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Still a long way to go to close sex and age gap on our councils

A ballot box.

COUNCILS still have a long way to go to address gender and age gaps in how members reflect the communities they serve.

7:27am Thursday 27 April 2017

£56m of new care funding will not fill the cash gap

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4:42am Monday 13 March 2017

Fears prime Sussex beauty spot Seven Sisters could be sold off

The Seven Sisters

A CONTROVERSIAL plan for the potential selling off of one of the county’s most iconic sites has been unveiled.

5:06am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Council tax goes up but 250 staff may lose jobs

East Sussex County Council's headquarters in Lewes

SEVEN million pounds will be cut from adult social care services in East Sussex next year despite a new 4.99 per cent increase in council tax being agreed.

5:06am Wednesday 8 February 2017

Fears over impact of council savings on under-pressure NHS

File photo dated 02/01/14 of a pensioner walking, as the oldest people in society are suffering due to social exclusion, with many struggling to get to the shops or doctors, according to new research. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday January 2,

A HEALTH watchdog has highlighted its concerns over the impact pressures on adult social care is having on hospital services.

5:05am Thursday 9 February 2017

£58m cuts to council budgets as fears grow ‘breaking point’ is nearing

Fire at County Hall, Lewes

SUSSEX’S three leading councils will have to cut more than £58 million between them next year to cope with continuing reductions in funding and increased pressures on its services.

5:08am Wednesday 18 January 2017

East Sussex County Council chief meets MP over funding

East Sussex County Council chief meets MP over funding

A council chief has “stood up” for East Sussex – urging a Government minister to ensure the county gets a fair share of funding.

2:00pm Friday 10 January 2014

Instant penalty for litter louts

Litter louts who drop rubbish on the streets will be given on-the-spot fines.

7:30am Tuesday 3 October 2006

Lib Dems seize power

The Liberal Democrats have seized control of Eastbourne Borough Council from the Conservatives in the local elections.

12:00pm Friday 3 May 2002

Council tax to rise by 5 per cent as savings of £17m are identified

Councillor David Elkin

COUNCIL tax bills are set to rise by at least £62 a year for the average household in East Sussex from April.

7:03pm Monday 16 January 2017
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