If Rother stops its subsidy to the sports centre in The Grove, Rye, jobs and leisure services will be at risk. Locals joined forces with Labour's Parliamentary candidate Sarah Owen to demand that Rother's Tory councillors think again
It's here: Kino cinema opens on Friday January 16. Rye News sneaked a look and found two stylish film theatres with all the trimmings and a relaxing bar/restaurant. In the first week there'll be five movie choices, including the 2014 Cannes Palme d’Or winner "Winter Sleep"
Three weeks of roadworks started on January 12 as Southern Gas Networks replace mains in stretches of the one-way system around Rye. But it isn't motorists that most concerns one senior town councillor. He's worried about elderly pedestrians as a one-way system temporarily becomes two-way in Station Approach
Selling a property? It just became easier: take a look at Rye Bay Property's website. It doesn't charge the huge fees demanded by other online agencies, lets sellers do-it-themselves if they choose to - and opens up the advertising to a broader local audience online
The Winchelsea Bonfire Boys in disguise as Ye Winchelsea Mummers scale the theatrical heights - and plumb satirical depths to the delight of their audience. Good enough and popular enough to become a new Winchelsea tradition? Peter Mackenzie Smith casts a critical eye on the unfolding drama