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UPDATE: Firefighters return to scene of school fire

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TRAVEL NEWS: Delays following collision near Storrington

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Tiny Tim

Burgess Hill kitten died after ‘blunt force’ injuries to head and abdomen - RSPCA report reveals

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The Weald School on fire yesterday evening

Billingshurst secondary school on fire

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Man banned from keeping animals after tiny kitten died from ‘blunt force’ injuries

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VIDEO: Cause of school fire ‘under investigation’

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UPDATE: School fire began in ceramics room

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Cleaner jailed for sexually assaulting teenage girls

Crime

A273 closed after four-car collision

Transport
Rio Ferdinand back in the day playing for Manchester United. PICTURE:STEVE REID

West Sussex volunteer praises brave footballer Rio Ferdinand

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A273 closed after four-car collision

Transport

Sussex travel for Sunday, March 26

Transport

Travel news for Sussex on Saturday March 25

Transport
Picture by West Sussex Highways

Emergency teams respond to broken manhole cover

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A272 partially blocked following accident

Transport

Cleaner jailed for sexually assaulting teenage girls

Crime
The pair entered the store on March 24. Picture: Sussex Police

Police seek thieves who stole makeup from Superdrug

Crime

Computer boss ‘tried to meet young girls for sex’

Crime
The inspection was carried out by Her Majestys Inspectorate of Constabulary (HIMC) and HM Inspectorate of Prisons. Picture: Sussex Police

Detainees in Sussex ‘treated with respect’ but safety concerns remain

Crime 2

Council ‘in denial’ over completion of Burgess Hill school

Education
Shelagh Legrave and Sarah Wright.

Consultation launched to merge Chichester and Central Sussex colleges

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East Grinstead students watched the show at the Chequer Mead Theatre. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

Students learn how to stay safe on the roads

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Ofsted

School determined to regain 'good' Ofsted rating

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Sir Nicholas Soames MP

MPs appeal for changes to new school funding formula

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Events to mark English Tourism Week

Business
Pets at Home. Picture Jason Lock Photography

Pets at Home to stop selling rabbits over Easter

Business
Arundel Castle did not make the list. Picture: Kate Shemilt

Celebrating our tourist attractions in Sussex

Business
A collection of two to five bedroom homes are being built. Picture: Charles Church Thames Valley

£8million to be injected to support new homes

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Funds to help introduce technology to residents at libraries

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DM16148283a.jpg. Campaign calling on the county council to finish the Upper School at Woodlands Meed School, Burgess Hill. Headteacher Adam Rowland, right and chair of governors John Clifton and pupils. Photo by Derek Martin SUS-161110-140114008

Council ‘in denial’ over completion of Burgess Hill school

Education
The aftermath of Wednesday's attack in Westminster (photo by SWNS.com)

Sussex remembers victims of terrorist attack in Westminster

Politics 2

Sussex MPs caught up in Westminster lockdown after ‘terrorist attack’

Politics 1
Hassocks' MP Nick Herbert has criticised the decision to allow 97 new homes in the village

‘Fury and ‘dismay’ at Hassocks housing appeal decision

Politics

£8million to be injected to support new homes

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Jack Windmill gets a new cap. Pictures: Simon Potter of Jack and Jill Windmills Society

New cap for Jack Windmill

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A mosaic originally in Queens Square found dumped in Tilgate Park SUS-170320-130954001

Shock as historic mosaic is found dumped in park

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A swarm of bees

What to do if you encounter a swarm of bees

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Outrage as bedridden woman, 98, is ruled ineligible for care funding

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Chief executive of Group B Strep Support Jane Plumb MBE. Picture: Group B Strep Support

Charity ‘hugely disappointed’ in B Strep screening setback

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Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust premises at Hellingly. The trust has launched a recruitment drive for more nurses

‘Nursing crisis’ sparks recruitment drive

Health
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How you can help save your local NHS up to £3million a year

Health
World Water Day

World Water Day: ‘Dirty’ bottle packaging urges people to drink and think

Health