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Drop in sessions

This week we will be holding the final drop in session of the summer. This will be taking place at Bexhill library on Thursday 25 August at 10am. We hope that if you are in the area you will be able to pop in and have a chat with the community team.

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Katy Bourne

Katy Bourne's video log: Sussex PCC calls time on hate crime

This summer I joined forces with the organisers of Pride and one of the oldest independent breweries in Sussex, Harveys, to help make Sussex #NoPlaceForHate.

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Future woes of living in a material world

Everybody knows that Eskimos have 50 different words for snow but in our house we have nearly as many for describing not having loads of money.

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Technology is there to help

Have you ever wondered why we use technology? From all things great to all things that are very small, technology at its heart makes life easier, improves the way we do things, or gives us entirely new abilities.

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Agony aunt column: Ask Lucy

This is the latest column from Lucy Saunders, who provides a regular agony aunt feature - Ask Lucy.

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Fish ready for the barbecue

Wines with plenty of flavour needed for the barbecue

Summertime. That time of year to hunt around in the garage or garden shed, in order to retrieve the rusty old hunk of metal that masquerades as a barbecue

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Olympians inspire us to chase dreams

Our 24 hour, 7 day a week, rolling media service can normally be relied upon to persuade us that there is more bad news in this country than good. Thank heavens for the arrival of the Olympics, where stories of individual, and team, triumph remind us that we can all deliver against the odds with determination, endeavour and effort. Having watched Laura Trott and Jason Kenny become the most successful male and female British Olympians (and delaying the 10 o’clock news by an hour in the process), I am inspired that there is much to be optimistic about by being British and a resident of Bexhill and Battle constituency.

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East Sussex developments

This year has been busier than ever for Chestnut Tree with an increase in demand for our services right across the county, but particularly here in East Sussex.

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Appropriate language is not misjudged

Ask anyone who has ever owned a Rover or enjoys A Question of Sport how they think Britain could be improved, the response ‘being tougher on crime’ would be a popular one.

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The sherry, cheese and chocolate tasting event is very popular

Arundel Festival wine events go from strength to strength

It has recently been reported in the press that consumers in the UK are getting more and more knowledgeable about wine and are also keen to learn more.

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Is that a tricorder in your pocket?

“What is it Mr Spock?”

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Bradley Wiggins, effortlessly cool - unlike some journalists. Credit -  landmarkmedia / Shutterstock.com

Garside at the Games: Playing it cool in rush hour

A bus journey, as you might have noticed in this column, is central to the Rio experience for working press, a great arterial blood supply feeding the Olympic organism.

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PG Tips vs Instagram: the Brexit culture wars

PG Tips vs Instagram: the Brexit culture wars

After the Brexit vote, we have been inundated with calls to “get on with it”. British people have been told to come together and make the best of the situation no matter which way they went during the referendum.

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What’s new in Battle Museum

During August, every Tuesday there will be art activities for young people at Battle Museum. There is also the chance to see the 1066@Battle Museum exhibition and if you want a memento of the 950th anniversary, local artist Chris O’Brien has painted a new map of Battle High Street in commemoration - signed prints are available at the Museum for £3.95.

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Using Trump as your moral compass

As one pedals relentlessly through life it is vital to take stock once in awhile just to make sure you don’t go over the handlebars.

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Poor end-of-life care

Nationally the Royal College of Nursing has found that, sadly, terminally ill children are being let down by a lack of staff, training and resources in children’s community health services.

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Who needs loads of kit when youve got an iPhone? Professionals apparently..

Garside at the Games: Olympic life through a lens

Kevin Garside from our sister paper the iNews is at the Rio Olympic Games and will be sending us a regular column.

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Protect yourself from cyberattacks

Cybercriminals rely on finding security vulnerabilities in existing technology, which they can then exploit in order to get control of your machine and steal information.

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Lucy Saunders SUS-160623-152004001

Agony aunt column: Ask Lucy

This is the latest column from Lucy Saunders, who provides a regular agony aunt feature - Ask Lucy.

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Bishop Martin Warner

Heaven is sometimes described as being like a holiday memory

I’ve been invited again this year to join friends on holiday at the seaside house they’ve rented every summer for the past three years.
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