Have you ever wondered how readers become addicted to particular authors? A Monica Edwards enthusiast, better known as Mayor of Rye, gives her account of her developing relationship with the books by this local author
In response to Cllr Mary Smith's Opinions page article in last week's "Rye News" questioning the town council's spending, the town clerk explains the reasoning behind the council's actions, describes the powers it has retained - and invites applications for this year's election of councillors
The Campaign for a Democratic Rye might have failed in its original aims of bringing more democracy to local government, but it has not given up the fight and has re-emerged as a force campaigning for action in Rye
A fresh start has been made by members of what was - until a short time ago - the Campaign for a Democratic Rye. This week activists gathered to work out how they will help to make the most of the town that they are so proud to live in. John Howlett reports . . .
Dismayed residents of Meryon Court have learnt that Rother District Council planners have given the developers of 53 Cinque Ports Street retrospective approval for the changes made to the original plans, seemingly without regard to their protests