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Architect's illustration (courtesy HPC).

Call for pier volunteers

As the re-opening of pier draws closer – next month! – Hastings Pier Charity is looking for volunteers to help run the attraction. A recruitment day

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Gabriel Carlyle in Hollington Valley

Second legal challenge is mounted against Queensway Gateway Road go-ahead

Gabriel Carlyle, who is based in Hastings, is once again challenging the Queensway Gateway Road, the project of Sea Change

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Image shows L to R Tim Hills TCV, Cllr Warren Davies, Volunteers and Dr Owen Johnson

20 rare trees planted at Alexandra Park

Twenty rare trees have been planted in Alexandra Park in Hastings to ensure that the park continues to hold the most diverse and

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West Street, Old Town: the council's planning committee has given the go-ahead for new buildings on the site to the left, ignoring the detrimental effect these will have on the privacy and daylight available to the properties across the narrow street, which is just 3.6 metres wide.

Please don’t mention the width of West Street

Do you know where West Street is? It is a narrow road sandwiched between George Street and East Parade in Hastings Old

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TV architect George Clark will be down Hastings way.

TV architect on lookout for period properties down Hastings way

Are you planning to transform the interior of your old house, but don’t know where to start? George Clarke, architect

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Section 5 drummers and Pudsey Bear attended the sale in Stade Hall.

Unwanted gifts benefit children in need

A bright idea from a BBC Sussex radio presenter has led to fundraising success for the BBC’s Children in Need appeal through the sale

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The Bunker - out of place in the Country Park.

‘Bunker’ appeal listed but postponed

The so-called Bunker dominating the Country Park at Rocklands, is still standing. Will it survive or will it have to be demolished? Last March, Hastings

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It's all monkey business - CHD protest permission for the Queensway Gateway road (photo: CHD).

Road go-ahead a flawed decision, say opponents

The ”very serious issue of air pollution” was left on one side by the planning committee when it granted permission for construction of

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