Tennis Club plans questioned

Natural England castigate Rother District Council for approving the Tennis Club's expansion

Plea as Covid-19 cases rise

Covid warning for Rother and Hastings

Museum’s 90th birthday party

Birthday celebrations demand a guard of honour

Rain fails to dampen Bonfire Boys

Rain was no obstacle to the celebration of bonfire night with fabulous fireworks, a magnificant parade and a mighty bonfire

Rye’s burning issue – parking

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

Light vanishes in dark

A new light vanishes plunging a footbridge back into the dark - perhaps confirming parents' fears

Japanese research flood risks

Local flood risks attract overseas researcher

Rother in lockdown

Rother District Council meetings suspended until further notice

Rail Partnership on track

Southern outline their plans

Sad start to Christmas

Shortly after 1:30pm on Christmas Eve (Saturday, December 24) Sussex police officers attended the car park at Station Approach, Rye, where a man in...

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