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Green Flag status for Mewsbrook Park

Mewsbrook Park has received its Green Flag status for a 13th year.

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Sussex MP calls on China to reconsider ban of Winnie the Pooh

A reversal of a ban on Chinese social media of one of Sussex’s most famous residents, Winnie the Pooh, has been called for by an MP.

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VIDEO: Community raises hundreds to save seriously ill puppy’s life

More than £1,000 has been raised for a poorly puppy which will die without a life-saving operation.

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Four-time Littlehampton mayor jailed for fraud and forgery offences

A four-time Littlehampton mayor has been jailed after convictions for fraud and forgery left his ‘reputation in tatters’.

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Man who found glass in Chewits told ‘we won’t refund 60p sweets’

A young man who found a large shard of glass embedded in his packet of Chewits was told by the confectionary giant it wouldn’t even refund the 60p cost of the sweets.

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GALLERY: Lyminster Summer Fete

Rain did not stop play at Lyminster Summer Fete and the band played on regardless.

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COMMENT: Hidden threat of cybercrime under the radar – but no longer

The humble bobby on the beat is the traditional symbol of security.

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Unidentified floating object in sea off Bognor

Footage filmed from Bognor Regis beach at the weekend has sparked speculation.

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UPDATE: Man rescued from the sea at Aldwick

Selsey RNLI has confirmed a lifeboat was called to rescue a man from the water at Aldwick this morning.

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PICTURES: Jamie’s Wish family fun day

The dedicated team at Jamie’s Wish gave families a fantastic fun day on Saturday.

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EXCLUSIVE: Investigation reveals tens of thousands of Sussex residents victim of cybercrime

Blackmail, viewing indecent images of children and threats to kill are among a raft of cybercrimes being committed in Sussex, a Johnston Press investigation has found.

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Speed limit ‘too high’ on rural roads – experienced drivers say

Speed limit ‘too high’ on rural roads – experienced drivers say

Experienced drivers set their own speed limit – well under the official limit – on dangerous rural roads in the UK, according to a new study.

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Keystone Centre transformation begins

Volunteers have been working to transform The Keystone Centre in Wick.

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COUNTY NEWS: Teen in ‘serious condition’ after stabbing at fast food chain in Sussex

COUNTY NEWS: Teen in ‘serious condition’ after stabbing at fast food chain in Sussex

An 18-year-old, who was stabbed at a KFC restaurant in Sussex last night, is in a ‘serious but stable condition’ after being transferred to a London hospital.

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WEATHER FORECAST: More sunny spells and showers to come

WEATHER FORECAST: More sunny spells and showers to come

The week ahead looks set to continue to bring a mixture of sunny spells and showers.

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WHISPERING SMITH: The long and the short and the tall

THE LONG: One of the few perks of being a columnist on a local paper is that one does get invited to events that may well have been otherwise overlooked.

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Worthing boy, 15, ‘kicked off’ plane while travelling alone

A Worthing mother has branded an airline’s booking policy ‘crazy’ after her 15-year-old son was ‘kicked off’ a flight to France.

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COUNTY NEWS: Criminal investigation after ‘meet and greet’ firm at airport goes bust

A criminal investigation has been launched after a ‘meet and greet’ car park near Gatwick Airport went bust.

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Splashathon success

Small swimmers made a big splash as part of a fundraising campaign for baby charity Tommy’s.

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Weekend to bring ‘customary chaos’ to major roads as summer holidays begin

A total of 3.4 million car journeys are expected across the country today as six-week summer school holidays begin, according to the RAC.

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