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Moving awards ceremony for Community Stars

Winners of this year’s Herald and Gazette Community Stars have been presented with their awards this evening.

Southern strikes are set to go ahead next week

High Court bid to stop Southern train drivers’ strike fails

A High Court bid to stop Southern train drivers from going on strike next week has failed.

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‘It’s a team effort’ - training police dogs in Sussex

There are currently 45 dog handlers with at least one dog working in the police force in Sussex and Surrey.

The children were visited by The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

Amberley pupils get musical

Children at Amberley School had a special visit from The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, who came to conduct workshops and stage a concert.

A car has overturned in Titnore Lane, Worthing. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

PICTURES: Busy road closed as car overturns

A busy Worthing road was closed after a car flipped over, police said.

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Police are continuing enquiries

Witness appeal after car fleeing police abandoned in Worthing

Police are continuing enquiries after a car, stopped during a routine check in Milton Street, sped away and was later found abandoned, a spokesperson said.

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Suit up look sharp

For those wanting to look dapper, Charlotte Pearson talks to a man in the know.

HM Courts Service: Results list for November 14 to 18, 2016

HM Courts Service: Results list for November 14 to 18, 2016

The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing from November 14 to 18, 2016.

A man has been arrested after a police hunt

Woman threatened with knife in Eastergate burglary

A woman who uncovered a man burgling her property this morning had a knife waved at her before the thief made off on a bicycle, police said.

Two men caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to railway stations

Railway vandals who caused £72,000 worth of damage sentenced

Two men who caused £72,000 worth of damage to West Sussex railway stations last Christmas, before bragging about it on Instagram, have been handed suspended sentences, a British Transport Police spokesperson has confirmed.

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VIDEO: West Sussex schools create special message for Tim Peake

West Sussex schools have created a unique video message inviting astronaut Tim Peake to make a return visit to his home county.

Collision on Cotswold Road in Worthing

PICTURES: Emergency services attend overturned car in Worthing

The emergency services were called to a report of a car on its roof in Cotswold Road, Worthing, this morning, a police spokesperson has confirmed.

Peter Bottomley questioned rail minister Paul Maynard about the Southern dispute

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Travels – coming and going

Broken rails have added to the hell of travelling by railway. Instead of failures every month or so, there have been two this week (I write on Tuesday with fingers crossed for the following days).

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Child car seats recalled

Child car seats recalled

Mamas & Papas is recalling a number of child car seats following safety concerns.

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Choirs perform at Rustington twinning celebration

The Rustington and District Twinning Association hosted a special event at the Woodlands Centre in Rustington.

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Katy Bourne's December video log: Enabled Justice, tackling elder exploitation, funding community projects and winning awards along the way

It’s been a busy year for Sussex in terms of putting victims of crime first, raising the profile of Elder Exploitation and delivering the best Restorative Justice service in the country.

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Travel news

TRAVEL: A27 motorbike crash causing delays

A crash on the A27 this morning in Lancing believed to involve a motorbike is causing delays.

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What’s in this week’s Gazette

Pick up a copy of this week’s Littlehampton Gazette for all the latest news, sport and entertainment from across the area.

Sarah Henley, head of primary care development, and Dr Tim Kimber from Coastal West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group

Vision for GP surgeries to form ‘community hospital’

Healthcare bosses have outlined a vision which would see all GP surgeries in Littlehampton working together as a ‘community hospital’.

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The new �31 million scheme will protect almost 2,500 homes and businesses

New flood defence scheme will protect 2,500 homes and businesses

Shoreham-by-Sea’s £31 million tidal walls flood scheme will protect almost 2,500 homes and businesses, Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom announced today on her visit to the site.

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