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It's all go with video

I remember growing up and thinking, “Wow. Wouldn’t it be great if you could make a phone call and see the person on the other side. It’d be just like science fiction.” This was during the time where on the big screen cars could travel in time and everything looked futuristic.

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Recruitment Open Day 14th September

We are excited to be holding our annual Recruitment Open Day on Wednesday 14 September 2016.

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Agony aunt column: Ask Lucy

This is the latest column from Lucy Saunders, who provides a regular agony aunt feature - Ask Lucy.

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Pears poached in red wine served with Champagne sorbet

Quality wine makes a difference in cooking

"I always cook with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food".

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Katy Bourne

Katy Bourne's video log: Sussex PCC calls time on hate crime

This summer I joined forces with the organisers of Pride and one of the oldest independent breweries in Sussex, Harveys, to help make Sussex #NoPlaceForHate.

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Future woes of living in a material world

Everybody knows that Eskimos have 50 different words for snow but in our house we have nearly as many for describing not having loads of money.

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Technology is there to help

Have you ever wondered why we use technology? From all things great to all things that are very small, technology at its heart makes life easier, improves the way we do things, or gives us entirely new abilities.

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Agony aunt column: Ask Lucy

This is the latest column from Lucy Saunders, who provides a regular agony aunt feature - Ask Lucy.

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Chris Adam Smith

WHISPERING SMITH: Let the train take the strain? I think not!

My father spent his whole life working for Southern Rail – first as a porter, then a shunter, and finally as a guard.

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Guide Dogs is looking for social fundraisers

VOLUNTEER COLUMN: A variety of roles to suit everyone

There are hundreds of volunteering opportunities available across the area, and you can get involved whether you have one hour a week to spare or five days.

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GP practices are working together to provide everyone with the right sort of care

HEALTH AND CARE: Working with patients to solve problems

Practices across Worthing are speaking out to patients about the pressures in primary care and how they can help to solve them together.

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Hugh Lowson

ST BARNABAS: Hold a Big Get Together and support vital hospice services

This October we are inviting our supporters to join together with friends and family to take part in The Big Get Together, have fun, and raise funds to support vital hospice services at the same time.

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Fish ready for the barbecue

Wines with plenty of flavour needed for the barbecue

Summertime. That time of year to hunt around in the garage or garden shed, in order to retrieve the rusty old hunk of metal that masquerades as a barbecue

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Gordon Greenidge with Ian Hart at Worthing Cricket Club

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Beach sports, local games and Olympic Games

Last week I joined many local people of all ages for the Lashings All Stars charity match at Worthing Cricket Club’s Manor Ground.

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Appropriate language is not misjudged

Ask anyone who has ever owned a Rover or enjoys A Question of Sport how they think Britain could be improved, the response ‘being tougher on crime’ would be a popular one.

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The sherry, cheese and chocolate tasting event is very popular

Arundel Festival wine events go from strength to strength

It has recently been reported in the press that consumers in the UK are getting more and more knowledgeable about wine and are also keen to learn more.

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Is that a tricorder in your pocket?

“What is it Mr Spock?”

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Chris Adam Smith

WHISPERING SMITH: Goodbye buzzard, and watch out red kite…

Natural England is the government’s adviser for the natural environment, an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Environment. They have recently, supposedly on our behalf, issued a licence to kill ten buzzards.

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The Look and Sea Centre is looking for volunteer events assistants

VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Find out how you can make a difference

Would you like to come along to a free workshop to find out what being a volunteer means?

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Pharmacies can offer advice over the bank holiday weekend

HEALTH AND CARE: Order and collect repeat prescriptions

Doctors across Sussex are calling for people to check their medication and make sure they have enough of their repeat prescriptions to last over the August bank holiday weekend.

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