Eastbourne Herald

REV DAVID FAREY: Freedom of speech, the law and Mr Trump

Opinion 4
Protesters gathered outside Eastbourne Town Hall last week

Eastbourne council accused of blackmail over farm sales

News 4
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Volunteer to teach young St John cadets

Sunny spells

Free holidays to New Zealand


Does Sussex have the UK’s most embarrassing school photo?

News 7

COUNTY NEWS: Exercising 150 minutes a week could increase life expectancy by three years


COUNTY NEWS: Short-term tenancies ‘unsettle’ families

News 5
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TREVOR WEEKS: Shoppers, please support us at Eastbourne Waitrose this month

Opinion 2
Police news

Police appeal for witnesses of assault near Eastbourne station

Sam Baldock celebrates a goal this season. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Barnsley 0, Brighton 2: Baldock brace helps Albion reclaim top spot

Brighton boss Chris Hughton.

Hughton thinks Albion are suffering their most testing time of the season

Shane Duffy. Picture by Phil Westlake

Duffy: Albion dressing room is the best I have been involved in

Huddersfield have little to fear from Pep Guardiolas men

FA CUP PREVIEW: Terriers have little to fear against City | Lincoln City stand on the brink of history | Oxford eye another North-East scalp


RUMOUR MILL: Ranieri to ring in the changes | Wenger to bow out in summer | Rodriguez in for the long haul


Hughton's not setting a points target


Duffy: We’re in a strong position so don’t panic


Johnny Cantor: The gloves are off in the race for promotion

Hidden Figures

Film review: Hidden Figures (4 out of 5)

Kate Tempest (Photograph: Ben Quinton)

Brighton Festival launches 2017 programme

Whats on
An artist's impression of the Post Office was published in the Herald pn Saturday, January 21, 1950

NOSTALGIA: Eastbourne town centre Post Office is on the move

A simple memorial service is held each February at St Peter's Church in Folkington to commemorate those who died

NOSTALGIA: Wartime crash victims remembered at downland church