Potential Social Service Funding Cuts for the Vulnerable

Published on by Aimee Carney (author), Megan Reeves (author)

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Concerned campaigners about the future welfare of vulnerable young people and the elderly are questioning the council in Hastings, after news that there could be a £40 million pound cut to local services that they utilise.

Lewes bonfire leaves 80 injured

Published on by Annabel Gammack (author)

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Lewes Article

The Bonfire at Lewes drew in another huge crowed this year, producing yet another good show. However not all was as it seemed, with many of the crowd leaving with more than they were expecting.

New Tech teaching the dangers of dialling while driving

Published on by Grianne Connelly (author)

Female driver talking on cell phone (photo: Sebastien Cote)

Female driver talking on cell phone

Sussex Safer Roads Partnership has launched a pioneering piece of technology in attempts to raise awareness of mobile phone users whilst driving.

Hastings Old Town crowned best neighbourhood in UK and Ireland

Published on by Oliver Birch (author)

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Hastings Old Town

Hastings very own Old Town has been named the best neighbourhood in the UK and Ireland, much to the delight of the town's residents.

Nicholas Owen opens brand new newsroom at Hastings Campus

Published on by Iara Kaiser (author)

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In an effort to take on more journalism students at their Hastings Campus, the University of Brighton has spent millions to provide a brand new sport journalism newsroom following increased demands.