Our main story this week is the news that Rother is to be placed under tougher Tier 3 restrictions amid rising Covid-19 cases from tomorrow (Saturday, December 19).
The full reaction is in today’s Observer following yesterday’s announcement by Health Secretary Matt Hancock.
In another story this week, two dead porpoises were also found washed up on the beach near Bexhill.
We report on the full story in today’s paper, with comments from an environmental charity.
Hundreds of Christmas food hampers will also be delivered to vulnerable people in Hastings and Rother this week.
Read how all this has been made possible in today’s Observer.
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