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Crawley Town keeper Morris: ‘Our defence is solid and our squad is strong’

Crawley Town goalkeeper Glenn Morris has insisted that the Reds are ‘solid’ in defence and the current problem lies with a lack of goals.

Football
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Clear your diary - the world might end tomorrow!

Clear your diaries folks - we have a big day tomorrow (Saturday, September 23), when all life as we know it may end.

Offbeat
Horsham Repair Cafe

County News: West Sussex’s first Repair Cafe to be launched

The first Repair Cafe in West Sussex will be opening next month.

News
Ian Chapman with new signing Gary Elphick

Elphick signing is a 'coup' for Burgess Hill Town

Hillains boss Ian Chapman believes new signing Gary Elphick's experience and leadership will be an invaluable asset and a coup for his side
Football
Armed police outside Crawley College.

UPDATE: ‘Armed police’ spotted near college

Reports have been received of armed police near a Crawley college this morning.

Crime

New 500 home development allocated for Hassocks

A site north of Hassocks has been allocated for 500 new homes and a primary school.

Politics
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Forged Line Dance Company at Havant

Forged Line Dance Company are performing a new contemporary dance duet 'Lina' at The Spring in Havant on September 23.

Arts
A Southern Rail train

Southern close to deal with train drivers

Southern is close to agreeing a final deal with its train drivers in a dispute over pay and working arrangements.

Politics
Craig David

Why Googling singer Craig David could get you into trouble

Craig David is the most dangerous celebrity to search for online in the UK, according to cybersecurity giant McAfee.

Offbeat
Louise

Vicky meets… Louise Simons, Zumba instructor and dance teacher

A dance craze that remains popular, Zumba was actually the result of a happy accident.

Arts
Nik Kershaw

Nik Kershaw, cornflakes and fame!

Nik Kershaw regrets nothing of his chart days. He wouldn’t change a thing about the days when the hits seemed never-ending.

Music
The quartet

Chichester Chamber Concerts gets under way

The first concert of the new Chichester Chamber Concerts season will be performed by the Akilone Quartet on Thursday, October 5 in the Assembly Room in the Chichester Council House, North Street.

Music
Griff Rhys Jones

Bognor and Brighton dates for Griff Rhys Jones

Following the successful tour of Jones and Smith last year – his one-man, stand-up and story show about his partner, his untimely death, their relationship and the onset of ageing - Griff Rhys Jones is going back on the road next spring to explore the subject of travel.

Theatre and Comedy
Worthing boss Gary Elphick. Picture by Stephen Goodger

Former Worthing boss Elphick joins Burgess Hill

Former Worthing Football Club boss Gary Elphick has joined Burgess Hill as a player.

Football
Police officers from Surrey and Sussex are carrying out valuable work to support local colleagues and residents in the hurricane-hit British Virgin Islands (BVI). Picture: Sussex Police

Police continue to support people after Hurricane Irma

Police officers from Surrey and Sussex are carrying out valuable work to support local colleagues and residents in the hurricane-hit British Virgin Islands (BVI).

Crime
Chris Hughton. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hughton: How we respond to defeats will be key

Chris Hughton says how Albion respond to defeats this season is going to be key.

Football
Abi Sakande signs his contract extension

Promising trio celebrate new Sussex cricket deals

Delray Rawlins, Abi Sakande and Stuart Whittingham have been rewarded with contract extensions that will keep them at Sussex until at least the end of the 2019 season.

News
Free support is available to fix Freeview interference in Burgess Hill

VIDEO: Free support to fix Freeview interference in town

New fourth generation mobile services, known as 4G, have been switched on in Burgess Hill.

News
Cycle pilot Duncan with Vi and Denise

COUNTY NEWS: Tackling isolation with thrilling trishaw rides

A new ‘trishaw’ scheme has given older and isolated people a chance to get out and about in a way that wasn’t possible for them before.
News
Solly March celebrates scoring against Bournemouth last Friday. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Steve Bailey: Albion need to learn from harsh lessons

Albion are quickly finding out how harsh life in the Premier League can be.
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