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Clean Seas Please!

In two years time, more stringent European standards will be applied to the quality of our bathing water and, based on current measurements, there’s a chance swimming

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A St Leonards lass in rural Nepal

A few months ago, you might have seen local girl Sidney Ewing selling her possessions outside Love Cafe, or organising a ‘Curry-oke’ night

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Fracking up the countryside

Fracking… happening at a place near you. A few days ago, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick, I heard that fracking was imminent at Balcombe, West Sussex,

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Sorting out the food sources.

Rye on the road to new energy future

Amid increasing concerns about climate change and energy supply, Rye has joined the growing number of towns seeking to find a path

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Maya with refugee children

Local peace activist’s visit to Afghanistan

Local peace activist, Maya Evans, recently returned from Afghanistan, leading the first British peace delegation since the 2001 invasion.  HOTs Zelly Restorick met up

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Michael Bernard surveys felled trees in Combe Haven while waiting to hear from the High Court. (Photo: Bill Coney)

TV date Monday while court ponders

The long-awaited BBC South-East programme on local historian Nick Austin’s theory of where the Battle of Hastings really took place is now scheduled to

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Six NGOs give the link road the thumbs-down: from left, Stephen Joseph (CBT), Chris Corrigan (RSPB), Stephanie Hilborne (Wildlife Trusts), Andy Atkins (FoE), John Sauven (Greenpeace) and Ralph Smyth (CPRE). (Photo: Adrian Arbib/CBT)

NGOs back link road protests

Leading figures from environmental, conservation and transport NGOs have visited Combe Haven on the route of the proposed Bexhill-Hastings Link Road to meet protesters and

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CHV in springtime

Is this a Sussex Spring?

We’re familiar with the Arab Spring. Do we currently have a Sussex Spring happening within our own country, (albeit a relatively tranquil one thankfully), emerging

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