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A nurse who suffered a ‘broken heart’ when hospital blunders caused her pregnant sister’s death has been denied compensation.

The number of visitors to Wakehurst Place has dropped drastically since the gardens introduced car parking charges last year.

An upmarket outlet store where a four-year-old boy from Turners Hill was crushed by a mirror has been criticised for failing to prevent the tragedy.

A mother has remembered her son who died while on holiday as a ‘family-orientated’ teenager who always put others before himself.

A ‘voyeuristic’ Catholic priest has been jailed for three years for sexually abusing a vulnerable teenage boy at a children’s home.

‘Putrid’ sewage flowing out of a drain in Haywards Heath has caused cars to splash filthy water on pupils.

A man from Sayers Common who was in a coma for ten days whilst his brother planned his funeral has made a miraculous recovery.

Body cameras will be worn by parking officers in Mid Sussex to stop them being ‘abused and attacked’.

A quick-thinking mum from Hassocks is urging others to learn first aid after her daughter choked on a sweet.

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