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New Beer Shop set to open in time for Christmas

A new shop for beer-lovers opens its doors on Thursday (December 8) near Pulborough.

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Councillors welcome major Ropetackle housing plans

Councillors have supported plans for a major Shoreham development which will deliver 120 homes on a long-vacant site.

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Wimpy franchisee sees shop makeover

The franchisee for Horsham’s Wimpy has seen the completion of shop front refurbishment works at Horsham’s Wimpy restaurant thanks to the council’s grant scheme.

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Dr Martin Warner, Bishop of Chichester

Sussex bishops plead for end to ‘misery’ of Southern rail strikes

Church of England bishops in Sussex have called for an end to the ‘cycle of blame’ in the ongoing Southern rail dispute which they say is causing misery in the lead up to Christmas.

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Major delays expected as fresh Southern rail strikes begin today

Sussex rail users have been told to expect ‘severe’ delays as the latest round of Southern strike action began this morning.

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South East’s 1.9 million Self Assessment customers urged to register for Personal Tax Account

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is urging the South East’s 1.9 million Self Assessment (SA) customers to register for a Personal Tax Account (PTA).

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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Sunday, December 4

TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Sunday, December 4

The main roads across Sussex are clear for motorists this morning (Sunday, December 4) with no reports of congestion so far.

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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, December 3

The main roads across Sussex are reporting no congestion for motorists this morning (Saturday, December 3).

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Southern applies for injunction to stop train drivers’ strikes

Southern applies for injunction to stop train drivers’ strikes

Southern Rail is attempting to stop train drivers from striking through an injunction.

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International coffee chain withdraws from Horsham

An international coffee chain has withdrawn its application to open a new store in Horsham.

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A259 works set to go ahead after delay fear is scotched

A £14.8million scheme to deliver crucial improvements to the A259 are expected to begin in 2018 after potential delays were overcome.

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Protest planned for transport secretary’s visit to Chichester

People angry over what they call the ‘undemocratic decision-making process’ for the A27 developments at Chichester are planning a protest at the arrival of the Government’s transport minister, the Rt Hon Chris Grayling, next week.

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Sussex chef fights for his future on TV cooking show

A Brighton chef has cooked his way through the quarterfinals of Masterchef and into the knockout round of the BBC show.

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Savings shortfall worries Sussex families

Concerns around a lack of savings are preventing people in Sussex and the South East from realising their life goals, a recent survey has found.

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‘Ho ho oh no’! Christmas confusion as town centre decorations installed in residential road

Contractors accidentally installed solar-powered Christmas trees in a residential road after a street name mix-up – nearly a mile away from their intended location.

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Mobile phone crackdown

What are the biggest threats on the road?

Drivers who are speeding or distracted are considered to be the biggest threats on roads in the South East.

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Residents who want to see all the A27 options reinstated met on Saturday

Huge A27 flyover ‘would be a nightmare for the whole of Stockbridge’

Two separate groups met at the weekend to show their opposition to the A27 plans.

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Killer drivers must pay the price - new Drive For Justice campaign launched

Drivers who kill have been sentenced to an average of just four years in prison with dozens escaping jail altogether, an investigation has revealed.

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More than a quarter of children under 12 have no experience with money

Children in the South East struggling to learn about money

New research has revealed more than a quarter of children under 12 have no experience with money.

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Sergison Arms in Haywards Heath to host exclusive taster evening

The historic Sergison Arms, a 16th century Inn in Haywards Heath, part of the Vintage Inns group, is inviting locals to experience what they have to offer by attending an exclusive taster evening on Tuesday November 22, between 6pm and 8pm.

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