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Train travellers’ anger over faulty ticket machines

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Postal delivery office switches sites

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New call for inquiry into care home deaths

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More strong gusting winds set to hit Sussex

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COUNTY NEWS: Charity's appeal to support premature babies in Sussex

Health

Society announces new president

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COUNTY NEWS: Sussex actress nominated for Oscar

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COUNTY NEWS: Sussex woman to feature on TV dating show

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Wealden Brickworks.

GV of Wealden Brickworks were there are plans for a controversal waste incinerator site.

Langhurst Road, North Horsham, Sussex.

Picture : Liz Pearce 12/10/2016
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New Horsham incinerator plans revealed

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Ian Chapman

Midweek football: Hillians beat Harlow to win first game in 11

Football
Ian Chapman

Chapman urges side to remain positive through frustrating times

Football

All Blacks into top four despite defeat to Seaford

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Worthing-born Jess Grimson (right) and partner Victoria Palmer (left) will make history when they compete at the Commonwealth Games later this year. Picture by Sophie Mortimer

Sussex beach volleyball star targeting Commonwealth Games medal

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March: Strong starts key for Albion

Football

Crawley Town Community Foundation - Five years of serving the town

Football

RUMOUR MILL: Manchester City could pay Athletic Bilbao Aymeric Laporte’s £60m release clause | Frank Lampard in talks to become new Oxford United manager | Spurs target Lucas Moura ‘unhappy’ at PSG | Alex McLeish wants vacant Scotland job | Borussia Dortmund demand Olivier Giroud in part exchange for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang | Chelsea agree £50m double deal for Roma’s Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri | Newcastle United close to sealing loan signing of Chelsea’s Kenedy and are working on deal for Atletico Madrid striker Kevin Gameiro | Real Madrid set to move for Mohamed Salah

Football

Crawley Town head up to Notts County

Football
Clark Tracey

Jazz drummer marks four decades in the business

Music
The Jungle Book

New-generation Jungle Book heads to Chichester

Music
The 13th hole of the stunning Stadium Course at PGA Catalunya

Fairway to heaven

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Children from London Meed School, Burgess Hill, said goodbye to teacher Moyra Armstrong, who retired in 1988 after 40 years in the profession

Taxi pulling, fundraising and a world of sport in 1988

Lifestyle
Gressingham duck with soy roots and fruits and plum and ginger sauce

TONY STAPLES: A luxurious meal to help you beat the January blues

Opinion