seen driving away with the trailer was described as a silver Vauxhall Vivaro or similar.
The car also had a green kayak on the roof of the car.
– PC Andy Bradbury, of Hastings Neighbourhood Response Team
I am interested in speaking with the owner of the Vauxhall Vivaro in connection with this incident. If you know the owner of this vehicle or have any other information, I would ask that you contact police on 101"
Click video. She's been a sad and sorry sight in the centre of a seaside resort for the past three years - virtually burnt to a cinder in an arson attack. But now Hastings Pier is preparing to rise like a phoenix from the ashes. John Ryall reports.
Work on the derelict Hastings Pier is to begin this month. It was destroyed in a fire in 2008 and has recently been returned to local ownership, following a Compulsory Purchase Order.
The Council says the £14 million project will help boost local jobs will lift the town’s visitor numbers.
Works will include renovating the pier’s Grade II listed substructure, refurbishing the only Pavilion still standing on the pier and the construction of a new Visitor Centre, which will also serve as an archive and display area for the pier’s rich local heritage. I
It's due to be completed in 2015.
It's something that most people remember - 1066, the Battle of Hastings. It's been ingrained in the memories of generations of schoolchildren. But there could be a snag.
For it seems that while everyone remembers the date, the actual site of the battle might have been forgotten - and history could have to be re-written. Andy Dickenson has more.
The location of the Battle Of Hastings is to be formally reviewed by English Heritage. Experts will weigh up the rival claim of a site almost three miles from Battle Abbey in the village of Crowhurst.
If found to be true the new claim could cause serious repercussions to the controversial Bexhill to Hastings link road.
A 30-year-old lobster has been saved from the cooking pot by a landlord after he had second thoughts about cooking the animal.
Mark, who runs the Dolphin Inn in Hastings, contacted aquarists at the nearby aquarium and donated Lionel the lobster to them instead.
Blue Reef Aquarium's Chris Ireland said: "Lionel was about to end up as the main course on a seafood menu when Mark took pity on him. Thanks to his last minute change of heart, Lionel can look forward to many more years of life, receiving a regular diet of fish and safe from danger."
Lobsters are among the planet's oldest inhabitants with fossil remains dating back more than 100 million years ago.
The A2102 Warrior Square is closed in Hastings. There is slow traffic due to a fire at a house at A259 Grand Parade. The incident is also affecting A259 Grand Parade in both directions at A2102 Warrior Square
A service and parade has been held in London to mark the sixty years since the end of the Korean War.
Joining the veterans was former nurse Jo Groves from Hastings in East Sussex. She travelled on a boat from Southampton to Japan in the 1950s where she was stationed throughout the conflict.