Parking problems to be reported

A report is being prepared on parking problems, while a different problem - potholes - gets tackled.

Tale of the missing bin

Only a missing bin? Not quite so simple

Country Market opens its doors

Conduit Hill's Country Market has sprung into life again, as winter has passed

Canterbury choristers at Newenden

The smallest village had a choral visitation last weekend

Old Scholars go digital

Were you educated at any of the current or former Rye schools?

Pants off to Tesco!

The Hastings store kindly topped up Rye's latest contribution to Samara's Appeal

Restaurants come and go

Landlords take action over closed High Street restaurant

Samara’s Aid Appeal on the move

The next consignment following the appeal for winter and summer clothes for refugees from the Middle East, is due to leave St Mary’s church...

Tower shut (briefly) for safety

St Mary’s Norman tower in Rye’s historic citadel is shut briefly (possibly for a fortnight) while new safety measures are installed, writes Charles Harkness,...

Destitution in paradise

Rye Baptist Church hosted a joint service in aid of the Women's World Day of Prayer

Students debate school life

Rye College students need listeners to come and hear them as they debate

Students in enterprise challenge

Rye College students take part in business enterprise workshop, preparing to enter the Young Enterprise Tenner Challenge

Pick products that change lives

Fairtrade Fortnight has seen posters and publicity in local supporting shops, writes Charles Harkness, but it is a continuing campaign to support farmers and...

Firestarters plan conflagration

Rye Bonfire Society gathered to remember lost friends and to get ready to fire up for the winter burning season

Thanks to all our volunteers

Volunteers keep many things going in this town - from shops to the museum and the community bus service - and the Mayor says thank you

Not what it seems

Rye News photographer Kenneth Bird thought at first the pavement was being obstructed, but County Council workmen had been out early in East Street...

The fish (and a market) return

Now you see them, now you don’t - but they’ve been caught at last!

More chat could help planners

Planning permission is, or can be, a complicated process – so information and communication is a key part of that – and Rye's verdict is: “Rother District Council could do better”

Council approves lifeguards

Council confirms safety arrangements for Camber

Watch this space

Lent started on Wednesday with the Town Council's Annual Town Meeting, open to all residents, and a lot of issues were raised