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This week we lead on the story of three teenagers, who were left seriously injured after being attacked by a gang of youths.
The victims’ families have called for a thorough police investigation.
In other news, a new outdoor gallery in Hastings Old Town celebrating the area’s shop and bar owners has been launched.
And in a separate story, tributes have been paid to ex-councillor and deputy mayor, Jane Amstad, who died on Saturday (May 29), aged 87.
Two Hastings men and one Winchelsea man also have been convicted in connection with a house fire which killed a mother and her young son in Eastbourne. The full story is in today’s Observer.
Our two-page picture spread this week shows Hastings at its picturesque best as people enjoyed the sunny bank holiday weekend.
For more on this and other stories this week, pick up a copy of today’s Observer.
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