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Cuts for East Sussex Libraries

Published on by Eden Olivia Lord (author)

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Hastings residents will soon see a cut to the services their local library provides. East Sussex County Council has approved the Libraries Transformation Programme, which includes reducing opening hours to save £2 million.

The Battle of Wealth, Hastings Old Town vs. St Leonard’s Warrior Square

Published on by Yasmin Thomas (author)

St Leonards Warrior Square  (photo: )

St Leonards Warrior Square

According to a recent survey carried out by the Oxfam charity group, 62 of the richest billionaires own as much wealth as the poorer half of the world’s population.

Southeastern Trains facing a dark tunnel ahead

Published on by Chloe Garnham (author)

Southeastern Trains are causing concern. (photo: )

Southeastern Trains are causing concern.

Over 15,000 commuters have joined together in signing a petition, which will run for six months and calls for Southeastern to be rid of its rail franchise.

Lewes Bonfire Night leaves almost 100 injured

Published on by Annabel Gammack (author)

Onlookers hang out of windows to get a better view (photo: Annabel Gammack)

Onlookers hang out of windows to get a better view

This year, the biggest Fifth November event in the world resulted in nearly 100 casualties, with six needing hospital treatment.

Showmaster’s First Ever Comicon to be Hosted in Brighton Is a Huge Success

Published on by Cydnee Holder (author)

Sophie Aldred Interview Still (photo: Cydnee Holder)

Sophie Aldred Interview Still

Showmaster’s host Comicons all over the country, this weekend they hosted their first in Brighton, attendee’s were impressed by the size of this years comic infused event.