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Two couples tell the Middy about their ‘terrifying’ experiences in earthquake-hit Nepal – and their desperation to help those affected.

Kittens with 26 toes each - eight more than usual - are in need of a home after being handed in to an adoption centre in Haywards Heath.

A woman who needed seven stitches when she fell and cut her face on a curb feared she would ‘die on the ground’ after the accident.

Runners have been praised for their ‘true British spirit’ after braving the rain for the second leg of the Mid Sussex Marathon.

A Lindfield woman who has suffered chronic fatigue said dealing with the disorder is made harder by those labelling her as ‘lazy’.

In pictures: Farmyard favourites at Ardingly Showground’s spring celebrations

Detectives hunting for a man wanted in connection with a burglary in Burgess Hill are linking him to another burglary in the south east.

Plans for 120 new homes in Sayers Common could be back on track after a judge branded the government’s rejection of the scheme ‘legally flawed’.

Commuters stuck on busy trains with no air conditioning waited at a standstill for nearly six hours after a power failure on the line.

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