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In this week’s edition, we report on a Hastings councillor’s calls to East Sussex County Council to investigate the handling of the Queensway Gateway Road project. 

In other news, you can read all about how rock legend Roger Daltrey, from The Who, fell in love with Sussex after finding his home near Burwash ‘by accident’ more than 50 years ago.

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Around 5,000 wraps of crack cocaine, 2kg of heroin and £300,000 were also seized during police raids in Hastings, Eastbourne, and London.

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See today’s Observer for full local election coverage following Labour losing its majority in Hastings after a Green Party surge pushed the borough council into no overall control.

The Crowning of the Hastings May Queen event also returned after a two-year absence.

See today’s Observer for our special picture spread.

Full details on how you can save up to 20 per cent on your Observer are also inside today’s paper.

For this and other stories, pick up a copy of today’s Observer.