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Final designs for new town hall and flats revealed

Plans to demolish Crawley Town Hall to make way for a replacement and 182 homes has been submitted.

Politics
Chloe is pictured with gritter driver Mick Honeywood, from Balfour Beatty Living Places

Nuthurst pupil Chloe wins Name the Gritter competition

Six-year-old Chloe Knapp’s suggestion proved a winner in the West Sussex County Council/Balfour Beatty Living Places Name the Gritter competition.

News
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UPDATE: Motorcyclist ‘seriously injured’ in A286 accident

A road near Midhurst was closed due to a serious accident this afternoon (Friday December 15).

Transport

COUNTY NEWS: Homeless man 'does not want to live' without his dog

A homeless man whose dog was taken away from him said he 'did not want to live anymore' if he could not get his friend back.

News
HM Courts Service: Results list for December 7 to 12, 2017

HM Courts Service: Results list for December 7 to 12, 2017

The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing from December 7 to 12, 2017.

Crime
HM Courts Service: Results list for December 7 to 12, 2017

HM Courts Service: Results list for December 7 to 12, 2017

The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing and Sussex (Central) Magistrates’ Court sitting at Brighton from December 7 to 12, 2017.

Crime
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Former business leader in line to be new council chief

Former business leader Glen Chipp is in line to be the new chief executive of Horsham District Council.

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Recycling bins

Data shows Horsham recycles less household waste now than in 2012

Horsham is recycling less household waste now than it did five years ago, new figures reveal.

News
Picture: Eddie Mitchell

TRAVEL: Rail services disrupted after lorry hits railway bridge

Southern Rail services may be delayed or cancelled after a vehicle struck a bridge near Hove, according to Southern.

Transport
David Beresford-Jamieson on his allotment and a flagpole he has erected there. Pic Steve Robards SR1732235 SUS-171213-174428001

Man facing eviction from his allotment ... after erecting a flagpole

A man is facing eviction from his council-owned allotment after erecting a flagpole on his plot.

News
Bishop Bell: independent review published

Bishop Bell: independent review published

An inquiry into the Church’s handling of allegations of sexual abuse by former Bishop of Chichester George Bell has found there was a ‘rush to judgement’.

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Photo: Met Police

Crawley man jailed over bogus repairs scam

Two bogus workmen, including a man from Crawley, who attempted to con elderly victims by falsely claiming urgent repair works were required on their properties have been jailed.

Crime
Product recall

Argos recall chair due to safety fears

Argus has recalled a range of chairs, which could unexpectedly break when sat upon.

News
Rail idea for the South Downs Link

TRAVEL: Broken-down train causes delays

A broken-down train is causing delays on the network.

Transport
New Monks Farm. Supplied by Geoff Patmore

Adur Local Plan approved by councillors after key vote

Campaigners against controversial housing developments sung special carols in an unusual protest before a key vote tonight (Thursday, December 14).

Politics
ACORN members following the successful negotiations

COUNTY NEWS: Students celebrate victory after rent strike threat over halls

University of Sussex students have declared victory in a protest over ‘high rents for dilapidated and unsanitary conditions in university accommodation’.

Education

Video: Partygoers warned of the dangers of being drunk near a railway line

Revellers are being advised to take extra care as newly-released data reveals a sharp increase in the number of alcohol-related incidents across the rail network during the festive period.

Crime
Richard Pollins, managing partner at DMH Stallard

Merger 'beyond expectations'

Having completed the integration of both firms, the recent merger of DMH Stallard and Rawlison Butler is being hailed a great success by the senior management team.

Business
News

West Sussex primary schools are poorest performing in the south east

Primary schools in West Sussex are the lowest performing in the south east when it comes to children's basic education.

Education
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