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PM backs plans for ‘HS3’

Published on by Tom Howard (author)

Frank Partridge discusses HS2 and HS3 with Broadcaster reporter Tom Howard (photo: Bea Stapleford)

Frank Partridge discusses HS2 and HS3 with Broadcaster reporter Tom Howard

David Cameron has given the green light to plans for a controversial high-speed rail link in the north of England.

Marking Boycott will affect students at 69 universities

Published on by Jonathan Lowe (author)

Stock Exam photo (photo: morfuefile free photos )

Stock Exam photo

Over 100,000 thousands students may be affected by a marking boycott on 6th November as academics strike over proposed pension changes.

Preparations for Hastings Herring Fair going swimmingly

Published on by Daniel King (author), Oli Birch (author)

Almost there: Marquee for Hastings Herring Fair taking shape. (photo: Dan King, Oli Birch)

Almost there: Marquee for Hastings Herring Fair taking shape.

Preparations are well underway as Hastings gears up for its third annual Herring Fair.

Let's do Business comes to Hastings!

Published on by Tiffany Plummer (author), Eden Olivia Lord (author), Yasmin Thomas (author)

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Sussex Coast College today hosted its yearly business show which aims to empower many people in the area.

Government Split on Decriminalisation of Drugs Leaves Hastings in Two Minds

This article has photo gallery Published on by Annabel Gammack (author), Cydnee Holder (author)

Inside Hastings' SmokeMart newsagents  (photo: )

Inside Hastings' SmokeMart newsagents

A government report has found “no obvious” link between tough laws and the level of illegal drug use, yet Home Office Minister, Norman Baker has suggested that it will end "mindless rhetoric" on drugs policy.