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This week tributes have been paid to fisherman Gary Cornelius who died after falling from a fishing boat off the coast of Hastings.
And tributes have been paid to ex-Hastings mayor Alan Stace, who has died aged 82.
He was heavily involved in various groups owned several businesses, as well as founding Stace & Co estate agents.
In other news in today’s paper, arrests have been made after police found a cannabis factory during a drugs raid in Hastings.
And developers have submitted plans for the final phase of a major housing development on the former Mount Pleasant Hospital site.
Beaches in St Leonards were closed and people were advised against swimming in the sea after a major sewage leak at Bulverhythe.
And this week’s two-page feature tells the story of how the former White Rock Bath Courtyard buildings were redeveloped into a popular coastal venue.
For more on this and other stories this week, pick up a copy of today’s Observer.
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