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Poaching fears after dead geese ‘dumped in ditch’

A dog walker has spoken of her horror after discovering several dead geese along a Horsham footpath.

Crime
Graham Horner, a Hassocks commuter has been raising awareness about the effect of proposed timetable changes on the village's train services (photo submitted).

Loss of trains to Clapham Junction would be ‘devastating’ for Hassocks

Losing direct trains to Clapham Junction during early mornings would be ‘devastating’ and ‘utterly unacceptable’ for Hassocks commuters.

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COMMENT: Solving Southern rail woes must be first priority

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has no hesitation in singing the praises of Nick Brown, Govia Thameslink Railway’s chief operating officer since the end of last year.

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British Airways i360. Picture: Visual Air

Children fly free on the British Airways i360

British Airways i360 has said children can ‘fly free’ on the tourist attraction in Brighton to celebrate the start of the school summer holidays.

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Isabelle Kennedy lost 10 stone to be crowned Slimming World's Young Slimmer of the Year. Photo: SWNS SUS-170721-152020001

COUNTY NEWS: Sussex teen named Slimmer of the Year after shedding almost 10 stone

A Sussex teenager has lost almost 10 stone after shunning weight loss surgery in favour of healthy eating – because she was too scared to go under the knife.

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Money and iPad stolen in village burglary

Money and iPad stolen in village burglary

Thieves stole hundreds of pounds worth of electrical equipment from a village home.

Crime
Success for Bolney Wine Estate

Bolney estate picks up major wine award

A prestigious wine award has been presented to the Bolney Wine Estate.

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Man arrested after gun pulled in incident

Man arrested after gun pulled in incident

A man has been arrested on suspicion of a firearm offence after a weapon was pulled in an incident in Crawley, police said.

Crime
Flash mob at St Wilfrid's School

Students head into summer with a flash mob

What would you do if you were about to take a six-week holiday? You'd dance!
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NHS

NHS places Horsham and Mid Sussex health group in ‘special measures’

A group responsible for planning, buying and monitoring local health services - Horsham and Mid Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group - has been placed in ‘special measures’ by NHS England.

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AAA2B is a very well known Taxi company in Horsham and are looking to recruit new drivers. This is something for the business page. Pic Steve Robards SR1716019 SUS-170407-133836001

Popular taxi firm celebrates 20 year drive for excellence

Private hire and executive travel company AAA2B is celebrating its 20th birthday this year.

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9 lifestyle changes could reduce your chances of getting dementia

9 lifestyle changes could reduce your chances of getting dementia

Nine lifestyle and environmental changes starting in childhood could prevent a third of dementia cases according to an international study.

Offbeat
Let call blockers hang up on pest callers

Help at had to stop unwanted phone calls in West Sussex

Elderly and vulnerable residents fed up with unwanted phone calls are reminded that technology is available to sift out potential con callers.

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Police at scene of two-car collision

Police at scene of two-car collision

Police are at the scene of a two-car collision in Burgess Hill.

Transport
Firefighters and rescuers clear a road after an earthquake on the Greek island of Kos Picture: (Kostoday.gr via AP)/Press Association

National: Two people killed in earthquake off coast of Greece and Turkey

TWO people have died and more than 120 have been injured in an early morning earthquake off the coast of Greek islands and Turkey.

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Video: Exodus Travels announces three-year sponsorship with parkrun UK

Today sees the announcement of parkrun UK securing three years of funding to continue to support Sussex parkrun, bringing local communities together and to celebrate the great outdoors.

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‘Constructive’ talks held to end Southern rail dispute

‘Constructive’ talks between the Government’s Transport Secretary and union bosses to end the Southern rail dispute took place today (Thursday July 20).

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Patients are being seen at St Richard's Hospital instead. Picture: Stephen Goodger

COUNTY NEWS: Appointments cancelled after brand new £7.5m NHS clinic floods

Southlands Hospital’s new brand new eye clinic has flooded, less than a month after it opened.

Health
Primary school children buried a time capsule at the event. Picture: Simon Dack

Pupils connect with countryside

Primary school children buried a time capsule, capturing a snapshot of living in the British countryside at the South of England Showground.

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Georgie Bullen. Picture: Sightsavers

Paralympic athlete helps raise awareness of visual impairments

Paralympic athlete Georgie Bullen paid a visit to Haywards Heath charity Sightsavers to raise awareness of the challenges of living with visual impairments.

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