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Polegate boy launches town’s first ever scarecrow festival

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The rate of personal insolvency has increased

Personal insolvency rate in Eastbourne has significantly increased since 2015, figures show

Business

Woman left with facial injuries after ‘frightening attack’ in Eastbourne

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Man who was persecuted for being gay looks forward to Eastbourne Pride

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Concerns for missing Eastbourne man who may have travelled to France

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Update on those Welcome to Eastbourne signs

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Local plan for thousands of homes in Hailsham area set for public consultation

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Live blog as decision due on Sussex’s first IKEA

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Urgent review needed into how MOD records ‘increasing’ veteran suicide rate

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Veteran suicides: Why PTSD must not define our brave armed forces

Politics

Men have higher driving test pass rate at Eastbourne test centre

Transport
Rail passengers are facing delays

Beware of major rail closures today – you may not be able to travel

Transport
Check your journey before you travel today

Railway trespassers between Lewes and Eastbourne cause delays

Transport

Woman left with facial injuries after ‘frightening attack’ in Eastbourne

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VIDEO: Officer in charge of Eastbourne double murder talks about the investigation

Crime
Police news

Police make second arrest after Eastbourne fire deaths

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Eastbourne drivers convicted in summer drink-drive crackdown

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East Sussex County Council issues apology to girl’s family after Ombudsman investigation

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Councillor Bob Standley

Councillor explains decision to cut services for disabled children

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Parents and children protesting today against the proposed cuts to children's services

‘They should be ashamed of themselves’ says parent as children’s services cut

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Parents and carers protest outside County Hall

Closure of after school and holiday clubs for special needs children confirmed

Education
Finlay Ritchie (centre, in red t-shirt) with his mum and dad, children and staff at Gregorys Montessori Nursery, and Stephen Lloyd MP

Mum thanks ‘outstanding’ nursery for helping boy with serious brain condition

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Personal insolvency rate in Eastbourne has significantly increased since 2015, figures show

Business
An artist's impression of the proposed IKEA

Live blog as decision due on Sussex’s first IKEA

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Brewdog launches Dog Pawties

COUNTY NEWS: Sussex pub opens its doors for dog parties

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COUNTY NEWS: Decision on first Sussex IKEA to be made

Business

Live blog as decision due on Sussex’s first IKEA

News

Urgent review needed into how MOD records ‘increasing’ veteran suicide rate

News

Veteran suicides: Why PTSD must not define our brave armed forces

Politics

Veteran suicides: The impact PTSD has on British veterans explained

Politics
Having already saved �129m since 2010, East Sussex County Council may have to find another �45m over the next three years from its budgets

County council services could be reduced to ‘core offer’

Politics

Dolphins spotted off the coast

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Dangers lurk in Arlington Reservoir

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Doreen Jackson at her home in Eastbourne (Photo by Jon Rigby) SUS-180625-114955008

Elderly woman left for days with sewage flooding into her home

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Warning after equipment keeping swimmers safe at sea is damaged

News

Hundreds of days a month lost to bed blocking at the East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

Health
Maisie Doswell was diagnosed with the rare genetic condition Myhre syndrome two and a half years ago

COUNTY NEWS: Teenager risks going blind to relieve severe headache pain

Health
Mycoplasma bacteria, 3D illustration showing small polymorphic bacteria which cause pneumonia, genital and urinary infections. Shutterstock

Sex ‘superbug’ could have infected thousands in East Sussex

Health
Horsefly bites can result in horrible, painful blisters

Why bloodsucking horseflies are on the rise this summer

Health
Horsefly bites can result in horrible, painful blisters

As NHS warn of a rise in blood sucking insects and horsefly bites, here’s what you should do if bitten

Health