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Chichester court buildings put up for sale

Both the combined court and magistrates’ court buildings in Chichester have been put up for sale on the Government’s website.

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Anthology set to support Help for Heroes

A Bognor Regis hairdressers has teamed up with The Bognor Regis Write Club to help raise funds for Help for Heroes.

Crawley Slimming World consultant Michelle Clark - picture submitted

Newfound confidence spurs mum into leading slimming group

A Crawley mum is hoping to inspire others in their battle to lose weight as she takes on leading a slimming group.

Prince Philip enjoyed the striking views of the south coast. Photo by Steve Payne

COUNTY NEWS: Royal visit to Sussex

His Royal Highness Prince Philip was treated to beautiful views of Sussex today.

Alfie Owen, Ben Del-Smith, Ben Gascoigne-Pees and Edward Zalman

Awards for Scouts mark memory of inspirational helper

The work of a Scout helper has been commemorated at an annual award ceremony.


Union asks cash-strapped schools ‘tell us what’s happening’

Teachers are being called on to describe how the ongoing education funding crisis is affecting their schools.

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Skyscanner - a Scottish success story

Scotland’s heritage of innovation is breeding a new generation of tech talent

For centuries Scotland has been the home of innovation. Names like Logie Baird, Watt and Carnegie are synonymous with Scottish entrepreneurship and success. Between them they have given us the television, the steam engine and America’s steel industry (and a network of public libraries thanks to Andrew Carnegie’s altruistic leanings).

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Arson blamed for 1,000 hay bales fire in Arundel

Firefighters have been in Arundel overnight battling a blaze of around 1,000 hay bales at a farm.


House owner injured in violent robbery

Detectives are investigating a violent robbery at an isolated house in West Sussex.

The fake messages appear to come from Sainsburys and Topshop

Fake WhatsApp messages from Sainsbury’s and Topshop

A warning has been issued by ActionFraud over fake Sainsbury’s and Topshop voucher deals which are reaching WhatsApp users.

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Troy gets down and dirty to help hospice

A Horsham worker has raised more than £600 for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice by completing a Tough Mudder run.

The unassuming brown pebble found more than a decade ago by a fossil hunter Jamie Hiscocks near Bexhill. Picture: Oxford and Cambridge university /

Fascinating pictures of the dinosaur brain discovered in Sussex

A fossil discovered on a Sussex beach more than a decade ago has been confirmed as a ‘pickled’ dinosaur brain.

Pilot Officer Simon Bacon from the 45F Worthing Squadron Air Training Corps

Air Cadets leaders graduate

Adult volunteers have been recognised for their achievements with Sussex Wing RAF Air Cadets.

Jill Eveleigh, Regional Parish Nursing Rep; Dr Helen Wordsworth, Director of Parish Nursing UK, Ven Fiona Windsor, Archdeacon of Horsham, Rev Cpt Howard Schnaar, Vicar of Broadfield and his wife and licenced reader Deirdre Schnaar, Crawley mayor councillor Raj Sharma, Juliette Williams, Parish Nurse for Broadfield, Bishop of Chichester the Rt Rev Dr Martin Warner and Rev Liz Logan, Diocesan Parish Nursing link - photo submitted by the Diocese of Chichester

Church puts nursing at heart of the community

There was much to celebrate a church Christ the Lord Church in Broadfield when Juliette Williams, was inaugurated as the parish nurse there.

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Chichester College student’s work is ‘Highly Commended’

Five students from Chichester College took pieces to the Young Furniture Makers’ Exhibition, organised by The Furniture Makers’ Company, earlier this month.

Martha Pusey from Aldingbourne Trust with her Best Practice Award

Motivational chairman honoured with award

Congratulations go to Martha Pusey, innovations and development manager for Aldingbourne Trust, who has won an award for her work.

Presenting the Queen's Award to Arundel Museum

Arundel Museum is recognised with Queen’s Award

The Queen’s award for Voluntary Service has been awarded to the Arundel Museum.

How dogs are really affected by fireworks – and what you can do to help

How dogs are really affected by fireworks – and what you can do to help

Whether it’s Bonfire Night, Thanksgiving, or just an everyday celebration, every winter, as soon as the clocks go back, the fireworks begin. And while some aren’t affected in the slightest, around 45 per cent of dogs have a firework phobia, something that is becoming an increasingly serious welfare concern. However, with the right training you can help your dog to become more confident during firework season.

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Visitors take part in a class

800 visitors attend Fitness Fiesta hosted by South Downs Leisure

Almost 800 visitors attended a Fitness Fiesta, hosted by South Downs Leisure.

Singer-songwriter David Essex Photo: Bill Foote

Why you won’t see superstar David Essex on Strictly - but you might spot him in Horsham

He had his first No 1 hit 46 years ago and since then seventies heart-throb David Essex has rarely been out of the limelight.

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