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Historic plaque is vandalised on Midhurst’s North Mill Bridge

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Future of Petworth supermarket is still uncertain

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Can you help police? Picture: Eddie Mitchell

Teenager who ‘tragically’ died in A264 collision is named

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David Thistleton-Smith, who won numerous prizes in the vegetables and fruit section, with his table-quality marrows. Photo by Derek Martin DM17840793a

PICTURES: Harting annual summer show

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PICTURES: Lurgashall annual show

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TRAVEL NEWS: Train delays after lorry collides with bridge

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COUNTY NEWS: Judo club team metres from terror attack in Spain

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COUNTY NEWS: ‘We still want answers’ say relatives of 12 people who died at eight Sussex care homes at centre of police probe

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COUNTY NEWS: Teenager praises hospital after six-hour allergic reaction ordeal

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Nick Leonard found the animal while walking with his one-year-old daughter

COUNTY NEWS: Father finds terrapin covered in EDL graffiti

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TRAVEL NEWS: Train delays after lorry collides with bridge

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A teenager has died in a crash on the A264 and two others are injured. Pictures Eddie Mitchell

COUNTY NEWS: Teenager killed in car crash

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Network Rail is calling for drivers to not risk their lives for the sake of a few minutes at Yapton crossing. Picture: Network Rail

COUNTY NEWS: School bus among 150 vehicles caught risking lives on level crossing

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CDC leader Tony Dignum

‘Utter dismay’ expressed by district councillors to own leader’s A27 proposal

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UPDATE: Three young children in car that flipped on A27

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Historic plaque is vandalised on Midhurst’s North Mill Bridge

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Police said Louis Makai could be in Sussex

COUNTY NEWS: Reward for wanted man in £12m heroin conspiracy case

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Thieves wash stolen car during Sussex crime spree

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COUNTY NEWS: Man arrested after seven-hour police siege

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Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

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Seaford's top performer Mairi Donaldson and her family congratulated by Headmaster John Green and Psychology teacher Alison Yates

Record numbers of Seaford College A level students heading to their first choice universities

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Pupils celebrate school's 'best ever' results PICTURES BY JANET GIBBS

Midhurst Rother College celebrates ‘best ever’ A level results

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DM17840542.jpg Chichester College A-level results 2017. L to R Chloe Boniface, Georgia Biggs, Carys Gwilym and Fi Marshall all aged 18. Photo by Derek Martin SUS-170817-122246008

A-level results: Chichester College celebrates superb results again

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A-Levels results day

Share your A-level success stories!

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Future of Petworth supermarket is still uncertain

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Ex-convicts warn of lack of home security in Sussex

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Jamie Oliver at The Diner

Jamie Oliver unveils new restaurant at Gatwick

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Network Rail is calling for drivers to not risk their lives for the sake of a few minutes at Yapton crossing. Picture: Network Rail

COUNTY NEWS: School bus among 150 vehicles caught risking lives on level crossing

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Would Labour have seven Sussex MPs under new voting system?

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Southern train

Fresh two Southern rail strikes called

Politics
CDC leader Tony Dignum

‘Utter dismay’ expressed by district councillors to own leader’s A27 proposal

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Southern train

Fresh hike in train fares will be a ‘kick in the teeth for passengers’

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Jeremy Corbyn: Message of hope resonated strongly with Sussex voters

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Householders in West Sussex reminded - dispose of old batteries carefully

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Flooding in West Sussex

Funds for flood prevention projects

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Tesco

Tesco to ditch 5p bags in favour of new ‘Bag for Life’

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COUNTY NEWS: Teenager praises hospital after six-hour allergic reaction ordeal

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Volunteers under the gazebo at Bognor Birdman

Rotary supports mental health charity

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Ambient House staff, from left, Vanessa Richards, Lindsey Newton, Xanthe Dodd, Charley Rawlins, Rebecca Arman, manager Georgina Puttock, Jessica Proctor-Heather, Susan Hayward and Patricia Goldsmith

Open day at county’s first residential family centre

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Children who skip breakfast ‘may be doing themselves harm’

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From broken bones to new beginnings

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