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More strikes called as Southern Rail dispute drags on

Rail union RMT has announced more strikes by its members as their long-running dispute with Southern Rail continues.

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Kandeepan Kandhasamy and  Sureshkumar Vaiyapuri

Newsagent of the Week: K&A Enterprise in Haywards Heath

Our Newsagent of the Week is K&A Enterprise in South Road, Haywards Heath.

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West Sussex Dark Star brewery joins forces with Fuller’s

West Sussex Dark Star brewery joins forces with Fuller’s

Partridge Green based brewery Dark Star has today (February 20) joined forces with independent traditional family brewer Fuller’s.

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The magnetic putty which was available on Amazon

Warnings over toy after young girl ends up in hospital with arsenic poisoning

A mother has issued a warning on social media about the dangers of a new kid’s toy after her daughter was rushed to hospital with alleged arsenic poisoning.

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The Watermill Inn. Picture: Google Streetview

Burgess Hill pub closes for refurbishment

The Watermill Inn in Burgess Hill has closed for a refurbishment.

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MP Sir Nicholas Soames officially opening the refurbished restaurant

MP ‘delighted’ to open refurbished McDonald’s in Burgess Hill

MP Sir Nicholas Soames was ‘delighted’ to open the refurbished McDonald’s in Burgess Hill today.

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Karan Thasan

Newsagent of the week: Orion News in Hassocks

Our newsagent of the week goes to Orion News in Hassocks.

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Apprentices at the centre in Burgess Hill. Picture: Derek Martin

Steve Willis digs into history at Burgess Hill centre

Steve Willis Training Centres in Burgess Hill has added some history to its centre to help people find their way around the site.

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Town mayor councillor James Knight pulling the first pint next to staff

Haywards Heath pub relaunches after ‘amazing refurbishment’

The Fox and Hounds pub in Haywards Heath relaunched to the public on Saturday after undergoing an ‘amazing refurbishment’.

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A watercolour image of the new homes proposed for the site. Picture supplied by CALA Homes

‘High quality new homes’ coming to Burgess Hill

Housebuilder CALA Homes has been given planning consent to bring a development of high quality new homes to Burgess Hill.

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Haywards Heath Town Council has announced its budget

Haywards Heath Town Council announces budget

Haywards Heath Town Council has announced its budget for the forthcoming year.

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Councillor Jonathan Ash-Edwards, MP Sir Nicholas Soames and leader of MSDC Garry Wall

£6.5m to support new homes in Burgess Hill ‘tremendous news’

A £6.5million housing investment which has been secured from the Government will ‘support the future growth of Burgess Hill’.

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The Style Lounge in Haywards Heath

Busy Haywards Heath salon owner ‘really sad’ to close

A busy Haywards Heath salon owner said she is ‘really sad’ after having to make the decision to close.

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Residents hearing about the plans at the open forum

Burgess Hill residents vote in favour for £9million arts venue

“This could be a real transformation for Burgess Hill, it is a catalyst for transforming our town – it is not just a venue.”

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MP Sir Nicholas Soames

MP Soames welcomes £6.5m investment for homes in Burgess Hill

MP Sir Nicholas Soames has welcomed the announcement today of a £6.5million investment which will support a major housing project in Burgess Hill.

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Members of the Worthing Speakabout group, including campaign organiser Sarah Holden (second from left) and David Biggs (second from right)

Disabled customers unite for a better railway experience

For most people, catching a train is as simple as buying a ticket and getting on board.

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Unemployment rises in Mid Sussex but future looks bright

Unemployment rises in Mid Sussex but future looks bright

The number of people looking for work in Mid Sussex has increased by more than 14 per cent since September last year.

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The Martlets Shopping Centre. Picture: Steve Robards

Burgess Hill market closes due to drop in visitors

It was the last day of trading for the outdoor market stall holders at the Martlets Shopping Centre in Burgess Hill on Saturday, after many years of operation.

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This is what the law says you can do when someone parks in front of your home

This is what the law says you can do when someone parks in front of your home

Cars pinching your perfect parking space is always annoying, especially when that spot just happens to be in front of your house.

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Delays are expected

Guidance for drivers after roadkill report reveals 4,000 animals died in two years

Deers top the roadkill list, with one wallaby on the M1 and a peacock on the A174 also getting a mention following a Freedom of Information request which revealed almost 4,000 animals have died on the roads of Great Britain in the last two years.

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