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TRAVEL: Roadworks in your area

Here are a round-up of the main roadworks across the county to help you plan your weekend.

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Hoppy times ahead for new brewery

A new brewery will open for business tomorrow (Saturday, February 25).

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Bexhill and Battle MP Huw Merriman with local businessman John Di Paolo

Promise of extra support for firms hit by increase in business rates welcomed by MP

Extra support for East Sussex firms hit with the steepest increases in business rates has been welcomed by Bexhill and Battle’s MP.

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Hastings and Rye MP Amber Rudd

Hastings and Rye MP welcomes record employment figures

Amber Rudd MP has welcomed the news that employment across the UK has reached its highest rate since records began, and that unemployment remains at its lowest level for 11 years – down over 900,000 since 2010.

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Southern Rail services disrupted by RMT industrial action

Southern staff have begun their latest walkout in a dispute over driver-only operation on trains today (Wednesday February 22).

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Three Oaks resident begs water company to open bridge

A Three Oaks resident is begging the water company to permanently reopen the bridge which cuts the village in two.

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Free holidays to New Zealand

New Zealand’s capital city Wellington, home to a world-leading technology industry, is welcoming tech talent from around the globe with a bold new recruitment initiative, LookSee Wellington, which launches this week.

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Strike timetable on Southern services outlined

Southern Rail has released details of the trains it expects to run on Wednesday February 22, during the 24-hour strike by the RMT union.

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Rye council delays backing 20mph campaign

Campaigners bidding to change the speed limit in Rye to 20mph suffered a minor setback as the town council thought it was ‘unrealistic’.

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day .... with a free Subway

Subway has gone all romantic on us. To celebrate ‘customer appreciation day’ Subway is offering its customers one free six-inch Sub.

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Hastings and Rye MP Amber Rudd

MP: Housing white paper ‘will make a real difference’ to Hastings and Rye

Home Secretary Amber Rudd backed the government’s plan to ‘fix’ the housing market saying it will make ‘a real difference’ to people in Hastings and Rye.

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Volunteering award for Amex  L/R Roger Alexander, Chair of the Awards Judging Panel, Melanie Green American Express and Jon Culshaw

American Express wins award for Sussex volunteering efforts

American Express, has been recognised for its volunteering efforts across Sussex at a national industry awards ceremony.

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UPDATE: Divisive heritage railway scheme decision postponed

A decision on a divisive proposal to restore a heritage railway line between Bodiam and Robertsbridge, with a level crossing on the A21, has been postponed.

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Campaigners’ first win against speeding traffic in Rye

Residents on a busy road tasted their first success in the battle against speeding motorists with some warning signs erected.

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Rail company shareholders alerted to Southern’s ‘failings’

Business leaders have written to major shareholders of the rail company at the centre of the bitter ongoing dispute with staff.

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Battle shop’s £600 donation to Bexhill children’s charity

A clothes shop in Battle gave a cheque for more than £600 to a Bexhill children’s charity last week with money raised through its alternative to Black Friday.

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VIDEO: MP visits scientific vacuum firm

Amber Rudd, MP for Hastings and Rye, visited local scientific vacuum company Kurt J. Lesker to take a tour of the facilities and to discuss the success of its operations in Hastings, issues in relation to the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, staff recruitment and finding suitable premises to accommodate planned growth.

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Caroline at work

Let Caroline pamper your pooch

Caroline’s Canine Cabin is run by Caroline Carter in Hastings.

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Simon listened to his Fear Of Missing Out last year and exhibited at a large trade show for accountants. While exhibiting Simon and Neep Hazarika, technical report writer, gained a significant new referrer of clients

When was the last time you spoke to an expert about Research and Development Tax Relief?

If you are the director of an innovative business, consider the following scenario when it comes to R&D Tax Relief.

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Bluebell Kitchens expanding its showroom displays

Bluebell Kitchens has been going from strength to strength and is expanding its showroom displays to offer a new range of doors.

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