Not enough advice is being given to prepare Ex-Military for civilian life.

Published on by Nadine Vieira (author), Jonaqline Addai (editor)

Reporter Nadine Vieira  with Marc Dolby Head of administration at Mais House (photo: Sophie Weaver)

Reporter Nadine Vieira with Marc Dolby Head of administration at Mais House

There is ‘big gap’ between the promise and reality of finding work after leaving the armed forces, says The Mind Trust Association

Storm Angus Causes Chaos in Coastal Towns

Published on by Sofi Germanos (author), Jonaqline Addai (editor)

 (photo: Sofi Germanos)

As Storm Angus results in flood warnings for parts of the South, many young people are unknowingly leaving themselves at risk of devastating effects.

1 in 2 local businesses did not approve Hastings BID plan

Published on by Reece Webb (author), Jonaqline Addai (editor)

Shoppers Browsing in local Gift Shop (photo: Reece Webb)

Shoppers Browsing in local Gift Shop

Less than half of local businesses turned out to vote for a business improvement district in Hastings Town Centre, with only 45% of local businesses casting their votes.

The HO – HO – Holidays have officially begun.

Published on by Emma McGreivy (author), Lauren Roberts (author), Jonaqline Addai (editor)

Christmas lights turn on (photo: Emma McGreivy)

Christmas lights turn on

Hundreds of Hastings residents, young and old, gathered in Priory Meadow shopping centre this Thursday to watch Father Christmas himself switch on the town’s Christmas lights, triggering the start of the festive season.

Three is A Crowd - Increase of Riots in Prison

Published on by Rebecca Wheeler (author), Jonaqline Addai (editor)

Police Strikes (photo: Google Images)

Police Strikes

Although inmates in local prisons have remained tame this week, there have still been incidents in jails in other parts of the country.