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A haystack was engulfed in flames after arsonists attacked a Burgess Hill farm

An avid EastEnders fan who sent the actress who played Pat Butcher the iconic earrings she wore on the show is finally meeting the actress.

A former Hurstpierpoint woman has been jailed for two years and eight months after she ‘lied’ to avoid paying inheritance tax, HM Revenue and Customs said this week.

A developer is under fire from councillors and residents after clearing hedgerow believed to be ancient woodland in Burgess Hill.

Outraged protesters claim a plan to increase accessibility to Wivelsfield Railway Station is dangerous.

A dinosaur-themed adventure playground has been unveiled in a village celebrated for its Jurassic discoveries.

An aspiring author has finally put pen to paper – writing a story about her adventures with ‘outstanding’ dog Nipper, who alerted farmers to a fire in Ansty.

A Roman Catholic priest from Pease Pottage faces jail after he was found guilty of sexually abusing a teenage boy at a children’s home.

Tributes have been paid to a ‘brilliant, humorous and generous’ composer and music teacher who taught at Warden Park.

Sussex Police announced 1,000 jobs will be axed in the next five years, as part of its new policing model.

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