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A 1.25m cash pot available in bid to boost jobs across the county
Businesses in the Hailsham area are being urged to make full use of the economic support provided by the East Sussex Rural Growth and Employment Fund to boost jobs locally.
Wed May 22, 2013
Eastbourne man to chair East Sussex County Council
Cllr Belsey, the county councillor for Eastsbourne Ratton, took over the chains of office at the authority's first meeting since the recent election.
Thu May 16, 2013
MBE for 'Action Gran' Shirley
Action Gran Shirley Price, who has raised thousands of pounds for charity by taking part in a number of hair-raising birthday stunts, has received her MBE from Prince Charles.
Fri May 10, 2013
Hazardous road user clamp down in Hailsham - 10 vehicles issued notices
Sergeant Dave Morgan from the Roads Policing Unit said the vehicles had proved a "significant and real risk" to other motorists.
Controversial wind farm plans rejected
Plans for a wind farm on the outskirts of Polegate have been rejected - for a second time by district planners.
Wed May 08, 2013
Raw milk farmer pledges to carry on
A dairy farmer has pledged to continue selling raw milk after a court case brought by the Food Standards Agency was dropped.
Tue May 07, 2013
Objectors to the plans will meet tonight
Last month, the Fairfield Partnership submitted an application for a major development of the land south of New Road and east of Park Road.
Fri May 03, 2013
East Sussex slips into no over all control while West Sussex remains Conservative
No over all control in East Sussex with 20 Conservatives, ten Liberal Democrats, seven Labour, seven UKIP, three independents and two others East Sussex CC - @EastSussexCC 4m ESCC elections 2013 Final Result: Con 20 seats; Lib Dem 10; Lab 7; UKIP 7; Independent 3; No description 2 #ESVote13 Independents take Polegate, Willingdon and East Dean with ... (more)
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Call to improve Seaford health services
Seaford Health Cuts Campaigners March, April 13th 2013 E16040P Norman Baker MP : Campaigner Liz Walke and Cllr Jon Freeman The call for action came in the wake of a march through Seaford, where around two hundred people took to the streets asking for better health services on Saturday April 13.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Devastated Sussex family condemn son's care
A severe arthritis sufferer may have been dead for eight hours before nursing home staff noticed, an investigation has revealed.