Today’s Observer leads with the story of a suspected drug dealer being arrested in Bexhill in a series of raids which disrupted a county-wide gang following a year-long police investigation.
Six men and two women were detained at addresses across the county.
For the full story turn to page 7.
Our main story on page 3 features the family of former Pebsham Primary Academy pupil, Harley Simpson, paying tribute to him following his death after a road collision.
A mother jailed for running an escort agency while pocketing £300,000 in benefits could be home for Christmas after an Appeal Court ruling is our main story to feature on page 5.
Residents in Little Common have also launched an action group to fight any proposals to build new homes in their area. Turn to page 8 for the full story.
For the latest on the Drive for Justice campaign the Observer series is running, turn to pages 20 and 21.
To read our letters pages turn to pages 30 and 31.
Our centre picture spread features the FRONT ROW Fashion and Performance Art show, held at the De La Warr Pavilion last Saturday (November 26).
Village Voice news is on page 63 and to see what’s on throughout 1066 Country turn to our WOW247 entertainment section, which starts on page 68.
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