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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, September 16

The roads across Sussex are not reporting any major congestion this morning (Saturday, September 16).

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Journalism apprentice scheme

New journalism apprentice scheme launched

Have you always dreamed of being a journalist? Reporting the news that can make a real difference in your community?

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The old gas holder site in Burgess Hill. Picture: Steve Robards

Amended plans for new Lidl store

Amended plans have been submitted for the new Lidl store to be built in Burgess Hill.

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Picture by Jeffrey Milstein

Gatwick Airport experiences its busiest summer holidays

Gatwick Airport has achieved its busiest school summer holidays in its history as 8.1 million people made their way through the airport during the seven-week period, according to figures released by the airport.

Transport
Oliver Thomas Dall is set to open a wizarding shop in Brighton

COUNTY NEWS: Wizarding shop to put Potter fans under its spell

Harry Potter super-fan Oliver Thomas Dall is to open a wizarding shop, bringing Diagon Alley to Sussex.

Business
Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Have you always dreamt of being a journalist? Reporting the news that can make a real difference in your community?

Business
The former White Horse pub in Lindfield High Street. Picture: Google Streetview

New village curry house is granted extension

Retrospective planning permission has been granted to extend a new curry house in Lindfield, despite concerns from residents.

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A feasting menu at Goodwood

Why great food is essential for an effective business meeting

If you Google what makes a great and effective business meeting you will come across helpful tips such as ‘create an agenda’, ‘identify key participants’, and ‘maintain the focus’.

Business
From left: Mark Fanning, Justin Thomas, councillor Garry  Wall,  councillor Jonathan Ash-Edwards and councillor Pru Moore. Picture: Liz Pearce

Demolition of ‘eyesore’ gas holder begins to make way for Lidl

The demolition of an ‘eyesore’ gas holder has begun to make way for a new Lidl store in Burgess Hill.

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Millions of Brits trust gut instinct over anything else

Millions of Brits trust gut instinct over anything else

It’s official - trusting your gut instinct is the way forward for major life events.

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Bank of Mum and Dad lends kids £2.3bn to pay the rent

Bank of Mum and Dad lends kids £2.3bn to pay the rent

The Bank of Mum and Dad will fund £2.3 billion of rent for their offspring, contributing on average £415 to every payment.

Offbeat
There has been fierce debate on how to improve the A27 at Arundel. Picture: Derek Martin

COUNTY NEWS: A27 bypass route options finally unveiled

Potential routes for an A27 bypass have been revealed by Highways England this morning.

Transport
Security news

Ex-convicts warn of lack of home security in Sussex

Ex-convicts have warned of a lack of home security in Sussex and the rest of the south east after research found almost a third of people in the region take no security precautions.

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jah jyot

Sussex street food vendor in national final

Jah Jyot Punjabi Street Food from Southwater has fought its way through the regional heats and from over 3,000 entrants has secured a place in the last 17 of the British Street Food Awards to be held in Manchester on September 16 and 17.

Whats on
Jamie Oliver at The Diner

Jamie Oliver unveils new restaurant at Gatwick

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has visited Gatwick Airport to unveil his new flagship restaurant, The Diner, a homage to great American comfort food.

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Network Rail is calling for drivers to not risk their lives for the sake of a few minutes at Yapton crossing. Picture: Network Rail

COUNTY NEWS: School minibus among 150 vehicles caught risking lives on level crossing

A school minibus was among more than 150 vehicles caught ignoring warning lights at a busy level crossing in two months.

Crime
Burgess Appliances. Picture: Steve Robards

Popular town store to close its doors after 40 years

A popular appliance store in Burgess Hill is to close its doors after serving the community for the past 40 years, the Middy has been told.

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Date: 16th December 2015. Picture James Hardisty.
Ashley Highfield, chief executive of Johnston Press, visiting Yorkshire Post Newspapers, Leeds. YPN-151216-122835060

Johnston Press hails ‘milestone’ first half as revenues rise

Newspaper publisher Johnston Press today hailed a strong half-year performance including a double-digit hike in digital advertising revenues and audience numbers.

Business
New contract awarded to help West Sussex people get back on their feet after illness

New contract awarded to help West Sussex people get back on their feet after illness

A £15m contract has been awarded for a service that helps West Sussex people get back their independence as soon as possible after an illness or accident or injury

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