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MASSIVE POLICE FUNDING BOOST

The Conservative government has announced the biggest increase in funding for the police in a decade, meaning more officers tackling crime and keeping people safe.

BREXIT BECOMES LAW

The Prime Minister’s Brexit Deal has received Royal Assent and become law, meaning we will leave the European Union on 31 January and move forward as one United Kingdom.

FLY-TIPPING PROSECUTION

Failing to make sure her household rubbish was disposed of in the correct manner has landed a Hailsham woman with a fine and a criminal record.

LIFTS WITHOUT A VALID LICENCE

A Wealden man has been caught for a second time providing ‘taxi’ services without a valid private hire driver’s licence. 

WADHURST - ROAD IMPROVEMENT WORKS

A RURAL road in East Sussex will be closed in the daytime for six weeks for improvement work. Carriageway patching will be carried out on Tidebrook Road, between Mayfield and Wadhurst, between Pennybridge Lane and Riseden Road, from Monday, February 10 to Friday, March 20.

WEALDEN TEACHERS UP FOR AWARDS

As film, television, and theatre stars make the most out of the Awards Season, nominations are open for the prestigious Sussex Teacher of the Year Awards.

Nus Ghani is pleased to welcome the opening of the nomination process for the 2020 edition of the awards.

DRAMTIC A26 COLLAPSE REPAIRED

A ROAD in East Sussex near the Kent border which collapsed before Christmas has been fully reopened after major reconstruction work.

MAJOR BOOST TO CROWBOROUGH ROADS

MOTORISTS in Crowborough are set for a smoother ride after a major programme of road improvements was announced. East Sussex Highways will carry out extensive maintenance and resurfacing in four town roads starting in the spring.

DAN'S CHARITY JUMP

I'm slightly embarrassed to ask, but I wonder whether you might consider sponsoring charity initiative: Throw Hannan from a plane for The Willow Trust.