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Secret to staying married for 70 years? ... A few friendly arguments

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Bright colours for the disco

Party Club has neon fun at roller disco

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WEATHER: Warm temperatures set to continue

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A twitten

10 words you won’t hear outside Sussex

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Construction fun for Cooperative Childcare Chichester

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Almost half of Brits class their mum as their best friend

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Variety of tours set to unveil Worthing cemetery history

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Safety expert hosts internet workshops at Felpham Community College

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Pupils with Chiddy

New minibus for Chidham school

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PICTURES: 50 years of Bognor Regis School

Education

Sussex travel for Sunday, March 26

Transport

Travel news for Sussex on Saturday March 25

Transport
The first A27 workshop started to nail down some first ideas after the initial gathering earlier this month (pictured)

Ideas flow at first A27 Community Workshop in Chichester

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A272 partially blocked following accident

Transport

UPDATE: Overturned car causes delays on M23

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COUNTY NEWS: Heartbroken victim of ‘professional’ burglary says ‘I just want my puppy back’

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UPDATE: Heartbroken victim of ‘professional’ burglary says ‘I just want my puppy back’

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Police launch appeal for information on Westminster terrorist

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Man punched in town centre road rage incident

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PICTURES: 50 years of Bognor Regis School

Education
Pupils from Upper Beeding Primary School with David Lawrence

Young vocalists challenged at inspirational workshop

Education
Ormiston Six Villages Academy students who took part in the Chichester Literature Quiz

Six Villages students win Chichester Literature Quiz

Education
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Council ‘in denial’ over completion of Burgess Hill school

Education
Worthing West MP Peter Bottomley and Worthing mayor Sean McDonald with pupils by Shimmering Sea, one of the five murals

Whole school art project viewed by MP and mayor

Education

Take on an estate agent in aid of Comic Relief

Business
Mortgage problems

Over one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage deal

Offbeat
The first A27 workshop started to nail down some first ideas after the initial gathering earlier this month (pictured)

Ideas flow at first A27 Community Workshop in Chichester

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Chichester's Wednesday market launched in August last year, but was off today due to high winds

‘Mystery’ of missing Chichester market is solved

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Council ‘in denial’ over completion of Burgess Hill school

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Chichester MP Andrew Tyrie has been fighting to keep the city's courts open since it was announced.ks170126-1 SUS-170603-202720008

Andrew Tyrie calls for MoJ explanation over Chichester court ‘closure’

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The first A27 workshop started to nail down some first ideas after the initial gathering earlier this month (pictured)

Ideas flow at first A27 Community Workshop in Chichester

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The aftermath of Wednesday's attack in Westminster (photo by SWNS.com)

Sussex remembers victims of terrorist attack in Westminster

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Westminster

Sussex MPs caught up in Westminster lockdown after ‘terrorist attack’

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New cap for Jack Windmill

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Sarah Sharp chatting to a shopper about Earth Hour this Saturday

Lights off please for Earth Hour, Green councillor pleads

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Shock as historic mosaic is found dumped in park

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St Wilfrid’s new hospice home moves a big step closer thanks to community support

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How you can help save your local NHS up to £3million a year

Health
World Water Day

World Water Day: ‘Dirty’ bottle packaging urges people to drink and think

Health
David Nott with his wife, Elly, left, and event organiser Bis Culley. Picture: Clive Bennett

Surgeon visits Easebourne to explain foundation’s work

Health
Michael Wilson CBE chief executive cutting the ribbon and officially opening the new SASH Occupational Health Department located at East Surrey Hospital (photo submitted).

New staff wellbeing unit opened at hospital

Health