Local conservation group Winchelsea Heritage is worried that Rother's planning department is "'losing" letters sent by Winchelsea residents. Two letters are known to have gone missing and the group's concern is that Rother is so keen to cut costs by encouraging the public to use email that it might have cut corners in the mailroom
The nation's symbol of remembrance - the poppy - was burnt as part of Rye Bonfire Night on Saturday. It is now the subject of debate. Here Colonel Anthony Kimber, a former serving soldier and president of the Rye & District Royal British Legion, tells us why this was, at best, ill-judged
It has happened again. Rye News - again - has the photos that show we need leadership, not words, if the town is to avoid a shameful incident: an emergency in which lives are lost or a part of the Citadel is destroyed because of the commonplace: cars, lorries, vans parked where they will. Tuesday's fire highlighted the fact that controls are needed. It leaves Rye's citizens wondering who will finally DO something
Once upon a time the Planning and Environmental Enforcement department at Bexhill exercised its bureaucracy to extinguish an illuminated sign that wished you a cheery Christmas. And so Rye entered an age of darkness. But, lo, upon a building it shines again. Tony Nunn tells the story that's hard to believe. Or is it?
Last weekend saw children on the streets "trick or treating", pumpkins carved into jack-o'-lanterns, bonfires, apple bobbing and houses decorated to celebrate Halloween. But for one local family decorating their house is done not just for fun, but also to raise much-needed money for a special charity. Dan Lake reports