Saturday, December 16 2017

Opinions

Speedwatch may be an answer
December 14 2017.

Joined up speedwatchers spot the dangerous drivers

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Care home plan flawed?

December 7 2017.

Is the proposed care home at the top of the hill the right place to build it?

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Let there be light

November 30 2017.

It’s December and the Town is lit up….all but one spot

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End of an era for Friends

November 16 2017.

With the dissolving of the Friends of Rye Art Gallery, Paddy Harvey gives a personal view of the Friends half […]

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Rail strikes, the MLAG view

November 9 2017.

ASLEF have reached agreement with Southern. But should they? And what about the RMT?

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Reflections on Remembrance Day

November 2 2017.

Remembrance Day has a far wider meaning than the ritual of honouring our war dead

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Will anyone notice a strike?

November 2 2017.

No trains in sight. But not just on strike days

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Sort out Ferry Road pavements

October 26 2017.

Trip hazards are getting out of hand on the “other side of the tracks”

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First, walk. Only then try to run

October 12 2017.

Grand talk at the rail summit. But is there any point?

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Pavements are for pedestrians

September 28 2017.

Driving on pavements, and therefore parking on them, was made illegal in 1835 so why is it so endemic in Rye?

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Secret affairs

September 21 2017.
You write:

RDC is behaving like a South American junta over parking issues

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More troublesome parking

September 14 2017.

Even Mermaid Street, it seems, is not immune

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Looking after our heritage

September 7 2017.
You write:

It is not just the Landgate that needs some care and attention

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Train service too popular to last

August 31 2017.
You write:

The train service is popular, so its cancelled

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Stink

August 31 2017.
You write:

Dear Sir

For days there has been a stench hanging over Rye. And then a tawdry circular arrived through my letter box from the odious Leave.Eu campaign. Are the two events in any way connected?

Andy Stuart

Rubbish a disgrace

August 24 2017.
You write:

A new dumping ground for rubbish? One reader thinks so

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High Street retail closures

December 7 2017.

Rye has lost its status as a market town, but is establishing its reputation for festivals

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Rye’s challenge for 2018

November 23 2017.

How to deal with the Landgate – the publication of the survey report shows the extent of the challenge

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Cars shame Armistice Day

November 16 2017.

Remembrance Day or not, the area of the War Memorial should be kept clear of cars as a matter of dignity

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Unsustainable academies?

November 9 2017.

Are Academy schools the right way forward? Former school governor, John Hart, gives his view

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A market or a festival town?

November 2 2017.

As Rye gears up for its Christmas Festival, do we need more – or fewer – festivals

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Because he’s worth it

October 26 2017.

What does a local councillor have in common with some Hollywood stars?

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Education in crisis?

October 19 2017.

Has neo-liberalism ruined our once-fine education system?

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Closing soon: space time continuum

October 5 2017.

Our county council plans to close seven libraries. Do they matter any more?

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Problems in Jempsons car park

September 22 2017.
You write:

A visitor to Rye has his own parking problems

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Reviving the Landgate

September 14 2017.

The response to ‘Love the Landgate’ has been positive, so a meeting is proposed

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Incompetence of Southern Rail

September 7 2017.

Let’s pressurise the train providers to put their heads together

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Manipulating democracy

August 31 2017.

A strange letter from a mysterious individual has been received by Rye residents this week

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Fire crew at Gallery

August 31 2017.
You write:

Smoke, but no fire, so business as usual

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Further parking mayhem

August 24 2017.

When are the problems of traffic and parking going to be addressed and is there the will to do it?

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Should jazz take over the roads?

August 17 2017.

Road closures inevitably cause inconvenience. Should their use should be restricted to charitably-organised events for the benefit of the whole community ?

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