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Hassocks bank branch to close

Lloyds Bank in Hassocks is to close this September, a spokesman for the branch has confirmed.

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TRAVEL: Major roadworks set for the week ahead

Road and barrier repairs are expected to cause disruption and lane closures this week.

Transport
Taxable income rises over five years in West Sussex

Taxable income rises over five years in West Sussex

Taxpayers in West Sussex saw a significant rise in earnings over five years, according to newly-released figures from HMRC.

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TRAVEL: Roadworks affecting M25, A3 and M3 this weekend

Road repairs, emergency roadworks and lane closures are to impact major routes this weekend.

Transport
Jake Thompson has created an innovative new bike light which allows cyclists to flag up dangerous potholes and junctions

Student's innovative bike light which flags up potholes

A new bike light which flags up 'danger hotspots' on the roads to local authorities has been designed by a University of Sussex student.

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Balcombe Place

Rediscover Balcombe Place at big launch party

The historic Balcombe Place is being renovated back to its former glory.

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Wakehurst Place. Photo: Jim Holden

Gatwick and Wakehurst gardens link up to help schools

London Gatwick has today announced a new, year-long partnership with Kew’s wild botanic garden Wakehurst, at Ardingly, to support a bursary programme for schools in the South-East.

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Across NHS staff in England, women are paid on average 23 per cent less than men, the figures show

Sussex NHS trust one of few to pay women more than men

The Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust has been revealed as one of the few public sector organisations in England to have a gender pay gap in favour of women.

Health
Entries are open for the Mid Sussex Design Awards

Entries are now open for the Mid Sussex Design Awards

Building projects in the district are to be recognised.

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How to tell if your Facebook data has been shared with Cambridge Analytica

How to tell if your Facebook data has been shared with Cambridge Analytica

Facebook are set to alert 87 million users that their data has been shared with political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.

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Doritos is offering to pay someone �18,000 to eat crisps for a living. Picture: Twitter

Doritos is offering to pay someone £18,000 to eat crisps for a living

If you’re the kind of person who can think of nothing better than sitting on the sofa eating crisps, then Doritos may have just come up with the perfect opportunity for you.

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Councillors and Leaders staff. Picture: Haywards Heath Town Council

Estate agents sponsors project to help bees and butterflies in Haywards Heath

Leaders Limited Estate Agents in Haywards Heath has sponsored a project to help the bees and butterflies around the town.

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Haywards Heath convenience store set for taken over

Haywards Heath convenience store set for taken over

Bargain Booze convenience store in America Lane is facing an uncertain future as the brand looks set to be sold.

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University of Sussex. Photo: Google Street Maps

Multi-million pound economic contribution from University of Sussex

The University of Sussex adds £343 million a year to the economies of Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex, says a new independent report.

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Send us your stories as the NHS prepares to turn 70

NHS70: Send us your inspiring NHS stories

Exactly three months from today, our National Health Service turns 70.

Health

Johnston Press CEO launches new initiatives to close gender pay gap

Johnston Press CEO, Ashley Highfield, has launched a series of initiatives to close the gender pay gap at the regional publisher.

Business

Price hikes listed: All the prices & charges being increased from April

While wages can often be sat at the same level for years on end, sadly the same can’t be said about prices and charges.

Business
Off-licence chain under threat as owner is set to file for administration

Off-licence chain under threat as owner is set to file for administration

More Sussex jobs are under threat as the owner of Bargain Booze stores is likely to go into administration, according to national media reports.

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Luke Ellyatt, Theo Hines, and their teacher Kevin Smith at the Plumber's Apprentice statue

Aspiring young apprentices in Burgess Hill awarded bursaries

Two aspiring young plumbing apprentices from Steve Willis Training Centres in Burgess Hill have been awarded bursaries.

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Carpetright

Concern over jobs as Carpetright looks at closures

Carpetright, which has 15 stores across Sussex, is looking to close under-performing stores and restructure its business, according to national media.

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