Hastings and St. Leonards Observer

UPDATE: A259 reopened in Hastings following accident

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Police have left the scene of the collision

TRAVEL: Accident closes A259 in Hastings

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Participants in this year's Brighton Color Run: Picture: Hope and Glory PR

COUNTY NEWS: Thousands take part in Color Run

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COUNTY NEWS: Air rifle found after police search Sussex house

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COUNTY NEWS: Body found in woodland believed to be missing Sussex man

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COUNTY NEWS: Police close off road after report of person with weapon

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COUNTY NEWS: Family of Sussex murder victim pay tribute to ‘amazing father’

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Forensic teams at the scene. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

COUNTY NEWS: Two men charged with Sussex murder

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SUSSEX TRAVEL: Saturday, September 23

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Davide Rodari scored Hastings United's first goal in the 4-3 defeat at Molesey. Picture courtesy Scott White

New boss’s first game ends in high scoring loss

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Adam Hinshelwood has left Hastings United to become manager of Worthing for the second time. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings manager departs

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Chris Rea takes a tumble during Bexhill United's 1-0 defeat at home to Mile Oak last weekend. Pictures by Simon Newstead

Bexhill target first Vase win for three years

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Action from Little Common's cup game at home to Ringmer on Tuesday, last week. Picture by Simon Newstead

Common riding high at top of table

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H&B coach: We’ve proven we can compete at this level

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We will come good, says United assistant boss

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Common cup game to be replayed

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Jordan knows his Onions - and Sussex young guns nab victory at Durham

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Film review: Kingsman: The Golden Circle (3 out of 5)

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A previous St Mary’s Tri Club swim event

Go-Tri Aquathlon is for all abilities

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Laying up of the Women's Section Standard at All Saints Church, Hastings. Photo by Frank Copper SUS-170918-064714001

End of an era for branch of Royal British Legion Women’s Section...

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A heavily retouched trackside view of West Marina Station in the 1890s. Notice the track ballast, hiding the sleepers, it also hid signs of rot and decay so the practice was revised and sleepers are now visible although, with concrete sleepers it is now less critical. SUS-170919-084928001

A nursery rhyme hides the wretched secrets of New England Bank

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Robin, Erithacus rubecula, perched on bowl of windfall apples in garden.

Less is more for wildlife in your garden this autumn

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