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Police: 27 people killed in Sussex road collisions this year

Motorists are being urged to take extra care after 27 people have died in Sussex collisions so far this year.

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Gatwick Airport Feature. Planes SUS-140619-104433001

Serial tobacco smuggler sentenced

An unemployed woman who smuggled cigarettes and tobacco into the UK through Gatwick Airport has been sentenced.

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An oily rock sample taken from the Broadford Bridge site near Billingshurst

Oil found at Broadford Bridge drilling site

Exploratory oil drilling at Broadford Bridge near Adversane has uncovered oil in the Kimmeridge limestone.

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Sussex Police Pride car. Picture courtesy of Sussex Police. SUS-170623-162326001

Sussex Police defends £750 spend on Pride cars

Sussex Police has defended its decision to spend hundreds of pounds on livery for two of its cars for Gay Pride events.

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Burglary at Flip Out trampoline park

Burglary at Flip Out trampoline park

Three men smashed a window before stealing cash from a till at Flip Out in Chichester, according to police logs.

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The Great Get Together cream tea at Wick Hall. Pictures: Scott Ramsey

‘Wonderful’ Wick get together

Traders and residents supported a free community tea party, bringing everyone in Wick Village together.

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Multi-vehicle crash blocks A23

Multi-vehicle crash blocks A23

The A23 has been blocked this afternoon (June 23) following a multi-vehicle collision.

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Students show their planning for Day For Change at The Regis School

Students support Day for Change

The Regis School supported Unicef Day for Change to help change children’s lives.

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Bishop Luffa directors wanted to talk with pupils and staff about the impact of funding cuts, while celebrating recent awards

Directors visit school to discuss funding

Bishop Luffa directors visited the school to show support for better funding as part of the WorthLess? campaign.

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Westdene House welcomed the friendship and support given by the community in Worthing

Friendship abounds on Care Home Open Day

The true meaning of friendship was experienced at Westdene House on Care Home Open Day.

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Dovecote View celebrated both Care Home Open Day and Cupcake Day

Care homes celebrate

Care homes in the area have opened their doors to the public and at one, there was a double celebration.

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A27 workshop 22-06-17. Build a Better A27 pledge

Pledge to build a better A27 as discussions continue

Community leaders and residents signed a pledge last night to work on a collaborative solution for the A27.

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The Rev Mark Eminson from St Thomas � Becket, Pagham, with pupils at Rose Green Infant School

Rose Green pupils help Raise the Roof

Children at Rose Green Infant School have just completed their second very successful fundraising project.

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Plumpton College students SUS-170623-112820001

Awards for high-flying students

Outstanding achievement awards have been gained by students at Plumpton College.

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The Saltdean Lido opening event SUS-170621-164214001

COUNTY NEWS: Making a splash! Crowds turn out for Lido reopening

A Sussex Lido opened to much fanfare last weekend after a £3 million refurbishment and seven years of hard work by volunteers.

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Adur East Lions collecting for Marie Curie SUS-170320-143643001

Exhibition to mark Lions Club’s years of service

An exhibition showcasing the Lions Club’s community service is set to open.

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Trainee teachers from the University of Chichester who organised the project

Air raid shelter will bring history to life

Pupils at Fishbourne Primary School have been given a replica Anderson shelter to help with their history lessons.

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Malcolm Belchamber during his last stint as Littlehampton mayor

Ex-mayor guilty of fraud and forgery offences resigns as councillor

A Littlehampton town councillor of 40 years found guilty this week of fraud and forgery offences has resigned.

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Warning

Thousands of customers advised to change password following Virgin Media router concern

Virgin Media is advising more than 800,000 customers with a specific router to change their password immediately after an investigation found hackers could gain access to it.

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