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‘Apology’ to terminally ill woman in parking row

A terminally ill woman who was left distraught after a wrangle over town centre car parking has now received an apology.

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Jail for female Bognor and Chichester shoplifter

A Bognor Regis woman who police described as a ‘repeat shoplifter’ has been jailed.

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Pioneering project to return farmland to nature

A pioneering project to re-wild farmland at an estate on the edge of Horsham is being immortalised in a new book.

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Police raid a house in Brighton (Photograph: Sussex Police)

COUNTY NEWS: Raids as police crackdown on drugs in Sussex

Police have made several arrests after drug raids in Sussex this week.

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Firefighters attending an incident in 2015. Photo by Eddie Mitchell

Fears fire engine crewing could be cut to ‘unsafe’ levels

Fears crewing of fire engines in West Sussex could be cut to ‘unsafe’ levels have been expressed by opposition county councillors.

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Miriam Webb presents the cheque to David Baldwin at Field Place

Donation towards toilets for Field Place railway

Worthing and District Society of Model Engineers has been presented with a donation for £1,000 towards new toilets.

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Live@Langhams to return in support of Autism Sussex

Live@Langhams is set to return to return to Lodsworth’s Langham Brewery this week.

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Health services face merger in NHS switch

Health services face merger in NHS switch

A shake-up of health services is likely to see a new pathology unit - serving much of Surrey, Mid Sussex, Horsham and Crawley - opening in Haywards Heath.

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Top tips during ‘spring surge’ at rubbish tips

A ‘spring surge’ at West Sussex’s rubbish tips has prompted the county council to issue five top tips about using the sites.

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Two thrill-seekers somersaulting from the top of a helter skelter at the end of a pier (Credit: Sam Shaw/SWNS.com)

COUNTY NEWS: ‘Tombstoning’ warning after thrill-seekers jump from pier

A pair of thrill-seekers were captured on camera somersaulting 80ft into the sea from the top of a helter skelter at the end of a Sussex pier.

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Slideshow: Camera club’s winning photos

Storrington Camera Club welcomed Carole Speight, ARPS, APAGB a member of Chichester Camera Club and local resident in Billingshurst with an interest in landscape photography to judge their latest ‘Open Subject’ competition.

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Topless man arrested on suspicion of exposing himself in Chichester

A ‘topless’ man who allegedly exposed himself in the middle of Chichester in broad daylight before running from police was eventually arrested.

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Jonny Lea, 44, was almost a victim of the crime. Picture: Steve Robards

COUNTY NEWS: ‘Act now in improving your security’ warns kitchen fitter

A Sussex kitchen fitter who almost had his tools stolen from his van is warning other tradesmen to ‘act now in improving their security’.

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Pothole concern for businesses

Pothole concerns for rural businesses

A major insurer has joined the pothole debate by urging motorists to take extra care as prolonged harsh weather and limited highway maintenance programmes are taking their toll on countryside routes.

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Hunt master’s conviction quashed after appeal

A Crawley and Horsham hunt master who was found guilty of aggressively confronting a hunt protester has had his conviction overturned.

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Boxgrove school celebrates Commonwealth countries

A ‘Commonwealth Celebration Day’ was held at Boxgrove C.E.P School on Friday.

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Arundel Castle to be under siege this May bank holiday

Arundel Castle to be under siege this May bank holiday

It’s going to be a May Bank Holiday to remember at Arundel Castle, as a French raiding party will seize the Castle in an action-packed three-day event (May 26-28).

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Video: Horsham Piries Place - new leisure area well underway

After being flattened, the Piries Place area in the heart of Horsham is now being turned into a new retail and leisure hub.

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Don Grasty appearing at Worthing Magistrates' Court in February. Pictures: Eddie Mitchell

COUNTY NEWS: Children’s home manager dies before trial for 101 sex offence allegations

A 94-year-old man has died before he could stand trial for 14 historic sex offence charges.

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Third woman quizzed by police probing care home deaths

Third woman quizzed by police probing care home deaths

Another woman has been questioned by police investigating the deaths of 12 people at nine care homes in and around Horsham all run by the same company.

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