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3 hrs ago | West Sussex County Times
Two Forest School students from Horsham finished as runners-up in a business competition for 16-25-year-olds in the Gatwick Diamond last week.
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7 hrs ago | Midhurst and Petworth
Over 150 residents gathered at a meeting in Wisborough Green village hall to discuss the application to drill in Wisborough Green and Kirdford ***Pic by David McHugh 07768 721637*** ENGSUS00120140402170304 COUNCIL tax bills for homes throughout the Midhurst and Petworth area will be dropping through letterboxes later this month and householders ... (more)
11 hrs ago | Hailsham Today
Uckfield based companies Final Score and Uckfield Framing Company are to join forces to provide a framed Lawrence Dallaglio signed England shirt for a charity auction to help raise funds for a 17-year-old's battle with cancer.
15 hrs ago | Littlehampton Gazette
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20 hrs ago | The Argus
A bus supervisor was sacked from his job after scuffling with a drunk passenger who threatened him with a bottle.
Ambulance chiefs have put in a planning application to create a purpose-built Make Ready Centre and regional Hazardous Area Response Team Unit in Crawley.
A world famous architect has lent his support to campaigners objecting to a scheme which would see a new town the size of Haywards Heath built on countryside around Twineham and Wineham.
A Pulborough pub closed due to severe flooding since Christmas time has been used in a case study for 10 Downing Street.
An innovative no-cost way of encouraging businesses, local authorities and voluntary organisations to share skills, knowledge and physical resources through a 'time and talent bank' is to be launched in Mid-Sussex.
Violet Ruto will face a Nursing and Midwifery Council disciplinary panel on March 24 to face charges relating to incidents alleged to have taken place during her time at nursing homes in Crawley and Horsham.
David Edey, chairman of Eastbrook Liberal Democrats, believes not enough people know about what is going on in the town.
One of Brighton's busiest junctions was plunged into darkness for 12 hours and drivers were forced to navigate with no traffic lights during rush hour.
Independent Financial Solutions MD Ben Armstrong and co owners and directors, David Stamp, and Michael Reidy celebrate their new premises and 25 years in the business.
The number of pledges has more than doubled the newspaper's achievement in opening up 32 apprenticeship opportunities during last year's bid to find 25 in five days.
A membership organisation representing the interests of landowners today said the Government consultation on planning reforms was a "big step in the right direction" but it is "disappointed" certain areas of the countryside such as National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty will miss out.
A Pulborough Parish Councillor has referred to the district council and county council's comment on village flooding as 'woefully inadequate'.
Cheryl Marfe, 42, of Honeysuckle Walk, Horsham, was given a one year conditional discharge and ordered to pay a A 15 victim surcharge and A 150 costs after pleading guilty to allowing premises to be used for smoking cannabis.