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1 hr ago | West Sussex Today
Lee Brown, 48, of St Anselms Road, Worthing, took the A 79.99 mop from The Range, in Ham Road, Worthing, on June 28. Mr Thompson said: "The defendant was with a female looking at the mop.
5 hrs ago | Crawley Observer
The brother of an alleged Crawley suicide bomber has spoken of his sister-in-law's grief following her husband's disappearance in Syria.
7 hrs ago | West Sussex County Times
The Six Bells pub, in the High Street, is hosting its annual charity day from 12pm until midnight on Saturday July 26 in support of Macmillan Cancer Support and have a whole host of entertainments, music, and food lined up including live bands, a mixture of cuisines, and a very special auction.
8 hrs ago | West Sussex Today
Adur District Council said the travellers had not left as directed, and therefore the parish council would be attending a court hearing on Tuesday to request a court order.
8 hrs ago | The Argus
Campaigners have stepped up their bid to save a theatre as a live performance venue by launching an urgent funding appeal.
8 hrs ago | Shoreham Herald
SCHOOL places hit crisis point in Shoreham as parents battled to get their children into their chosen site from September.
12 hrs ago | Chichester Today
A 51-year-old man from Chichester has been arrested for 15 offences including fraud, production of cannabis, abstracting electricity, handling stolen goods, theft of keys, drink driving and other driving offences.
Developers will be 'circling like hyenas' over the Horsham district until the council has a housing plan in place according to one leading campaigner.
A three-year-old boy took his family's car for a ride - and drove down two embankments in West Sussex before ending up in a pub garden with just a bumped head.
CAMPAIGNERS held a protest in Worthing last Thursday, as they continue their bid to save the Harness Block at Southlands Hospital.
Teachers, parents and educators from across the Horsham district attended a screening of a wildlife documentary on Tuesday July 15. The 90-seat cinema in The Capitol, Horsham was sold out for the showing of Project Wild Thing, with proceeds going to the Wild Network.
A SEAPLANE landing on the River Arun is just one of the many spectacles planned for this year's Littlehampton Waterfront Festival on Sunday .
A man and woman have been arrested on suspicion of illegal money lending after an operation in Burgess Hill on Monday.
The recent heatwave is believed to be linked to the rise in demand, as many patients admitted they are suffering conditions often related to high temperatures.
BUSINESSES fed up by continued congestion along the A27 are being urged to join the fight calling for much-needed improvements.
A large quantity of dung caught fire in a farmer's field near Cissbury Ring, off Nepcote Road in Findon, at 6.50am yesterday.
Seven men and two women were arrested and questioned by HM Revenue and Customs investigators as part of the probe into red diesel.
The A29 London Road in Pulborough is affected northbound between the A283 Station Road junction and the Church Place junction.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 03:32 pm
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