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Take care with those barbecues

Move coaches to Gibbet Marsh

I've been speaking to one of the store owners in Rye. He was very supportive about increasing the parking on a Thursday. Coach parking brings...

Pavements battered

This year's Town Meeting in Rye Community Centre passed pretty peacefully given that is election year for both the Town Council and Rother District...

Rail strikes, the MLAG view

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

Vote for me! Why?

Most of the bye-election candidates don't want you to know where they stand on issues important to Rye, so should we be voting for them?

More troublesome parking

Even Mermaid Street, it seems, is not immune

Marine ecosystems need our help

Are we right to welcome the relaxation of fishing restrictions? Dominic Manning argues that we should be careful what we wish for

What a job: finding a ‘worker’

Rural communities like our own have felt the pinch of austerity Britain. To make ends meet people need jobs. Or, as some see it, jobs for locals, jobs for Brits, not jobs for migrants. John Howlett has a few wry words on the subject after speaking to two local friends who have the other problem: finding someone who wants to work

More money for flood defences

The Rye Emergency Action Community Team welcomes the Chancellor's announcement about funding for flood defence projects to protect high-risk areas and 300,000 homes

A traffic-free centre

A Rye couple urges us to think long-term about freeing parts of the Citadel of traffic - to the benefit of shops, residents and visitors. They were impressed recently by how three towns in Italy have tackled the same issues

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