There were cups galore of latte, expresso and Americano all over Rye on Friday as various groups took part in the world's largest coffee party in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support writes Tony McLaughlin.
Safety did not appear to be a top priority when skips were being removed recently in central Rye. Luckily, the mayor was on hand to step in to prevent further damage being caused by the precarious load
Parking is a major issue for Rye residents, as a recent survey shows. A High Street loading bay is on the way, "park and ride" is a possibility and some sort of "pedestrianisation" might be introduced. But the reality, for now, is traffic jams, roadworks, vans on pavements, streets blocked, and no one taking responsibility. Charles Harkness reports
Ninfield came to Iden looking for their first victory of the season - unfortunately for them they came up against a wall, Justin Wall that is, who put in a man-of-the-match performance in a two-all draw
It's time councillors, residents, campaigning societies and others joined forces to remind Rother District Council that it has a responsibility to ensure that the Landgate Tower is restored and properly maintained, says Nick Taylor