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Disturbance of the ground by landslips below Rocklands caravan park.

Judgement delayed in ICO appeal

The tribunal hearing HBC’s appeal against the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) ruling that it must release a geotechnical report on the landslips in Hastings Country Park has ended, but a decision is not expected until late January. Nick Terdre reports.

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Creative Christmas at Hastings Arts Forum

Posted 19:59 Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017 In: Arts News
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It’s Outrageously Grimm in St Leonards

Outrageous Decadence had its very first New Year’s Eve party back in 2010. We had no idea we would still be putting on parties seven years later. Bevali Francis reveals the plans for New Year’s Eve 2017.

Klina Jordan, far left, brings the Make Votes Matter message to Hastings.

Make Votes Matter establishes a local presence

Make Votes Matter held its first public meeting in Hastings this month as it sets out to build local support for a momentous change in our democracy – switching to an electoral system in which the number of votes cast for each party is reflected in the number of seats won. Nick Terdre reports.

Repulsion

Punk icon hosts Repulsion screening

Punk icon from the 1970s, Jordan Mooney, explains to Annie Waite the impact Roman Polanski’s Repulsion has had on her, and why she’s chosen it as her Formative Film to screen at the Electric Palace this December.

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Andrea Pozza graces the Jazz Hastings stage

For its December session Jazz Hastings welcomes Italian jazz pianist Andrea Pozza and his trio to the stage of the East Hastings Sea Angling Association. Julian Norridge introduces our guest.

The pier on the day it reopened in April 2016. Friends of Hastings Pier's attempts to keep it in community hands now hang in the balance.

Pier in administration as rescue plan is rejected

Hastings’ pier is no longer a going concern following stakeholders’ failure to support the rescue plan put forward by the owner, Hastings Pier Charity. HPC’s board has resigned and administrators have been called in. However, the pier is expected to remain in operation next year. Nick Terdre reports.

Singles Games Night!

Singled Out games night

Local resident, Alison Cooper, a person who has an idea and follows it through with action, is running her second singles event. The first was a dance night – and now, a games evening. Her aim is for single people to have some fun, meet other single people in an informal environment – and possibly – who knows? – cross paths with their future soul mate. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 22:06 Wednesday, Nov 22, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: , , ,
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