Traffic ground to a halt after a large National coach turned right through the Landgate only for the driver to realise he was not going to get through the High Street. Traffic had been diverted after roadworks in Cinque Ports Street blocked westbound traffic. The driver blamed his "satnav" but there is no signage warning that the road is impassable for very large vehicles.
Winchelsea's infamous public toilets are "going down the pan" through Rother District Council's neglect say residents. Structural damage caused by trees has led to the closure of most of the facilities. But Rother has no plans to fell the trees nor to repair the building, which residents say is becoming an unacceptable eyesore
Rye Medical Centre's appeal, supported by nearly 1,000 residents, against the NHS decision that Peasmarsh cannot have a weekly GP surgery, has not been heard because the NHS does not know how to deal with it. In the meantime, possible bus cuts make a local surgery even more vital. Gill Clamp reports
Popular local pub the Standard is set to reopen in the next few days after eighteen months of renovation, remodelling and rebuilding work. Ray Prewer will be reviewing the pub from a customer's viewpoint once they start pulling pints but in the meantime Britainy Rae takes a sneaky peek inside
Police officers and Neighbourhood Watch volunteers across the county will visit people living close to the scenes of break-ins within days of the crime to warn them about what has happened, show them how they can make sure their home is secure, and gather information that could help catch offenders.